How dare George W. Bush not personally invite Stephen Colbert to the opening of his Presidential Library opening in Dallas this week?
After all, Colbert was one of the fiercest defenders of the "great"/"greatest" president, Bush 43, so he was shocked that he did not receive an invitation to the dedication.
But he still plans to attend the library when it opens to the public on May 1. "That's right, ten years to the day that Bush famously landed on board the U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln and declared 'Mission Accomplished,'" Colbert said. "Which means the library will be finished in another eight and a half years."
He also poked fun at some of the "interactive" features, where library guests can walk through decisions made by the Bush administration. "Yes, the library includes interactive role-playing, where the president hands over the reigns of power to someone else -- just like he did when he was president."
We can't wait to see if Colbert actually visits the Bush library, or if they still hold the 2006 Correspondents' Dinner against him. Check out the clip above to see Colbert discuss the opening of the library.