Sunday, March 10, 2013


Alleged photo of grandpa Prescott Bush and Hitler that is probably a fake.

Clean-cut daddy Bush

The way Bush Jr. might be remembered.
Jeb Bush reminds me of my grocery store manager.

“The UBC, under Prescott Bush's direction and with the long-term cooperation of Fritz Thyssen's German Steel Trust participated in the emergence, preparation and financing of the Nazi war machine through the manufacture of armored vehicles, fighter planes, guns and explosives.

The Bush family's habit of dominating territories and wealth is nothing new. Their fascist genes were generated during the 1930s. Therefore, defining the occupation of Afghanistan and Iraq and the threats to other countries as a continuance of blitzkrieg offensives as fascist is no blunder. Neither is convening an anti-fascist front is [sic] a rhetorical exercise.”

“My guess is that history will be kind to my brother, the further out you get from this and the more people compare his tenure to what’s going on now. I think history will be kind to George W. Bush,”

Jeb Bush



My non-guess is that I think history will record how unkind (i.e. barbarous) George W. Bush and his occupation of the White House were to America, Iraq, and Afghanistan.

And also to his dog that he dropped.


George W. Bush and Dick Cheney will be remembered by history as liars.


Dick Cheney was perhaps the greedier of the two men.


George W. Bush and Dick Cheney are filled with tons of hubris.


They are so full of denial, that if they stepped into the Nile they would immediately drown.


George W. Bush is now becoming the painter that Adolph Hitler wasn’t.

I guess you can kill only so many armadillos, and clear only so much brush, before you have to take up some new hobbies.


Someone said the other day that Jeb looks and acts more like a George, and George looks and acts more like a Jeb.


But it is the last name that is far more important for assessing the worthiness to become President.


I suppose Jeb’s run for the White House will say, “Look, I’m another son of my dad, and I’m not as dumb as the other son.”

And not as addicted to the crack (cocaine or heroin) of political power?

Jeb Bush may not be as thirsty as Marco Rubio, but he is certainly just as hungry to become the next President of the United States.

Where is Karl Rove?






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