Jon Stewart un-thrilled with GW Bush presidential library

Jon Stewart takes on yesterday’s dedication of the George W. Bush presidential library.

He calls the library¬†“the Hardrock Cafe of catastrophic policy decions.”


Stewart also had a good explanation for why George H.W. Bush, the father, is now “more” popular than when he left the presidency in 1993:

“Because he’s being compared to George W! If one of GW’s kids becomes president in 2032 and somehow invades the moon, I’m sure he’ll look a lot better, too.”

Among other revelations, Bush said yesterday that he uses his free time to paint. Here’s Jon Stewart’s response:

“Sometimes it seems only a gallon of paint can drown out the screams of those I’ve wronged. Plus, sometimes they let you use your fingers.”

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