While President Barak Obama feels humbled by what happened in the mid-term elections, former President George W. Bush taped an interview with Matt Lauer for a Primetime special to air on Nov. 8th to promote his upcoming book, Decision Points.
In his interview, Bush says that when Kanye West Called him a racist, it was the single lowest point of his presidency. The report says:
“hearing West say those words [when Kanye West called him a racist] during a Hurricane Katrina benefit telethon was a disgusting moment.’ He recalled telling his wife at the time that West’s comments were in fact the single worst moment of his presidency.”
Let’s face it, he had a lot of awful moments in his presidency, I guess it’s nice to finally know the single worst. I’m sure anyone who suffered during 911, who died in Iraq, or who lost their home after the economy crashed will be glad to know that Kanye West really made Georgie-poo feel low. Talk about perspective. Hey George W. Bush, somehow Taylor Swift got over it. I’m glad to know that of ALL the things that happened in the 8 years that you ran this country into the ground, the rantings of an egomaniacal pop-star really get the best of you.
This cannot happen, America. We can no longer be tricked into thinking the Emporer has clothing. We can no longer allow lunacy to author scripture.
Our country needs some help right now. Shit is out of control. How could George Bush say that? That is insanity. Kanye West, really? How insulting to everyone of this country’s citizens who is struggling right now, and to our youth, who are dumber and fatter than ever. The only way that this country will get any better is if we, the people, make better decisions for ourselves in the leaders that we choose and challenge ourselves, and all of those around us, to become educated and stop pretending to be victims. Barak Obama inherited a lot of problems, let’s not forget that. It’s up to all of us now.
In other news, President Clinton has Lil’ Wayne’s back.