President Bush had some well thought-out last words for his fellow world leaders at his final G8 summit. According to London's The Daily Telegraph, Bush told them "Goodbye from the world's biggest polluter." He then proceeded to "punch the air while grinning wildly" before he left the room.
While this was likely intended as tongue-in-cheek sarcasm, it doesn't sound like that's how it was received.
One official who witnessed the extraordinary scene said afterwards: "Everyone was very surprised that he was making a joke about America's record on pollution."
Hell, at least he's being honest now. That's a start, right?