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Bush says being called racist was worse than 9/11.


From The Political Cesspool

Every now and then you come across something that nearly makes you fall out of your chair. You have to read it three or four times to convince yourself that you’re actually seeing what you think you’re seeing. This is one of those times.

Guess what George Bush says was the low point, “the worst moment” of his presidency?

The nearly trillion dollar bailout he had to ask for after helping to engineer the diversity driven mortgage crisis? Spending a trillion dollars and accomplishing absolutely nothing on a no-win war against a country that was zero threat to us? Being exposed as a flat out liar when no WMD were ever found in Iraq?

No; Bush didn’t find any of those things too terribly distressing. He can deal with thousands of dead Americans. He just can’t handle a black person calling him a name.Yes, the lowest point of his presidency was when Kanye West said Bush didn’t care about black people.

MATT LAUER: About a week after the storm hit NBC aired a telethon asking for help for the victims of Katrina. We had celebrities coming in to ask for money. And I remember it vividly because I hosted it. And at one part of the evening I introduced Kanye West. Were you watching?

PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH: Nope.

MATT LAUER: You remember what he said?

PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH: Yes, I do. He called me a racist.

MATT LAUER: You say you told Laura at the time it was the worst moment of your Presidency?

PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH: Yes. My record was strong I felt when it came to race relations and giving people a chance. And– it was a disgusting moment.

Good Lord!

What a pathetic, disgusting wimp. Who not only hasn’t figured out that blacks toss around accusations of racism and hatred like confetti, but is devastated when an idiot like Kanye West does it.

And what does it say about America that everyone seems to think it’s perfectly normal and acceptable for an ex-president to say that the day he was called a racist was worse than the day thousands of Americans died in terrorist attacks on his watch? You’d think “conservatives”, of all people, would be up in arms. But no. You’d think liberals would be outraged, but for different reasons. But no. No one seems to be bothered by this at all.

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