Last week, George W. Bush expressed to Matt Lauer on NBC's "Today" show that he "didn't appreciate" Kanye West labeling him a racist during the Hurricane Katrina catastrophe. Kanye had a sit down with Lauer this week and apologized for the comment. Here's what you had to say: Terina commented via Facebook: "He shouldn't have apologized. I'm from New Orleans. Kanye simply said what us as people of a major disaster would have said." Lynn wrote via Facebook: "No one wants to be called a racist and Kanye only felt empathy because of the backlash from his poor judgment relating to Taylor Swift."