There has been a good deal of criticism on this site of the President for his speech at the opening of the Bush library. Some commenters feel that he should have spoken to bury W not to praise him. The point being ignored is that the President has to make nice, but we don't. Not only domestic corporate media would have reacted negatively to criticism of Bush in a speech at the dedication of his library, the world of international diplomacy would have, as well.
OTOH, nothing is stopping us from responding to the platitudes in the press with a few inconvenient facts. This is a particular case of a point that I keep making. As a citizen, you aren't a spectator of the political game, you are a participant. Each one of us doesn't have the "bully pulpit" that the President has, but all together we have even more audience than he has.
I wrote a LTE to a local newspaper; you might prefer to post on a blog for a broadcast medium. I avoid posting LTEs, letters to the editor, until they have been published (or, occasionally, until it is clear that they won't be published). The last sentence of my response to a Bush Library story, however, gives the flavor of the letter:
The striking thing about the Bush administration was how many minor sleazy details would have been major scandals for any other administration.