Bush will be addressing the nation about the financial crisis he and his party fiddled through. You see, if the president hadn't spent the last eight years lying to us about everything under the sun, he would have the kind of political capital more succesful presidents do. The problem with the hype from the White House on this is that the president is no longer credible. This is a major side effect of having a chief executive who has told half of the country to go screw themselves issue after issue. This is what happens when the president puts party over country.
This believability deficit is the legacy of the Bush regime.