George W: Why I Love 'the Facebook' Highlights from Bush's conversation with Mark Zuckerberg By Evann Gastaldo, Newser Staff Posted Nov 30, 2010 6:24 AM CST 28 comments Comments George W. Bush talks "the Facebook." (Facebook via Mashable) (Newser) – George W. Bush likes “the Facebook.” Why? Because, as he told founder Mark Zuckerberg during a recent chat at the company headquarters, “you have a lot of people on here and I’m trying to sell books.” More highlights from their hour-long talk, via Mashable and the AP: On technology: After leaving Washington he became a “BlackBerry person,” but he’s now an “iPad person.” On his iPod: “I’ve got Decision Points on my iPod.” On WikiLeaks: “Leaks are very damaging and people who leak ought to be prosecuted. When you have a conversation with a foreign leader and it ends up in the newspaper, they didn't like it. I didn't like it.” On Obama: “I think the idea of putting more troops in [Afghanistan] was something that I can applaud.” On Iraq: “It'll work. We just have to hang in there.” On his level of popularity: “If you see me in an airport, I hope you wave with all five fingers, but if you don't you won't be the first. I'm a comfortable guy.” Click here for more on Bush, who’s been all over the place promoting Decision Points.