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Former Bush Presidents Pen Book Specifically To Trash President Donald Trump…

 

Personally I hold a slow burning fuse…. As a general disposition I also find no value in cussing.  However, there are times in the course of current events when a person steps forth that is so arrogant, so condescending, and reflects behavior that is so self-serving, so genuinely and painfully a fraud of the highest order; that there’s just not enough tongue to bite.  Fuck George Bush – both of them.

 

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The former presidents have penned a book waxing philosophically about their losing control of the republican party.  In the title of the book they have the audacity to call themselves “The Last Republicans”. :::gag:::


Within their high-minded views of their own importance, i.e. as gatekeepers of things righteous within the body politic, they can’t even see their pontificating elitism and how that condescending arrogance destroyed a cherished part of our nation; our middle-class.  CONSIDER:

 

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NEWSWEEK – Both former President Bushes had choice words for current President Donald Trump in a new book scheduled to be published later this month, with the elder Bush reportedly calling the billionaire commander-in-chief a “blowhard” and flatly stating he does not “like” him.

 

Presidents George Bush and George W. Bush, the 41st and 43rd top executives respectively, spoke to author Mark K. Updegrove for the book “The Last Republicans.” It detailed the relationship between the father-and-son presidents and how they were fretful of what Trump had done to the Republican Party.


Furthermore, both ex-presidents admitted they did not vote for Trump. The elder Bush pulled the lever for Democrat Hillary Clinton while the younger told Updegrove he voted for “none of the above.” (read more)

 

 

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Damn, just think about this.


President George Bush (41) attended the Ohio 2016 GOP convention – where the people’s nominee, Donald J Trump, gave effusive praise to the former President.  Yet that man, that slimy creature of pus, filled with bile and self-interest, has the audacity to pen a book telling the world that he voted for Hillary ‘effen’ Clinton.


Screw you slime-ball.


These jackass former Presidents, whom many of us defended while surrounded by a 360 degree furnace of hate, specifically because we uphold honor to the office of the presidency and respect the will of the voters who put them there,… these shallow and small bitter shells of humanity, have the nerve to keep their mouths shut during the entirety of an Obama presidency that destroyed the very fabric of our constitutional values; and now step forth to say the people’s president is a “blowhard” who hurts their delicate sensibilities?


Seriously?

 

These Globalist idiots who intentionally constructed economic policies (think NAFTA), that sold out the interests of the U.S. to their corporate friends and foreign finance interests, have the audacity to bemoan the goals of an American President who simply wants to rebuild the values of middle-America and restore the economic sovereignty to hard-working blue collar people.


There is no value in hatred.  But if there ever was a time when the invalue of hate aligned itself with an accurate target, the Bush family -writ large- would be the visible personification.


This family began a war in Iraq based entirely on a lie.  A lie that killed 4,526 soldiers; left more than 32,000 Americans wounded and cost over three trillion dollars.


This family sold out our economy to the highest international bidder; and along with the usurping Democrats of like-minded sentiment, gave away our most important assets while indulging themselves personally within the scheme and graft.


The Bush policies were so inherently anti-American, and so devastating in consequence, that the outcome of them was to exit office having given the Democrats a filibuster proof majority in the Senate, full control of the House, and control of the executive branch to a the only person possibly defined as more inept than themselves, Barack Obama.


As a direct consequence of the Bush failures we were forced to receive ObamaCare, which, ten years later, is still destroying the very fabric of the U.S. economy and collapsing the financial stability of the American worker; and during which time they sat quietly surrounded by their own indulgences and said nothing.


… And they have the audacity to pen a publication to claim themselves as the “Last Republicans”?


Then again, the Bush failures were so well understood, and so well versed and felt by the electorate, the 2016 GOP nominee won the nomination, and later the oval office, specifically by campaigning against the very principles these “Last Republicans” seek to retain.

 

Indeed, you can make a solid argument that without the Bush Family, which led to an Obama presidency, there would never have been a need for a Donald Trump.


So yeah, the last republicans is probably correct.

 

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I still believe we were right to invade Iraq and topple Saddam, but I agree with everything else in the above article.   

 

With this act, the Bushes are dead to me.

 

And if the Republican Party chooses to follow them, it is too.

 

It's time to drain the swamp of all establishment Republicans.

 

Primary them out.
 

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I didn't read the ignored OP, but the article, and that's a damn fine Cicero quote that sounds like it was written about trump.

 

Of course the right-wing nutjobs hate the Bushes (I think they were disasters from the other side). They also hated Eisenhower and Democrats. But they love Ted Cruz.

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I was a rePube for 30 years.

 

"Read my lips" was the first straw.

 

Fooled once ... shame on him.

 

 

GM and the bank bailouts were straw two and I was gone.

 

Fooled twice ... shame on me.

 

I have always been a conservative.

 

Conservativism is my philosophy ... not conservatism, which is for the preservation of the status quo.

 

The Bushies can burn.

 

They ruined it like illegals ruined immigration.

 

kj

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1 hour ago, BeAChooser said:

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/11/05/former-bush-presidents-pen-book-specifically-to-trash-president-donald-trump/

 

 


I still believe we were right to invade Iraq and topple Saddam, but I agree with everything else in the above article.   

 

With this act, the Bushes are dead to me.

 

And if the Republican Party chooses to follow them, it is too.

 

It's time to drain the swamp of all establishment Republicans.

 

Primary them out.
 

 

 

LET ME GO GET THE BUS!!!!!!!!!

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I think the biggest con job of our time - before trump as a populist or denying climate change - might be the so-called tea party types convincing their followers that they are not the same plutocracy advocates that 'establishment Republicans' are. People who take the money of the Kochs and like-minded plutocrats convince these suckers they're not 'establishment'.

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Trump is an ignoramus, an egomaniac and a blowhard who is dedicated to making Americans hate one another.

The Bushes were also dedicated to favoring the rich and the decline of the middle class and unconcerned about the deficit, just as Trump is, but Olebush was pretty smart and crafty,  and Juniorbush had smart and crafty advisors whom he listened to.

 

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7 hours ago, Craig234 said:

I think the biggest con job of our time - before trump as a populist or denying climate change - might be the so-called tea party types convincing their followers that they are not the same plutocracy advocates that 'establishment Republicans' are. People who take the money of the Kochs and like-minded plutocrats convince these suckers they're not 'establishment'.

 

Poor Craig ... such a snowflake.

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6 hours ago, NoGhost said:

I vote REPUB because they are the lesser of 2 evils.

 

So have I.   But I'm not voting establishment candidates anymore.  For Republicans who've been chummy with DemocRATS.   

 

Think of my viewpoint as an opportunity for someone better to challenge them ... to primary them out ... like several others already have been.

 

I'm looking forward to the new Republican Party ... after the Reformation.

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3 hours ago, XavierOnassis said:

Trump is an ignoramus, an egomaniac and a blowhard who is dedicated to making Americans hate one another. 

 

Poor little XO.   Such a snowflake.

 

And you don't think Hillary was?  

 

You don't think Pelosi and company are?  

 

And by the way , that ignoramus destroyed the establishment Republicans and DemocRATS in the last election.

 

How'd he do that?

 

LOL!

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7 hours ago, BeAChooser said:

But I'm not voting establishment candidates anymore.  

 

I never vote strait REPUB anymore and have vote DEM one time and that was to get rid of my congressman who later caught a case.

 

He resigned and the case was quietly dropped.

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11 hours ago, XavierOnassis said:

Trump is an ignoramus, an egomaniac and a blowhard who is dedicated to making Americans hate one another.

The Bushes were also dedicated to favoring the rich and the decline of the middle class and unconcerned about the deficit, just as Trump is, but Olebush was pretty smart and crafty,  and Juniorbush had smart and crafty advisors whom he listened to.

 

And yet he keeps kicking your ass. 

 

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WHY DOESN'T THIS REFER TO TRAMP IN THIS AUTHOR'S EYES??

"Personally I hold a slow burning fuse…. As a general disposition I also find no value in cussing.  However, there are times in the course of current events when a person steps forth that is so arrogant, so condescending, and reflects behavior that is so self-serving, so genuinely and painfully a fraud of the highest order; that there’s just not enough tongue to bite. "

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5 minutes ago, shintao said:

WHY DOESN'T THIS REFER TO TRAMP IN THIS AUTHOR'S EYES??

"Personally I hold a slow burning fuse…. As a general disposition I also find no value in cussing.  However, there are times in the course of current events when a person steps forth that is so arrogant, so condescending, and reflects behavior that is so self-serving, so genuinely and painfully a fraud of the highest order; that there’s just not enough tongue to bite. "

 

Because it probably makes sense.

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51 minutes ago, Scout said:

Godwin's Law has nothing to do with "losing"

 

Another topic that you apparently know absolutely nothing about, snowflake.

 

Even Wikipedia says ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godwin's_law )

 

Indeed, there are many corollaries to Godwin's law, some considered more canonical (by being adopted by Godwin himself)[3] than others. For example, there is a tradition in many newsgroups and other Internet discussion forums that once such a comparison is made, the thread is finished and whoever mentioned Adolf Hitler has automatically lost whatever debate was in progress.[7] This principle is itself frequently referred to as Godwin's law.

 

Here another source ... http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/comment/invoke-the-nazis-and-you-ve-lost-the-argument-8209712.html “Invoke the Nazis and you’ve lost the argument


Indeed, in 2007, The Economist declared (http://www.economist.com/node/9645274 )

 

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A good rule in most discussions is that the first person to call the other a Nazi automatically loses the argument.

 

Now you didn't call me a Nazi but you implied Trump is one ... making whatever argument against him you were trying to make ... MOOT.

 

Now by all means, tell me I'm using that word wrong, too.   :lol:

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