I find this subheadline deeply amusing:
"Disgraced" is an interesting word there. When I think of "disgraced" I think of someone who is generally reviled or someone who should be ashamed to show their face in public. Subway's Jared is a "disgraced sandwich pitchman," for instance. Jonah Lehrer is a "disgraced think piece auteur," perhaps. One could say that Nixon "resigned in disgrace," certainly, and he was never fully rehabilitated in life.
But Dubya? Does this look like a man who is disgraced?
A disgraced person lacks popularity and is generally reviled. Does this look like a man who lacks popularity and is generally reviled?
If Dubya's disgraced, then so is Obama. Hillary's a frigging pariah!
Honestly, I wish I could be this disgraced:
Big money in being a disgraced former president, it seems.
Anyway. I wish Susan Sarandon success with her super-timely show that will almost definitely be extremely popular and lead to George W. Bush losing his title of Greatest Living President.
Published under: George W. Bush