George Bush To Vote For A Sick, Corrupt, Disloyal Criminal


George H.W. Bush to vote for Clinton, reports say

He put Bill Clinton in office, his son put Obama in office, and now he wants to put Hillary in office.

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41 Responses to George Bush To Vote For A Sick, Corrupt, Disloyal Criminal

  1. Krakatoa says:

    Party affiliation does not matter. Globalists vote for Globalists.

    • Jack Striker says:

      This is about as wonderful a development as can be.

      Liberals have been brainwashed into hating the Bushes because “durr they’re on the right and the right is bad because i was told so durr”, so their collective cognitive dissonance will cause some of them to not vote for Clinton as a result.

      Meanwhile, when people on the right who’ve voted neocon all their lives see this and WAKE UP to the existence of the Third Party in this country (truly, for the last 40 or so years, the First Party–the ONLY party–neocons on the “left” and “right”). They realize that neocons aren’t conservatives and they’ll fall further right as a result.

  2. pinroot says:

    George H. W. Bush is the father who put Bill Clinton in office and will try to put Hillary in. His son George W. is the one who helped put Obama in.

  3. Frank K. says:

    Yep. That’ll get all of those independents and millenials voting for Hillary…

  4. RAH says:

    Ross Perot and the folks that voted for him were the ones that put Clinton in for his first term. Just goes to show you that a chief executive with a winning war record guarantees nothing. Churchill was out as PM before WW II was even over! (Japan had not yet surrendered.)

    • Jason Calley says:

      Hey RAH! Well, I voted for Perot in 1992. Why? Because I had already figured out what kind of criminal Bill Clinton was. Why didn’t I vote for George HW Bush in 1992? Because I had already figured out that he was the kind of person who would vote for a sick, corrupt, disloyal criminal. Looks like history has proven me correct.

      The thing that got Clinton elected was the huge number of self-proclaimed conservatives that refused to vote for a conservative, and instead voted for HW.

      • RAH says:

        HW is establishment Republican and now a very old man who doesn’t give a damn. What he does now does not necessarily reflect what he would have done in the same circumstance 20 years ago.

        HW is done. But the A-holes still in congress or active politics that are Republicans that will not support Trump are another matter altogether and they deserve the worst that we can give them.

        • Jason Calley says:

          Hey RAH! “they deserve the worst that we can give them.”

          We can definitely agree on that. :)

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          … they deserve the worst that we can give them?

          I am mad at Republicans who do that but I also know that politics is an ugly horse-trading business and alliances matter.

          I reserve the worst I can give in politics to people who can never become part of my alliance.

        • Andy DC says:

          The first President Bush was a mediocre one term President. The 2nd President Bush was one of the worst Presidents on record by most estimations.

          Then, in spite of two uninspiring Bush presidencies, yet a third Bush puppet was anointed by the same corrupt Republican establishment, who was supposed to waltz into the White House with little opposition.

          Much to the dismay of the establishment, the people rightfully stood up and rejected yet another Bush dolt running for the presidency. Now Bush senior is acting like a spoiled brat and sore loser. He is petty, small, mean spirited and disloyal to the conservative cause. Even without Trump, Jeb! had no chance to win the nomination.

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        Hey Jason!

        Concerning “the huge number of self-proclaimed conservatives that refused to vote for a conservative” that “got Clinton elected“, we have quite a few friends of liberty today—including readers of this blog— intending to withhold their support for the Republican and vote their pure Libertarian conscience.

        We both know the outcome if there will be enough of them.

        • Jason Calley says:

          I know that Gary Johnson is running, but I have not seen any evidence that he is a libertarian.

          • Frank K. says:

            Gary Johnson will be pulling votes from Hillary as all of the Bernie bros will see him as “Bernie Lite”.

            PS. Tell all of your liberal friends to vote Stein or Johnson, so as to send the establishment a big message this election cycle… :)

  5. Gator69 says:

    So all of this is based upon an unverified Facebook post by some woman. Great sources.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      We should wait to see if he wrote her into his will. Then I may believe he said that. It would be a typical drama like I’ve seen in retirement homes. :)

      • Gail Combs says:

        Never forget the Bush – Rockefeller connection and the Clinton – Rothschild – Rockefeller connection.

        The Bush and Clinton families are second string so they are the ones with their rears hanging in the political breeze.


        Samuel Prescott Bush (October 4, 1863 – February 8, 1948) …was the patriarch of the Bush political family. He was the father of U.S. Senator Prescott Bush, grandfather of former U.S. President George H. W. Bush…

        In 1901, Bush returned to Columbus to be General Manager of Buckeye Steel Castings Company, which manufactured railway parts. The company was run by Frank Rockefeller, the brother of oil magnate John D. Rockefeller, and among its clients were the railroads controlled by E. H. Harriman. The Bush and Harriman families would be closely associated at least until the end of World War II. In 1908, Rockefeller retired and Bush became president of Buckeye, a position he would hold until 1927, becoming one of the top industrialists of his generation….

        In the spring of 1918, banker Bernard Baruch was asked to reorganize the War Industries Board as the U.S. prepared to enter World War I, and placed several prominent businessmen to key posts. Bush became chief of the Ordnance, Small Arms, and Ammunition Section, with national responsibility for government assistance to and relations with munitions companies.[5]

        Bush served on the board of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland (as well as of the Huntington National Bank of Columbus)….

        If you want you can go trolling through all the Wikileaks clinton emails like this one.

        I am just going to post this snyopsis.

        WikiLeaks’ Clinton emails show Rothschild, Rockefeller Partnership

        “I was trying to reach you to tell you and Teddy that I asked Tony Blair to go to Israel as part of our full court press on keeping the Middle East negotiations going…” It is one of the many emails between Hillary Clinton and the de Rothschild family, displaying Clinton’s admiration for the power elite.

        According to The Free Thought Project, who discovered this connection, WikiLeaks’ trove of personal emails sent from her personal server provides hints at a potential “Rockefeller-State partnership.” Clinton’s unwavering admiration for the families, and emails between her and Lynn Forester de Rothschild offer an insight into their partnerships.

        The Rothschild banking family respond to Clinton’s arrangement for Blair to go to the Middle East in 2010, saying, “You are the best, and we remain your biggest fans.”

        In another email, months prior to this, Lynn Forester Rothschild wrote Hillary Clinton saying she’d “love to catch up” – and “I remain your loyal adoring pal.” Clinton responds with a “let’s make that happen,” but admits to a busy schedule….

        It doesn’t stop there with only personal niceties. An email dated March 10, 2012, details a Rockerfeller-State partnership, with an insight into Clinton’s future.

        “I forgot to tell you that Judith Rodin offered you a suite of offices after you leave State for your own use at Rockefeller Fdtn, if you’re interested –with no strings attached. She also said they’d be happy to provide you with a month at their center in Bellagio if you just want to read and write in a beautiful place.”

        Nothing within the emails is overly-damning. But, it does offer an insight into Clinton as the favorite of two elite families, giving some credence to the ‘chosen candidate’ theory,….

  6. RickS says:

    Mentioned by many on more than a few blogs, George H.W. Bush is a very strange person to say the least, I’m not sure if those who claim these things are correct but if so, up strange to severely creepy !

    And I voted for him 2 times !

    I hope and pray that G.W. is not in line with that !!!

    And yes something seems to be changing like maybe a change of/in the guard in really weird ways, all may not seem as is, and then it gets far beyond weird !!!

    Hopefully, not !

  7. R Shearer says:

    Maybe he just wants to get a ride on Broomstick One.

  8. Windsong says:

    Well, when my mom was 92, she did anything my sisters would tell her to do. Including how to fill out her ballot. (We vote by mail in the PNW.)

    Back to Tony’s first descriptor of HRC. I read where HRC missed a high-powered lunch in Chapel Hill, NC, today. Cannot find any reason given for now (about 6:15 pm EDT). I have a query into a cousin who is a retired Democratic official back there, but not a supporter of HRC. Will update if I hear anything back.

  9. It must be the onset of Alzheimer’s disease.

    • TeaPartyGeezer says:

      I think it has mostly to do with Jeb being so soundly defeated in the Primary, on top of Trump’s personal insults. They had high hopes for Jeb, and much invested in him. They can’t move past that. They feel personally rejected by the American public, in addition to feeling personal antipathy for anti-establishment Trump.

  10. Bruce Wallace says:

    This is the Bush that took office as the Soviet Union was falling apart and it looked like the world was rapidly heading towards peace. Then he decides to invade Iraq because they had a disputed border with Kuwait and now the U.S. has been in Middle Eastern wars for a quarter century. By far the dumbest foreign policy decision in U.S. history. If he was voting for me I would seriously look at my proposalschool and change course.

    • Bruce Wallace says:


    • R. Shearer says:

      Iraq invaded Kuwait and annexed it in August 1990. The US responded with Operation Desert Storm which was fully justified. Our military liberated Kuwait and effectively decimated Saddam’s armed forces.

      The real mistake was Gulf War II.

      • gator69 says:

        Gulf War I never ended. We signed a conditional cease fire, not a peace treaty, and Saddam broke that agreement 18 times over 12 years. We had a written obligation to go back and finish the job.

        • RAH says:

          If your going to go to war, you go to crush the enemy no matter how many times the leftist press creates the fiction of a massacre on the “High Ways of Death”.
          The US, importing a large bit of it’s oil from the area at the time, was not going to allow Saddam to take those oil fields and threaten those in Saudi Arabia. Anyone attuned to US and world affairs at the time knew we were going to war when that happened.

          I was home on leave with my family when Saddam invaded. I told my family that the US would be going to war and returned to Ft. Sam Houston early driving over 1,000 mi straight through with only bathroom breaks to start burning up the WATTS lines to try and get the hell out of the training position I was in and go where I knew the action was going to be.

          Turned out every single one of the five SF medics assigned to the course that were physically able to go, were making the similar phone calls. Over the next couple of months we raised so much hell and received so many sets of orders from other commands that the Major General commanding the US Army Health Services Command which we were serving in at the time sent his Adjutant down to our school house. In a meeting he told us “Your here to teach”. Quit having other command send orders for our detachment because the only way any such orders would be signed off on was if those orders were signed by a general officer which outranked his general and then there would be a discussion between the two generals before that happened.

          None of us SF medics went. But our course commander who was an SF qualified physician did get to go for a month as an observer.

          Over the next few months watching the Army Reserve and NG units being mobilized for deployment at Ft. Sam and seeing some of those kids crying about it was beyond frustrating for us would be warriors.

          • gator69 says:

            If your going to go to war, you go to crush the enemy no matter how many times the leftist press creates the fiction of a massacre on the “High Ways of Death”.

            A lesson we should have learned from Vietnam, but somehow didn’t.

  11. Bruce Wallace says:

    Our interference led to us being involved in 25 years of Middle Eastern wars. Iraq invading Kuwait had zero impact on America. And there is no Gulf War 2 without the first one. Bush the younger could never got in there had Gulf 1 never happened.

  12. Bruce Wallace says:

    The Soviet Union had complete control over Eastern Europe for decades and not one US President thought it was in America’s interest to use the military. But Iraq takes Kuwait and it’s the end of the world if the U.S. doesn’the attack. The real mistake was Gulf War 1. It led to 25 years of warfare for nothing. There is no 2006 war had Bush 1 not drug use into a dispute that didn’t concern us.

    • gator69 says:

      See above. Bush was obligated by the terms of our cease fire.

    • RAH says:

      Oh, the US certainly used the military; all three branches of it. Just not offensively and overtly against the Warsaw Pact. WW III was not what any sane person wanted but defeat of the Soviet pact was most certainly what conservative and patriotic Americans wanted and we got it despite the best efforts of the left in the US and free Europe to try and stop it.

  13. Eric Simpson says:

    We need to quit with the rosy revisionism to benefit the old guy. Truth is GHWB was perhaps the worst and most inept Republican president we ever had.

    And remember “read my lips NO NEW TAXES!” Over and over and over Bush Sr said that. And what was nearly the first thing he did when he got in office? Raise taxes. A joke.

    On top of that the global warming Agenda 21 bs was based on crap Bush Sr proposed.

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