According to sources, former President George Bush feels some-type-of-way (my words, not theirs, but you get the point) that President Obama is getting all of the credit for the victory against Osama bin Laden. Hence Bush giving Obama the middle-finger (my words, not theirs) and not attending the Ground Zero ceremony today in NYC. A source tells the New York Daily News, “He (Bush) doesn’t feel personally snubbed and appreciates the invitation, but Obama’s claiming all the credit and a lot of other people deserve some of it. Obama gave no credit whatsoever to the intelligence infrastructure the Bush administration set up that is being hailed from the left and right as setting in motion the operation that got Bin Laden. It rubbed Bush the wrong way.” What do you think? Does Obama owe credit to the former president and their efforts prior to his involvement? Or should Bush have a seat and shut the hell up? Peep the full story here.