Via Memorandum, NPR has a story about a George W. Bush “Miss Me Yet?” billboard in Minnesota. According to John Hindraker at Powerline, it is a view “more widely shared by Americans every day”; while Another Black Conservative suggests a Tea Party connection and asks “wouldn’t it be a hoot if this billboard started cropping up everywhere. . .?”

Since I have a memory longer than, say, a goldfish, I don’t miss George W. Bush. I also remember when right-wingers practically worshiped Bush. John Hindraker said of the former president, after the infamous carrier landing, “Yeah, we’ve had better leaders. Their names were Washington and Lincoln.”

I am still looking for evidence that right-wingers have owned up to their role as cheerleaders for the disastrous Bush years, but haven’t seen it yet.