There was a time, not long ago, when a U.S. President left office he exhibited professional courtesy and did not engage in partisan rhetoric or harshly criticize the sitting President. It seems today that in the interest of party loyalty and keeping one's name in the headlines, the sense of courtesy has changed and taking shots at the sitting President has become somewhat of a hobby. The most recent example, a mild one in the greater context, can be found in former President Clinton's backhanded immigration comment to President Bush. The article states;
Instead of equal opportunity, they support a "financial elite" because they favor "concentrated wealth and power," Clinton said.
Well it's a good thing that former administrations did not attempt to concentrate wealth and power.
And by the way, it doesn't matter how many years or how many fees you place between illegal entry and becoming a citizen, it's still Amnesty and it's still wrong.
##That's my opinion##