Bush: Famous and Powerful and the Least Awesome Biped Still Above Ground

Abby Zimet

George Bush crawled out of his cave for an interview with a right-wing think tank to sell his latest "book" and offered the Bushiest Bush quote ever by way of cogent analysis of his "presidency": "Eight years was awesome and I was famous and I was powerful." On the futility of trying to shape a legacy, he added, "I did what I did." Here's what he did. Compiled by Democratic Underground's "Hissyspit."

It's really tough seeing and hearing him. If, entirely understandably, you can't stomach the whole thing, the "awesome" gem is around the 4-minute mark.


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