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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Jeb Bush attacks "right-wing" Republicans

Is Jeb Bush Nuts?
Jeb Bush in a delusional rant against so-called "Conservatives" for not being bipartisan enough with Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi.

A rant against "Conservatives"  -  is Bush mentally ill?
  • Congressional Republicans have failed to cut even one penny in spending giving Democrats everything they want.  Where exactly have Republicans opposed Democrats?
  • GOP Moderates are have won the 7th Presidential nomination in a row and they are still upset that Conservatives even exist.

Former Governor Jeb Bush of Florida said his father, George Bush, and Ronald Reagan would find themselves out of step with today’s Republican Party because of its strict adherence to ideology and the intensity of modern partisan warfare reports the New York Times.
What the Bush family really
stands for.

“Ronald Reagan would have, based on his record of finding accommodation, finding some degree of common ground, similar to my dad, they would have had a hard time if you define the Republican Party — and I don’t — as having an orthodoxy that doesn’t allow for disagreement,”  Bush said at question-and-answer session with reporters and editors held Monday morning in Manhattan by Bloomberg View.       
“Back to my dad’s time or Ronald Reagan’s time,” he said, “they got a lot of stuff done with a lot of bipartisan support that right now would be difficult to imagine happening.”
Bush went on to praise his father’s 1990 deficit-reduction deal, which drew the lasting ire of his party’s fiscal hawks for its tax increases.
One has to wonder about the mental health of Bush. 
The U.S. is bankrupt.  Federal Big Government spending is at record levels.  Republicans have done next to nothing to end the insanity.  But in Jeb Bush's fantasy world that is not enough.  Republicans need to be even more bipartisan with the Socialist Democrats.   
(New York Times)

The Bush family and the failed policies GOP Big Government Socialism
The policies of the Bush family are all about growing centralized Big Government.  The modern GOP has used the Bill of Rights as a doormat. 
What voters do not understand is the Republican Party is a Big Government Socialist Party along the lines of the UK Conservative Party or Germany's Christian Democrats. The GOP only wants to grow Socialism more slowly than Democrats.

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