Right on. It's totally fair to keep blaming Iraq on Bush.
The escalating violence there isn't something that President Obama can wag away with a dissaproving finger, or "surge" through with thousands of troops. It's too late, the damage was done 10 years ago.
As Zakaria rightly notes, Dubya's policy in 2003 of de-Baathification in Iraq pitted an ousted Sunni elite against a new Shia majority. Their sectarian fight continues to this day.
It didn't have to be this way. If only some smart, informed people had been in charge, with a little intellectual nuance.
By Fareed Zakaria
January 11, 2014 | CNN