Okay, here’s a little red meat for you nasty libs out there who still hate the man even though he’s been gone for two years. President Bush’s book, “Decision Points” is due out November 9th and he’s already started making the rounds speaking about the book and the process he used to write his memoirs.

Former U.S. President George W. Bush is seen on the cover of his memoir titled Decision Points in this handout released to Reuters April 26, 2010. The memoir will be released on November 9, 2010 and talks about 14 decisions he made on issues such as the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the financial crisis, The Crown Publishing Group said on Monday. Bush has spent almost every day since leaving office 15 months ago writing the book, Crown said in a statement, and he writes honestly and directly about his flaws and mistakes, as well as his historic achievements. REUTERS/Handout (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS

The President says that he decided to write his memoirs in a more unconventional way, different from past Presidents who recount their entire lives. Bush says that “Decision Points” is more of a look into the decision making process he used during his time in office. He also talks about personal decisions that he made like his commitment to stop drinking at age 40.

Bush was speaking at a Financial Trade conference in Chicago yesterday and spoke briefly about the book. He once again showed that he has never had trouble poking fun at himself by saying, “I have written a book. This will come as quite a shock to some. They didn’t think I could read, much less write.”

The former President says that he has absolutely no desire to be back in the spotlight. His only reason for entering back into the public fray this soon is to promote his book. “Decision Points”, Bush says, is a book about the most important aspect of the Presidency, making decisions.

There were many world changing decisions that George W. Bush made while in office and he touches on all of these in his book. He said that he is most proud of keeping the country safe, he says one of his greatest disappointments is not being able to reform Social Security.

There’s no doubt that critics will pick apart Bush’s book “Decision Points” when it’s released. For me, despite my disagreements with some of his policies (financial bailout, “No Child Left Behind”) I look forward to reading the 43rd Presidents memoirs. I still feel like he’s one of the finest individuals to ever hold the office of President. I’m proud to have voted for him twice.