(WCCO) — Former President George W. Bush’s memoir is released today. “Decision Points” outlines major decisions during his 8 years in office.

Bush discusses his response to Hurricane Katrina, 9/11 and the decision to waterboard 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.

He called Kanye West’s remark that Bush “doesn’t care about black people” the lowest point of his Presidency.

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What do you think? Will you read the book? Will it change your opinion of the former President?

Comments (8)
  1. mike says:

    Why aren’t there any comments on this istory? I know that before you changed format there were comments.Are you hiding something?

  2. linda says:

    What is there to say? That he’s a dope & it’s going to take a good Democratic president a lot more than 2yrs to undo all the crap father & son did to this country all the years they were in office?

  3. mike says:

    Does that mean that things have to go completely haywire before they are fixed?It appears that our current administration believes that to be the case. Doesn’t it?

  4. bridget says:

    WE have Dumbo in charge now with Goofy as VP. Please come back President Bush. Hussein’s a clown who keeps digging us in and unemployment at 10%! WOW! Never on your watch!!

  5. Jerry says:

    I wouldn’t buy Bush’s memoir for toilet paper let alone read it.

  6. Jim Bean says:

    Obama is a clown!

  7. bridget says:

    It just shows by the book sales how much more people like him than Hussein! Sales don’t lie! Hussein does!

  8. Marilyn says:

    I enjoyed hearing former President Bush on tv recently talking about his book and his life. I, also, enjoyed the Larry King show last night with George HW and Barbara Bush. I would like to thank George W Bush for standing up for what he fellt was right rather than knuckling under to special interest groups. I, also, have great respect for George HW and his wife, Barbara as well as Laura Bush. I wish President Bush was still in office rather than this socialist idiot and his side kick that we have now. Marilyn