My, as that one long-haired, freak-o, hippie singer once said, the times they are a-changin'. You all remember AP political reporter Nedra Pickler, who was notorious for writing outrageously biased wire reports against Democratic candidates for president during the 2004 election. Her modus operandi would be to say that Candidate A said something but "failed to mention" some right-wing Republican talking point that seemed to refute what s/he was saying.
Anyways, it looks like The Pickler has noticed the political weathervane has shifted against the chimp-in-chief and has sicced her considerable reporting skills on WorstPresidentEver:
WASHINGTON - Democratic presidential candidates made a point of reminding voters that Tuesday was the fourth anniversary of President Bush's speech declaring an end to major combat in Iraq.
. . .White House spokeswoman Dana Perino said the president was aware of the anniversary, although he didn't mention it during a meeting in Florida with military commanders. She said the president has since acknowledged mistakes in Iraq, but Tuesday was a day to thank the commanders for the successes and talk about his new strategy for the war.