With an approval rating that's hovering around a dismal 30 percent, it's hard to believe Americans need an organization pointing out President Bush's shortcomings. But a "traveling museum" called the Bush Legacy Tour is burning thousands of gallons of bio-diesel traipsing all over the country to do just that.
Americans United for Change, an advocacy group that says it formed three years ago to counter the president's intention to privatize Social Security, has a 45-foot-long bus with "interactive exhibits" further proving just how inept they think Bush has been as the leader of the free world.
The bus stops in Boise next week on Monday, July 21. It'll make a measly one-hour stop in front of the Post Office on Bannock Street in downtown Boise from noon until 1 p.m.