Ha ha. Another liberal elitist takes a shot at the intelligence of former President Bush and like 'comedian' Russell Brand before him, this celebrity is a foreigner who had the nerve to insult Bush on American soil, in front of Obama no less:
Meet Paul McCartney: political flashpoint. McCartney performed for President Obama, the first family and a number of other stars at the White House last night as part of a show celebrating his winning the Gershwin Prize. After the show — and apparently after the President had left the room — McCartney thanked the audience and noted how nice it was to receive the award from the Library of Congress, and “in fact, after the last eight years it’s great to have a president who knows what a library is.” Snap! Cue look of amazement on Jerry Seinfeld’s face and loud cheers from the room.
The remark, meanwhile, struck Joe Scarborough as “completely unnecessary”: “That guy’s been my idol, you know what, I don’t have many idols, just sing your damn song.”
Funny too that McCartney would take the time to slam Bush when he himself never even went to college (Bush graduated from Yale). Then too wasn't it the mega-rich McCartney who recently went against friend's advice and married (and 3 years later divorced) a woman, Heather Mills, he barely knew without signing a pre-nup:
Thanks to McCartney's carelessness with his wealth, Mills would walk away with 24.3M (euro). But yeah, Bush is the idiot.Last week, after months of rumors, Paul and Heather Mills McCartney finally showed their hands—and declared war. McCartney, 64, reportedly filed divorce papers that, according to a source, cite the former model's "unreasonable behavior" for the split. (British tabs went further, saying she was "argumentative" and "rude to the staff.") Meanwhile, Heather, 38, has no plans to go quietly. "She will file her own counterclaims in Britain and America," her rep tells Scoop. (The ex-Beatle owns property in Long Island, Los Angeles and Arizona, says a source.) The singer has an estimated $1.6 billion fortune, and there's no prenup. "[With] Heather announcing she is prepared to fight," a source close to McCartney says, "things are just going to get uglier." Still, McCartney seems to be moving on: For the first time since their May split, he has been spotted without his wedding ring.