Some people see counterfactual historical analysis as an exciting new way to probe possibilities and make unusual points. Less intellectually curious types (cough) see it as a cheap way to accuse your political opponents of crimes they thankfully didn't have the opportunity to commit. At any rate, here are two counterfactuals that make Bush's opponents look silly, from Victor Davis Hanson and Gregg Easterbrook.
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