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Friday, May 6, 2016

Open Borders Bush Dynasty will not back Trump

Open Borders Asshole Alert

  • The open borders Bush Dynasty does not give a damn about the American people. They are very happy with the Hildebeast in the White House.

(The Texas Tribune)  -  For the first time since his own presidency, George H.W. Bush is planning to stay silent in the race for the Oval Office — and the younger former president Bush plans to stay silent as well.
Bush 41, who enthusiastically endorsed every Republican nominee for the past five election cycles, will stay out of the campaign process this time. He does not have plans to endorse presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump, spokesman Jim McGrath told The Texas Tribune.
A liar not endorsing Trump
is actually a good thing.
“At age 91, President Bush is retired from politics,” McGrath wrote in an email Wednesday. “He came out of retirement to do a few things for Jeb, but those were the exceptions that proved the rule.” His son Jeb Bush dropped out of the GOP presidential race in February. 
Bush 43, meanwhile, "does not plan to participate in or comment on the presidential campaign," according to his personal aide, Freddy Ford.
Bush 41's silence tells its own story.
In 1996, Bush stood by Bob Dole, a longtime political rival, to offer Dole a hearty endorsement in his campaign against President Bill Clinton.
“I’ll do anything Sen. Dole wants me to do — I’ll campaign for him,” Bush said. “My heart lies at this level, the Dole level.”
Bush 41 also campaigned for his son, George W. Bush, in 2000 and 2004.
In 2008, both Bushes came forward to support eventual Republican nominee U.S. Sen. John McCain of Arizona, well before McCain formally clinched the nomination.

And in 2012, at age 87, the elder Bush came out swinging once again for Mitt Romney in a glowing interview on CNN.

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2006 Bush Open Borders
GOP Congressional Candidate Raj Peter Bhakta decided to make an example of the situation at the border by riding an elephant across the Rio Grande as a mariachi band provided music for the event.
TRANSLATION - The borders were wide, wide open under the Bush Dynasty and an open borders GOP Congress.

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