"I don't think it's good for a former president to be out there opining on every darned issue," he told Winfrey. "He's got a plenty tough job. Trust me. And there's gonna be plenty of critics, and he doesn't need me criticizing him. And I don't think it's good for the presidency. Other people have a different point of view."
Mr. Bush has shown that he has a great deal more class than the two former Democrats to hold this nation's highest political office. Neither James Earl Carter or William Jefferson Clinton have been able to keep a civil tongue about Mr. Bush...which is a sad commentary on America today.