In his new (and most likely only) memoir, “Decidin’ Points,” George W. Bush claims that the worst part of his presidency was when Kanye West said that he didn’t like black people.

As he told Matt Lauer in an interview: Not true. Ray Charles. Good man. Saw the movie too. Barry Bonds. Liked him. Even had his poster on my bedroom wall…at the White House. Oh, and “Benson.” Funny show. Yeah, I liked Benson. Some Moe’s Town too. So clearly I like black people.

So maybe he’s not a complete racist, but he does belong to a political party that loves to divide people by their race. Whether it’s Willie Horton, legal Mexican immigrants or Barack Obama, the Republicans would have you believe that people of color are not real Americans.

But still, Kanye West’s opinion was the worst thing to happen to him as president? Not 9/11? Not invading Iraq? Not having to have the Supreme Court elect him? Anthrax showing up all over the place? His handling of the aftermath from Hurricane Katrina? The Great Recession?

Wow, if Kanye hurt Bush that badly imagine how Taylor Swift must feel?

Still, wasn’t Michael Moore’s Oscar acceptance speech a worse indictment than Kanye’s? Way more people watched the Academy Awards than the Katrina fundraiser show. Hell, it was on a Friday! Only senior citizen shut ins saw it and they had no idea who the scary black guy was anyway.

Just for comparison’s sake, here’s an excerpt from Moore’s speech:

“We live in the time where we have fictitious election results that elects a fictitious President.

We — We live in a time where we have a man sending us to war for fictitious reasons.

Whether it’s the fictition of duct tape or the fictitious [sic] of orange alerts, we are against this war, Mr. Bush.

Shame on you, Mr. Bush, shame on you.”

Oh, and by the way, you do hate black people.