That being said, I was disgusted by what I heard from The Hill:
The crowd packed on the west side of the Capitol grounds serenaded President Bush in mocking fashion when he took to the inaugural stage alongside Vice President Dick Cheney.I can see and am on board with the stony silence part. I know that the vast majority of Americans have been unhappy with the Bush presidency, and I respect that. At the same time, can you please keep your mocking glee to yourself? I have been subjected to classless act after classless act from the winners of the last election for over two months now, from resident MSNBC liberal harpy Rachel Maddow's "Lame Duck Watch" to crowds that can't wait to humiliate George W. Bush wherever he goes. He's as fortunate that he's leaving as the rest of the country is. I appreciate his service, even though I don't agree with everything that he's done during his presidency. The bottom line is that we deserve who we elect, we elected him, and we are as much a problem as he has been. I really hope that we will treat President Obama differently. Let's not leave his presidency with the US looking like the proverbial National Mall after his inauguration celebration yesterday.
"Nah nah nah nah, hey hey, good-bye," a section of the crowd chanted.
The crowd packed immediately below the podium received Bush in stony silence when he took his seat on the stage surrounding the podium where Barack Obama was scheduled to take the oath office to become the 44th president of the United States.