Me too. He is in the news today too. I disagree with the things he is saying.
Paul McCartney's mocking comments about President Bush not reading were inappropriate for the venue. Paul was being honored with an award. This was a celebration, a time for fun and good will!
It reminded me of something similar that all of us do on occasion and can relate to. We are given a Farewell Going Away party at our place of employment. Often, at the end of the party, we're asked to say a few words in parting. I'm sure we all have had our disappointments at work. Or someone has been unkind to you. Or maybe you feel you've been treated unfairly. These things happen to just about everybody. This is not the time to get even with someone by putting them down or being critical. You're friends and fellow co-workers don't want to hear that kind of thing. They are there to say good-bye, wish you well, and perhaps meet your wife or husband. Smile and wish everyone your best. Thank everyone for chipping in to buy you a going away gift (in my case it was a GPS for traveling in our car). Show them what a classy guy or gal you are. Now if you're really steamed about experiences on your job, go down to your local pub with your very best friends afterward, put a coin in the jukebox, and play "Take This Job and Shove It" by Johnny Paycheck. Have a good laugh. There's a proper place and time for everything.