FT: "US stocks suffer worst year since Great Depression"

George W. Bush's remarkable record as President - a drop in median income, rising rates of poverty and the uninsured, the loss of a major American city, perhaps the worst foreign policy mistake in US history, a lazy response to the Al Qaeda threat which left the door open to 9/11, extraordinary levels of public corruption, warrentless spying on American citizens and knowing and willful violation of the Geneva Conventions, insufficient action taken on global warming and the coming retirement of the baby boom, and an election victory decided by a 5-4 partisan Supreme Court decision - earned this extraordinary new distinction today:

"US stocks suffer worst year since Great Depression" 

No matter how Iraq turns out it sure seems likely that history will judge W. to be the worst President in America's long and storied history.