He blessedly disappeared from sight for two years. He’s only been back for 24 hours. And I’m already sick of hearing and seeing him again.
Everywhere I turn, it seems, I have to put up with George Bush, selling his book.
Monday night, I tune in to NBC. There’s Bush with Matt Lauer. Tuesday afternoon, I turn on Rush. He’s interviewing Bush. Later that same afternoon, I check out Sean Hannity. Bush. Off the radio. On the TV. It’s Oprah time. And who’s on the couch? More Bush.
Enough already! And he’s still got Bill O’Reilly, Greta van Susteren, and Jay Leno lined up for later in the week.
But the real problem is: Not only is George Bush everywhere we turn, but he’s not saying what we want to hear.
Why won’t he apologize for burying this country under the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression?
Why won’t he apologize for sending thousands of Americans to lose their lives in a war against a country that didn’t attack us first?
And why won’t he admit he stole the presidency from Al Gore, with the help of five members of the Supreme Court.
If only George Bush would start telling the truth, I wouldn’t mind hearing so much from him.
That’s my parting shot for today.