Given how things were from 2001 until the presidential campaign heated up, it's really quite stunning how George W. Bush is utterly missing from our discourse. The conservative movement was for that period all about elevating Dear Leader, and now he's just gone.
Some of it is because Dick Cheney has been so outspoken about his love of torture, but it's also the fact that Cheney had almost as much power as Bush himself. That was, until things started blowing up in GW's face.
Following the Senate Intelligence Committee's vote to declassify parts of the Senate report on the CIA detention and interrogation program, The Daily Show's Jon Stewart takes a look at how the Bush administration "are dealing with their twisted legacy."