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Jeb Bush * GO AWAY Jeb!!
Jeb Bush declines Iowa Freedom Summit
January 1, 2015 - Jeb Bush has declined an invitation to speak at a political event organized by immigration critics.
Jeb Bush hates Patriots, TEA party conservatives who love the U.S. Constitution.
Jeb Bush likes Commie Core to teach LIES to schoolkids.
Iowa is home of the nation's first presidential caucuses.
Bush is one of the GOP's most vocal advocates for comprehensive immigration reform.
King generally opposes such efforts.
2016 CAMPAIGN TRAIL
Jeb FINALLY quit Feb.20, 2016
TEA Party news * TAXED ENUF ALREADY!
As long as Jeb is running, I guess I have to put up a thread AGAINST him!
George Bush family
HARBINGER WARNINGS - Isaiah 9 prophecy
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ZionsCRY NEWS with prophetic analysis
Lots of TOL threads on Jeb to choose from!
How Will Jeb Bush Handle the 'Catholic Question' on the Campaign Trail?
A new poll shows the former governor of Florida, brother of President Bush 43 and son of President Bush 41, leading the field of potential 2016 Republican presidential candidates. The poll comes just as Pope Francis is moving assertively, and some might say clumsily, on the public policy front, inspiring the deal between Havana and Washington to renew full diplomatic relations and preparing a papal encyclical on climate change.
Over the weekend, one of the shrewdest editors in American journalism, Matt Drudge, was linking to a Breitbart rewrite of a 2013 Miami Herald story. The Breitbart and Drudge headlines were about Jeb Bush’s admiration for the legislative tactics of President Lyndon Johnson, but the stories also carried Bush’s comments linking Bush’s position on the immigration issue to the teaching of his own Catholic Church. In his 2013 speech at Saint Leo University, Bush said, according to the Herald’s account, “To me — and I’m here at this great Catholic institution and this is what my church teaches me — it is completely un-American to require people living in the shadows.”
Anyone worried that Pope Francis’s outspoken liberalism will sway Bush away from conservative principles may be reassured by the former Florida governor’s statement reacting to President Obama’s renewal of full diplomatic relations with Cuba. Bush denounced the deal as “ill-advised,” a “foreign-policy misstep” that “undermines America’s credibility and undermines the quest for a free and democratic Cuba.” The statement was framed as a criticism of President Obama, but implicit in it was a distancing from the foreign policy of Pope Francis.
Bush is hardly the only potential 2016 presidential candidate who may face questions about Pope Francis. Other Catholic Republicans include a former senator from Pennsylvania, Rick Santorum; a senator from Florida, Marco Rubio; the party’s 2012 vice presidential nominee, Paul Ryan, and the governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie. On the Democratic side, Andrew Cuomo and Vice President Biden are both Catholics.
As the candidates and the campaigns formulate their responses to questions from the public and the press about the pope, they’ll want to look to three places.
The first place is the Constitution, which in its text — not even in an amendment, but right there in Article VI — says that “no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States.” That’s been read, correctly, in my view, as an emphatic suggestion that voters select officeholders using criteria other than a candidate’s religious beliefs or practices.
The second place is history, and in particular to the tale of our only Catholic president, John Kennedy, surmounting anti-Catholic bigotry to win the Democratic nomination and the general election in 1960. Harry Truman’s reported quip about John Kennedy and Ambassador Joseph Kennedy — “It’s not the pope I’m afraid of, it’s the pop” — may resonate with Republican voters who haven’t forgiven Jeb Bush’s father, George H.W. Bush, for raising income-tax rates.
The third place to seek guidance on these matters is conscience. For most modern American adults, religion is a matter not of blind obedience but of independent choice — choice of the sort that Jeb Bush himself made in becoming a Catholic as an adult. Religion may inform politics on general matters such as human dignity or even on specifics such as immigration or support for vouchers that would allow students to escape public schools to attend parochial schools. But it won’t always dictate a politician’s decisions on issues such as Cuba or climate change, where a Vatican view might conflict either with political reality or with a candidate’s sincerely held ideology or longstanding policy positions.
If Jeb Bush manages to articulate this third point in a way that makes sense, it may even attract some voters who see how it can apply beyond religion, to other institutions and leaders that deserve respect but also the skepticism of independent thinking. Like, say, the political parties and their platforms themselves, which in certain circles approach their own quasi-religious status. It may seem like wishful thinking, but if there were ever a time for that, it’s now — the campaign is just getting under way.
Jeb Bush's Response To Florida Allowing Gay Marriage Is Far From Radical
AP Jeb Bush speaking in January 2014. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) doesn't seem like he's going to tack to the far right as he moves forward with a potential presidential campaign.
In a statement released late Monday afternoon, Bush reacted to his home state allowing same-sex marriages by sympathizing with the gay couples "who are seeking greater legal protections," according to The New York Times.
"We live in a democracy, and regardless of our disagreements, we have to respect the rule of law," Bush said. "I hope that we can show respect for the good people on all sides of the gay and lesbian marriage issue – including couples making lifetime commitments to each other who are seeking greater legal protections."
In a line that appears to reiterate his opposition to same-sex marriage, Bush also urged respect for " those of us who believe marriage is a sacrament and want to safeguard religious liberty."
According to NBC News, a judge ruled Monday that Florida's ban on gay marriage was unconstitutional. The state will become the 36th to legalize same-sex marriages.
Although some hailed Bush's mild statement as a step forward for Republicans who do not wish to prioritize social issues in the national political debate, Florida's Democratic Party announced it was not impressed.
"Jeb Bush remains as out of touch as ever with Floridians and voters nationwide on the civil rights issue of our time," the party's chair, Allison Tant, said in a statement. "Bush championed these discriminatory policies as governor, and it's a shame that he remains determined to stand for the forces of bigotry."
More and more every day Jeb Bush is a CURSE on America!
You shall not lie with a male as with a woman, it is an abomination.
And you shall not lie with any animal, it is perversion.
Do not make yourselves unclean by any of these things, for by all these the nations I am driving out before you have become unclean, and the land became unclean, so that I punished its iniquity,
and the land vomited out its inhabitants.
But you shall keep my statutes and my rules and do none of these abominations, either the native or the stranger who sojourns among you (for the people of the land, who were before you, did all of these abominations, so that the land became unclean), lest the land vomit you out when you make it unclean, as it vomited out the nation that was before you.
For everyone who does any of these abominations, the persons who do them shall be cut off from among their people.
iniquity is CHOSEN SIN
America not only permits same sex sex, it has promoted and legalized it.
Same sex sex and rape were the SIN of Sodom whom GOD destroyed - and YES THAT was the SIN of Sodom - much as some want to claim the city was simply unfriendly.
CPAC attendees walk out on Jeb Bush
February 27, 2015 - Scores of CPAC attendees began to file out as soon as Jeb Bush started speaking. They chanted “USA, USA” and “Stand with Rand.”
Bush refused to back down from his positions on illegals and Common Core.
Sadly, Jeb could very well get the GOP nom(b/c the other candidates could cancel themselves out, just like in 2012 when Romney won it) - then 2016 will have one liberalism candidate vs another(Hillary).
Then again, Obama is likely this country's last President.
CPAC 2015 Straw Poll
25.7 Sen. Rand Paul
21.4 Gov. Scott Walker
11.5 Sen. Ted Cruz
11.4 Dr. Ben Carson
8.3 Jeb Bush
4.3 Rick Santorum
Senator Rand Paul won the Conservative Political Action Conference straw poll for the third year in a row in Maryland. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker came in just 4 points behind. He delivered one of the conference's best-received speeches, laying out his vision for the economy and drawing enthusiastic applause.
CPAC represents a small but vocal faction of the Republican party, and the voters tend to be younger and libertarian leaning.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush ONLY drew 8% - he is NOT AMERICAN with his commie views!
He was bood by some.
Jeb Bush, Scott Walker hit N.H.
March 12, 2015 - Jeb Bush and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker considering a 2016 run for the White House to New Hampshire tomorrow for meetings that could make or break their campaigns. New Hampshire electorate favors Jeb Bush. ://www.bostonherald.com/news_opinion/us_politics/2015/03/first_impressions_key_as_jeb_bush_scott_walker_hit_nh
Jeb Bush shocked he's not already President
June 12, 2015 - People call Jeb a closeted liberal.
Hey! He is very openly liberal, supporting evil commie core!
Jeb Bush backers and informed Republicans described Jeb as overly optimistic, even haughty.
JEB picks his nose
*YAWN* Jeb Bush enters race
June 15, 2015 - Jeb is no different than Hellary Clinton.
Jeb Bush, former Governor of Florida, will officially launch his bid to become President of the United States. So far he has tried to play down his family name, but could it prove useful.
Born John Ellis "Jeb" Bush February 11, 1953
Served as the 43rd Governor of Florida from 1999 to 2007.
Bush is the second son of former President George H. W. and Barbara Bush,
and the younger brother of former President George W. Bush.
He grew up in Houston, Texas. He graduated from the Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts and attended the University of Texas, where he earned a degree in Latin American affairs.
During his 8 years as governor, Jeb was credited with initiating environmental improvements, such as conservation in the Everglades, supporting caps for medical malpractice litigation, moving Medicaid recipients to private systems, and instituting reforms to the state education system, including the issuance of vouchers and promoting school choice.
It'll be Hillary vs Jeb in 2016 - the whole thing with Donald Trump now is nothing more than temporary bread and circuses.
GWB dont like Ted Cruz
October 20, 2015 FAMILY HONOR - Former President George W. Bush ripped into Texas Senator Ted Cruz at a weekend gathering of donors to his brother Jeb's presidential campaign. GWB said of Cruz, I just don't like the guy, at the event in Denver.
Bush said he did not like Cruz's alliance with Donald Trump. He said he found it 'opportunistic' that Cruz was sucking up to Trump. The first words out of GWBs mouth Sunday were that Jeb is going to earn the nomination, win the election, and be a great President. Jeb Bush is polling in single digits, and he has cut back on campaign spending.
Cruz said its no surprise that President Bush is supporting his brother.
Ted Cruz response to W’s criticism was classy. He essentially said that he worked on W’s campaign in 2000 and he met his wife Heidi while doing that and that he is grateful to W.
GO WAY JEB
Jeb cuts pay for staffers
October 23, 2015 - Jeb's advisers, under pressure from their donors and from falling and stagnant poll numbers, came to the conclusion that a course correction was essential.
Jeb Bush is slashing pay across the board, removing some senior staff from the payroll, parting ways with some consultants, and downsizing its Miami headquarters.
The campaign is also cutting back 45 percent of its budget, except for dollars earmarked for TV ads.
WHAT KILLED JEB?
October 25, 2015 - Jeb Bush's own arrogance killed him. His utter contempt for the traditional GOP voters. His support for Commie Core in schools - which CHANGES the history of the USA! There is still leftover contempt for 43 in the media. Conspiracists know the NWO globalist elite wanted another Bush-Clinton ticket. Dear Lord Jesus Christ PLEASE PLEASE indict Hellary! I cant stand the thot of her bald faced LIES any more!
Donald Trump and the Bush
October 25, 2015 NYTimes - Papa Bush said - I’m getting old at just the right time.
Former President George Bush (41) sees his son and the GOP, Republican Party sharply off script. The Bush family helped sustain a political dynasty that began with the Senate victory by Prescott Bush in Connecticut 63 years ago. They have watched the rise of Donald Trump with alarm, and seen how Jeb Bush has languished despite his political pedigree and campaign money. Donald Trump reminds 41 of Ross Perot.
O come on! 41 isnt stunned and neither is 43.
Jeb Bush FINALLY quits!!!
Feb 21, 2016 - Jeb Bush withdrew from the presidential race after his loss in South Carolina.
The people of Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina have spoken.
Jeb Bush failed to win or even place third in any of the first three GOP contests.
So ends the arrogant 'I can win WITHOUT the base' campaign of yeb.
Donald Trump wins S.Carolina
Feb 21, 2016 - Donald Trump won the South Carolina primary, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio fought for second place. Trump predicted success *March 1 in upcoming states like Nevada, Georgia, and Texas.
Jeb Bush quit, tucked his tail between his legs and went home where he belongs.
Super Tuesday tornado outbreak: deadliest in 23 years
February 06, 2008 Dr. Jeff Masters - The 2008 Super Tuesday Tornado Outbreak was the deadliest tornado outbreak in the past 23 years. Violent tornadoes rampaged across the South, killing 52 people, injuring hundreds, and destroying thousands of buildings.
The last time tornadoes killed so many was May 31, 1985. What is really unusual about the Super Tuesday Outbreak is that it occurred in early February.
* March 1, 2016 is super Tuesday, several states balloting.
On Super Tuesday years ago when Hellary Clinton ran,
there was a terrible tornado outbreak in eastern USA.
Will GOD send more tornadoes to WARN USA again?
Bush dynasty over
After Jeb Bush suspended his bid for president, there was much gleeful chatter that the Bush dynasty was finally over. These accounts appear to overlook Jeb's son George Prescott Bush.
The Fall of the House of Bush
Feb 22, 2016 - That plummeting sound you hear is the fall of the House of Bush. It lasted well over 30 years. Unfortunately for them, it is not falling silently. Yebby never shuda run, he only made a fool of himself. The embarrassment of the Bush family will be difficult for that proud and patriotic family.
Jeb's doomed 2016 campaign
My people are destroyed from lack of knowledge.
Because you have rejected knowledge, I also reject you as my priests,
because you have ignored the law of your God, I also will ignore your children.
2016 CAMPAIGN TRAIL
GOP snobs not attending convention
July 9, 2016 Pat Buchanan - Pat Buchanan said GOP globalist elites will not attend convention because Donald Trump is against them on trade, immigration, and foreign policy. Trump is an AMERICAN, they arent.
The 2 George Bushs, Mitt Romney and John McCain will not be attending. No loss.
Buchanan said America is divided as it has never been divided, words like racist, sexist, homophobe are hurled around on television every day. We are not one people and one nation the way we were in 1960 under Eisenhower.
The in Washington DC is incompetent, its system is rigged, and we are being pulled away from the center.
All who do NOT vote Trump HATE AMERICA. We will NOT - EVER - have another chance to save this nation. If Trump is not in the whitehouse in January - America is gone forver
President Donald Trump!
Dec 6, 2016 - Former Florida governor Jeb Bush will act as a consultant for the lobbying firm Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney. The firm has offices in Florida and New York, Washington and Philadelphia. It lobbies governments on behalf of industries including finance, health care, energy and education. Bush will act as a consultant to the firm and its clients through his own consulting firm, Jeb Bush & Associates.