If you didn't think the new George W. Bush library and its "Decision Theater" was bad enough already for the history revisionism on the invasion of Iraq, wait until you get a load of how Bush's disastrous handling of Hurricane Katrina is treated.
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart and his "Senior Correspondent" Al Madrigal had a field day with the opening of the George W. Bush library and the "Disasterpiece Theater" for visitors to participate in.
Following today's niceties by his fellow former presidents and President Obama, who of course felt compelled to try to come up with something polite to say about George W. Bush at the opening of his library, Chris Hayes reminded his audience that, luckily, he and his staff are under "no obligation to be nice for the sake of being nice" to Bush.
George Bush is coming back into the spotlight because he's opening up a new center along with four living presidents who will be speaking at his center. And he's still defending his record.