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Goodbye, Bushism

Ross Douthat, The New York Times

In purely ideological terms, what primary voters were rejecting when they rejected Marco Rubio was the political synthesis of George W. Bush. Even more than George W. Bush’s own brother, Rubio tried to make himself an heir to Bushism, and to build a bridge between the last Republican administration and the one that he aspired to lead.