H/T Pat Dollard.
Bush refuses to criticize Obama in Canada
CALGARY, Alberta - Former President George W. Bush says he won’t criticize President Barack Obama because Obama “deserves my silence,” and says he plans to write a book about the 12 toughest decisions he made in office. Bush’s speech Tuesday at a luncheon in Calgary, Alberta was his first since leaving office.
He declined to comment about the Obama administration like former Vice President Dick Cheney. Cheney said Sunday that Obama’s decisions are threatening the nation’s safety.
Bush says he doesn’t know what he’ll do in the long term but says he’ll write a book that will let people determine what they would have done if their most important job was to protect the country.