What has the Bush Administration done that has been good for the country -- i.e. what major policy?
What have they done to capture the idealism of the younger generation?
Now, this is the standard by which Executive Administrations are judged. Kennedy had the space program and the Peace Corps. Lyndon Johnson had the Great Society, but was stained by the Vietnam conflict (58,000 dead). Nixon opened international trade relations with China. Even Reagan...well, he must have done something. Clinton presided over a surging economy.
The only thing approaching something "good" the Bush has done is the education policy No Child Left Behind, for which the jury is still out. Standardization.
What a small-minded man we elected once (2004). His only legacy will be a self-congratulatory occupation to christen himself a "war president" that has turned out to be the worst foreign policy decision since Octavian sent three Roman legions to be destroyed by German hordes (in 9 CE (common era)).
He is the Worst President Ever, worse even than Hoover and Andrew Johnson.