November 14, 2010
New York - Critics are mixed about George W Bush's new memoir, but the former president has received a rave review from a fellow White House alumnus, Bill Clinton.
In a statement released on Friday, Clinton praised Bush's Decision Points as "well-written and interesting", recommended it for "people of all political stripes" and said the book would help other Democrats understand why he liked Bush, a Republican.
Clinton is also friendly with Bush's father, former President George HW Bush, whom Clinton defeated for re-election in 1992. The bond between Clinton and the elder Bush is noted in Decision Points, which came out Tuesday. (AP)
Comment: I am going to need more than a memoir to understand why Bill Clinton likes W. and daddy Bush. Has he forgotten that W. and a pack of Republican thieves were not elected in 2000 but 'selected' in a stolen election that was similarly consolidated in 2004?
I guess it would be too much to just call the memoir what it is huh?
See Ahmed Amr's "Bush Didn't Write No Damn Book" (Dissident Voice, November 11) for a more honest and real appraisal of the "hoax" memoir.