Former President George W. Bush has made it clear he disagrees with some of President Barack Obama's policies.
During a speech in Pennsylvana, Bush said he would not criticize the current president, but then went on to take aim at his recent policy decisions.
Bush said he opposes the closing of Guantanamo Bay.
"I'll just tell you that there are people at Gitmo that will kill American people at a drop of a hat," he proclaimed.
Bush also rejected the idea of nationalizing health care, saying "there are a lot of ways to remedy the situation without nationalizing health care."
When it comes to Obama's spending, Bush sided against government intervention.
"I know it's going to be the private sector that leads this country out of the current economic times we're in," he said. "You can spend your money better than the government can spend your money."
This is only Bush's second speech in the U.S. since leaving the White House.