You have to admit that the debate in Democratic circles, over whether to try to run against George W. Bush one last time, is at least a legitimate debate. Whether you come down on the side of it being a no brainer or consider it a tacit admission of failure (or, as I do, think of it as just another arrow in the quiver in an election year where Dems better shoot all the arrows they can muster), you can make a reasoned argument either way.
But Republicans wanting to make 2010 a referendum on Bush? Are you kidding me?
David Kurtz is Managing Editor and Washington Bureau Chief of Talking Points Memo where he oversees the news operations of TPM and its sister sites.