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I don’t think we want Jeb Bush as President

August 23, 2015

As Jeb Bush tries to redefine himself, he’s having to struggle with coming to grips that a lot of folks don’t want another Bush, another establishment Republican along the likes of John Boehner and Mitch McConnell. Now, that could be a bit presumptuous considering Jeb was simply a state governor and not a national politician. You know, like his brother until he won the presidency.

I don’t think we need another Bush in the White House. As the saying goes, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. The Bush family has had their chances at doing something great for America and what did we get as a result? The Patriot Act. Massive debt. Massive government deficits. Not to mention a “broken immigration” system which has played right into the hands of the current occupier of the White House. And Jeb says, “We need to fix our broken immigration system for God’s sake!” Well Jeb, I for one don’t think you will do that. Jeb thinks simply granting amnesty for millions of illegals is the fix. I believe we went down that road before.

I sincerely believe Ted Cruz is the best man for the job. I know, I know, he might not be eligible becasue of his citizenship status.

Folks, we’re not the ones who get to decide that. Just like we didn’t get to decide whether Obama was eligible or not. If Cruz gets the nomination, he’ll have my absolute support and vote.

I have to say Donald Trump has brought back some dignity and genuine hope to us and America. We’ve been incredibly suffering under the heavy hand of Barack Obama’s massive power grabs and blatant disregard for the Constitution.

Trump at least has brought us back to the reality that the fat lady isn’t singing just yet over the United States. That there are people of influence and power, who given the opportunity, will protect America and faithfully execute the laws of the land.

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One side note. While we’re focusing on the chaos being thrown at us with the Hillary thing and the Republican presidential contenders let’s not forget what next month is … be vigilant.

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  1. August 23, 2015 2:37 pm

    “Folks, we’re not the ones who get to decide that. “. . .I TOTALLY disagree. We’re the ONLY ones who will decide that and we decide it by refusing to vote for Cruz or any other ineligible candidate. . .PERIOD! Nominate Cruz and we will lose the general election to the socialists. Please don’t do that!

    Be Well & 73,

    Paul – K5PRS

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    • August 23, 2015 4:02 pm

      I expected to get some difference of opinion. That’s what makes America great. Regardless, Ted Cruz is hands down the best candidate we conservatives have, and I think it’s arrogant to not support him if he wins the nomination. I’m not sure if you got my point beyond that I’ll support Cruz if he’s nominated. If he is nominated and there are a lot of folks not supporting him because they question his citizenship … then yeah, I will agree with you … we’ll have Hillary or Biden in the White House. After the last seven years of the fraud-in-chief … I’ve had enough.
      I’m wondering how the “We’ll decide who eligible” worked out seven years ago?

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    • August 23, 2015 4:19 pm

      I’m sorry but as for … ““Folks, we’re not the ones who get to decide that. “. . .I TOTALLY disagree. We’re the ONLY ones who will decide that …. ”

      It seems that somebody has bought into the notion that votes count in elections just like they always did. But that is something the power structure wants us to believe and it just isn’t true anymore. What gets people elected these days is either one of the following or a combination of the following … but it sure as heck isn’t the traditional individual vote cast at a polling place like it once was in the History of our nation:

      The elctive factors today are: (1) Who spends the most money on electioneering, (2) The Electoral College who gives away votes so that somebody can get the most of them, (3) Citizens United with its unlimited resources of cash to spend on elections or (4) The Supreme Court who has taken upon itself the privilege of “Crowning and Coronating” presidents when the election seems to be going against the tide of those with the big bucks …. Take the election of 2000 as the example.

      Cry and Howl has it correct … We are NOT the ones who decide that …. not anymore we aren’t!

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    August 23, 2015 4:58 pm

    Well, opposite opinions. Besides what makes country great is that what makes this blog great. Nobody calls each other a skank, skunk, or worse. Heh, heh. Hope it will keep on keeping on. Year to go and a little more.
    At this point in time I’d just say who I’d call ineligible. Anyone who will not wear a lapel pin American Flag on suit, not cross their heart and hope to die, nor not say and mean to a dotted i and crossed t the U.S. Pledge of Allegiance. Them’s that’s that, is is and they’re was was in my book.
    Of course I got more, but that’s a start.

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