Oh, and that riff in Bush's speech about naysayers in Germany just after World War II? As I told you a couple of months ago, those stories (which right-wingers have been circulating for a while now) came from 1945 and 1946. The Marshall Plan didn't start until 1948.
UPDATE: OK, I'm looking at the text of Bush's speech and I see that newspaper editorial he quotes isn't one of the ones I linked. But my point stands: The editorial was from 1946. The inception of the Marshall Plan was April 3, 1948, the day Harry Truman signed the Economic Cooperation Act.