Bush Presidential Portrait Unveiled, Obama Still Manages to Take Cheap Shot
In a classy and friendly atmosphere hosted by President Obama at the White House the 44th president of the United States paid tribute to his predecessor, and while he managed to sound bipartisan for all of two minutes, Obama still managed to throw in a tinge of disrespect about how the economy wasn't his fault before joining George W. Bush to unveil his presidential portrait.
On a day that was supposed to honor a former president that did his best to secure and protect America, the sitting narrcicist in the Oval office couldn't resist being a typical spiteful, hypocritical lefty and throw his failings on the man who preceeded him. But as was typical with his tenure, Bush was not ruffled with the flings of veiled disrespect as he does not nor never had the thin skin that afflicts the current president, as he joked with members of his old cabinet that were present as well as Obama.
Bush's class and humor after even after being strategically insulted, dispite the thin acknowledgement of his huge part in Osama bin Laden's death, shows this so-called man who resides in the White House today has simply no class.