Just Say No to Rubio, Paul, & Bush
I had a brief discussion with friends and family this weekend over a poll that showed that Jeb Bush was the frontrunner for the GOP Presidential nomination in 2016.
Of course, we aren’t quite halfway through 2013 yet, so things could change dramatically by the time 2015 rolls around.
One friend of mine said that Jeb Bush “seems to be more competent than W., and if he stays away from Cheney and Rove, he could stand as his own man”.
Of course, in typical Ddemocrat fashion, he fails to mention how George Soros has his hooks in the current President.
If Jeb Bush is elected, or even if Hillary Clinton is elected, then we have officially become an aristocracy. Bush-Clinton-Bush-Obama-Bush/Clinton? Too many Bushes and too many Clintons.
The last 25 years has become a Presidential dynasty. The Presidency was not meant to be dynastic.
There is yet another Bush waiting in the wings. George Prescott Bush. Is it possible we could ultimately see a dynasty of four Bushes? How about Chelsea Clinton for President?
Hell, why don’t we just amend the Constitution to say that you can’t run for President unless your name is Bush or Clinton, or you have the express endorsement of one of these aristocratic families?
Beside, Bush III is all about amnesty for illegals. His wife is a naturalized citizen from Mexico, so it is thought that he has an inroad with the Latino community.
“Immigrants are more fertile, and they love families,” Bush said and added, “Immigrants create far more businesses than native-born Americans over the last 20 years.”
Jeb, how many of those immigrants came here illegally?
Nobody is claiming we need to keep immigrants out of this country, but those who are pro-amnesty always set up the straw man by claiming that their opponents, like me, are anti-immigrant. I’m not. My ancestors came from Europe, but they followed the rules. The didn’t just cross the border and say “we’re here!”.
Haven’t we seen enough of the Bush clan? Wasn’t W.’s implementation of the Patriot Act and the Department of Homeland Security, not to mention is running of the American economy into the ground enough? Don’t people still have a bad taste in their mouths from him, or has that been completely washed away by the bad taste of Obama?
Look, I’m not saying that George W. Bush is a bad man. I was a big fan of his wife, so he did something right. I am saying that he wasn’t the greatest of Presidents. He wasn’t the worst, either. Compared to Obama, he was pretty darn good, but Washington, he isn’t.
Which leads me to Marco Rubio.
In the course of the weekend’s discussion, one of my aunts said that she would vote for Rubio and Rand Paul if he was the running mate.
She doesn’t realize that both are absolute frauds.
Rubio is such a fraud, that fellow Republican Jeff Sessions has claimed that there is someone on the tv pretending to be Rubio.
My aunt honestly believes that Rubio isn’t going to give amnesty away for free.
That’s why he joined the “gang of Eight” and signed off on amnesty before security.
But the government is trying to protect us.
According to radio host Andrea Tantaros,
“I don’t think 95 percent of it is perfect,” Tantaros said. “I’m looking at some of things that it allows for. I mean, if you commit identity theft twice but not three times you can still get amnesty. If you break the law twice but not three times, you can stay in this country. Let’s see, what else here. If you beat your wife twice but not three times you can still stay in this country. It doesn’t seem very strict on criminals.”
The fact that Rubio is allied with Facebook founder and noted liberal Mark Zuckerberg should tell you something.
Rand Paul, in the not to distant past, filibustered the Senate over the use of drones, then went on record as saying that he didn’t care if criminals were droned or not, a statement he tried to walk back. Paul is just a grandstander who is trying to make his mark nationally.
I realize that I am not going to agree with everything these politicians shovel, but I won’t vote for a fraud, and I won’t won’t vote for another Bush. As I said this weekend, I would vote for Vladimir Putin before I vote for a Bush again.