Just when the Republican Party appeared to be coalescing(if ever so reluctantly!) behind Donald J. Trump as the party nominee for the 2016 presidential elections, a failed relic from the primary season is doing his damnedest to avenge his own bitter political fortunes by inciting a revolution that could install Hillary Clinton, AKA, Crooked Hillary, as the 45th president of these once great United States.
Hillary would, of course, bring along her perjury-tainted, morally -deviant husband, former President Bill Clinton, to the Oval Office to serve as the nation’s first male spouse of a president, AND first spouse of either gender to have been impeached by the US Congress and disbarred for lying to the US Supreme Court!
Given the fragile, fractured state of the Union after eight cataclysmic years of tyranny and Islamic terrorist butt kissing under Barack Hussein Obama, a Hillary Clinton presidency might be the final nail in the coffin of the great American experiment.
Which might bring about the following dreary tombstone: RIP America, 1776-2016: A 240 year run by the most successful form of self-governance in human history!
Jeb Bush is well aware of what is at stake in November. Still, he persists in tearing down America’s last great hope(The Donald) which if Jeb succeeds, would, in effect, facilitate a fatal third term for the Obama travesty.
As reported, the Jeb Bush “vision” for America is:
Having lost the presidential primary in dramatic fashion against Donald Trump, the man originally considered a front runner for the GOP candidacy, Jeb Bush, laid out his “vision” to reclaim the Republican Party from Donald Trump’s “nativist rhetoric.” Picking the Washington Post as his chosen op-ed venue, Bush said that Trump does not represent the future of the GOP or what it stands for.
“While he has no doubt tapped into the anxiety so prevalent in the United States today, I do not believe Donald Trump reflects the principles or inclusive legacy of the Republican Party. And I sincerely hope he doesn’t represent its future.”
So far, the people have disagreed.
Quoted by The Hill, Bush added that “Trump’s abrasive, Know Nothing-like nativist rhetoric has blocked out sober discourse about how to tackle America’s big challenges,” he added. Rebuilding the trust in American government, the Florida governor said, “requires that we be the catalysts that lead to change.”
Bush, originally a favorite to win the GOP’s presidential primary, dropped out of the race in February. Trump, who delighted in attacking Bush on the campaign trail, will become the party’s nominee next week at the Republican National Convention.”
If the Jeb anti-Trump tirade sounds like sour grapes, that is because that is exactly what it is!
After all, Jeb Bush came into the 2016 primary season as the heavy favorite to be the GOP nominee, bolstered by a donor-financed war chest of over $100 million with which to fund the “Jeb Can Fix It” and equally hideous campaign ads.
One of the greatest of Jeb Bush’s failures was his inability to accept the fact that millions of patriotic Americans are stridently opposed to policies which pander to, and encourage, the invasion of America by illegal aliens, who ignore our borders, defy the rule of law, and make a mockery of American sovereignty while weakening national security and US culture, AND costing American taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollar each year to subsidize foreigners who have no legal or moral basis for being here!
Bush’s “blind spot” on illegal aliens was highlighted by his truly childish spiel which held that illegals come to the US because of “Love” for family, and not out of raw greed or worship of Dinero!
Much to the credit of American voters, the Jeb Bush nonsense about “Love” was soundly rejected by patriots, as was the argument that illegals deserve special treatment and warm welcomes in honor of their criminal behavior.
By sticking to his absurd ideas on illegal aliens, Bush made Donald Trump look smart and a true conservative when it comes to law and order!
Jeb Bush has apparently NOT learned anything from his failed presidential campaign.
We, therefore, trust that his ill-advised campaign to “Reclaim the GOP” will meet the same fate as his primary campaign, and thus will soon be vanquished.
Perhaps then Jeb Bush will be forced to accept the fact that his ideas are not in sync with the wishes and hopes of a vast majority of Americans?
John W. Lillpop
Pine Grove, California