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    Nope, nice guy but we dont need an extended dynasty in America. he shoudl think about Senator not pres
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    The Bushes are a war mongers. The father, while he headed the cia helped to arm saddam hussein and worked closely with noriaga. As vice president he facilititated the sale of arms to itan and the conduct of the cia war against nicaragua. when he became president he launched wars against panama, irag, and sent u.s. troops into Somolia, resulting in the first al quada attack against the u.s. forces. W bush started war based on lies with iraq.

    Both the father and son W claimed to be the opposite in campaigning. The father promising a kinder gentler nation and w saying he was a compassionate conservative. Both were war mongers, butchers of bagdad. Bush will increase wsrs, it is practically in their dna to do so. The granfather supported the third reich. This family should not be returned to the white house.
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    @Dan_Tien No, check it out. Bush sent military on a "humanitarian" mission right before he stepped down. Clinton was president when they were there and the helicopter was shot down Clinto then withdrew.
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    The ONLY reason you sent troops to Somalia was because petroleum geologists thought there might be oil in the north of Somalia. The bush / raygun cabal started the civil war to "destabilise" the country and america could control the entrance to the Red Sea and the Suez Canal. The amurikan army was in the north of the country to protect the geologists. It was everybody else's army that was in the south of the country where the people and the fighting were. The only time you had an excursion into the south of the country was to kill a somali warlord you didn't like. As usual the american army made a complete cock up of the operation (nothing new there)
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    @Dan_Tien Somalia was not wrong. US stepped in for the right reasons. Unfortunately they gave up too soon, Clinton like he admitted later, shouldn't have given up that easily.
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    You are the best example I know of to demonstrate why he shouldn't run I can think of. That's not a hit against you. But it wouldn't matter what kind of president Jeb bush could be there is NO way you will ever give him a chance. I agree he shouldn't run.for another reason than you. I don't want him to run because I want someone to run that you might at least listen to what they have to offer. I don't know enough about Jeb Bush to care one way or another about him. So no need to beat him up for me. Lol.
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    Funny how the Kennedy family, with all it's drugs and drunkenness, womanizing, unexplained deaths and over the top favoritism of the rich and elite get praised...

    .....while the Bush family with all it's drugs and drunkenness, womanizing, unexplained deaths and over the top favoritism of the rich and elite get damned.

    Makes me wonder how anyone could blindly follow either of the idiot parties.
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    @AntiPorcheria - Kennedy's get praised? Sure, but perhaps you haven't seen the volumes of documentaries and articles out there that condemn them...
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    @DogLady_1 - Not by the Liberals/Dems/Progressives et al. The Kennedy name is still a badge of honor. Except to the family of Mary Jo Kopechne.
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    @AntiPorcheria - I'm not sure who put out each of the documentaries that condemn the kennedy's, and I am not sure of their party affiliation. Glad you did that research!
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    @DogLady_1 - I suppose I just take my cues from the Major Media, Speech coverage, downed flight coverage, response to senatorial in put and all that. I would love to see you present some high political strong Dem/Lib/Progressive documentaries that condemn the Kennedy's but that's not the point.

    The point is both sides are full of lies and support for lies and the general public picks a side and gobbles it up.

    To those of us that an see it, it appears to be a huge, disgusting version of Two Parties, One Cup.

    They just take turns feeding it to each other and we continually get screwed.
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    IMO, too many Moderate Republicans have given us a shove off the fiscal cliff along with their RINO complicitors. Same can be said for the New 'Progressive' party, leading us down the path to oblivion. What ever happened to the Eisenhower's, Truman's, JFK's and Reagan's?? What more can go wrong with a bunch of fools trying emulate the 'tooth fairy,'Santa Clause and a Bunch of Socialist, instead of our Founding Fathers?
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    Eisenhower, Truman, Reagan and most definitely JFK would all be called RINOs or communists by you and the rest of the far right in the GOP today. I'm stunned you mentioned JFK, at all.
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    @Zazziness

    Be Stunned -- Unlike the rest of the Kennedy's, JFK was a fiscal conservative and was hardly a Pinko - he was the one who stood up against the USSR in getting their Missiles out of Cuba post haste, OR ELSE!
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    @S-N-A-F-U “If by a "Liberal" they mean someone who looks ahead and not behind, someone who welcomes new ideas without rigid reactions, someone who cares about the welfare of the people-their health, their housing, their schools, their jobs, their civil rights and their civil liberties-someone who believes we can break through the stalemate and suspicions that grip us in our policies abroad, if that is what they mean by a "Liberal", then I'm proud to say I'm a "Liberal.”
    ― John F. Kennedy, Profiles in Courage
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    @S-N-A-F-U Yes he did get those missiles removed form Cuba, but the USSR got a quid pro quo in Turkey and we were the closest to total nuclear in history!
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    @Zazziness

    The Liberals of yore have no resemblence to those of today, they fit a new mold as 'progressives'(Socialist)-- and words don't mean what they used to.

    A person who made the speech in direct opposition of the modern Liberal BIG Government of today -- I doubt the liberals would allow him in the party with the "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country" beliefs.

    "Kennedy, the Fiscal Conservative."
    http://danielsrants.wordpress.com/2010/08/26/...
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    no.i thought his dad was bad.his brother will go down as the worst president in history.he could do alot better than both and still be below average.
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    First is President Jeb, then its Speaker of the House Cleetus, and Defense Secretary Goober. I can hear the faint echoes of banjos and bowed saws in the country breeze....
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    No. He may be the best man on the planet. An absolute saint. A superman. Idk. But his name is Bush and automatically half the nation won't hear a good thing about him. There is no way anyone in the center or left will give him anything. If for no ther reason than they don't want the Bush CROWD coming along with him. That's the problem the republicans have. It's the same people running it and they keep putting the same people up for elections. Or they grab a . Sarah Palin that was woefully unprepared for the national stage. They need to get back to solid conservative principls and quit trying to be a combination of extreme right wing and moderates that comes off as some kind of schitsofrentic mob.
    Something the left should understand about real conservatives is they DON'T hate women. They Don't hate minorities. TheyDONT want people not to have health care. They DON'T want to keep poor people poor. What they DO want is a way to HAVE all those things and PAY for them. They DON'T want the government interfering in every aspect of our lives. What the left does need to do is understand that the BUSH's were NOT. True conservatives at all and that's NOT want conservatives want either. All conservatives want is for people to be able to take care of them selves. They want to give you the tools and help you need to do that. Where they lose people is some people don't want to be self sufficient. That's where I get lost. I can't even understand the thinking. I can only understand self suffiency. Nobody says you only get one chance but you have to keep trying.
    I guess it's the broke vs poor argument. I've been BROKE before but I've never been POOR. I have eten ketchup sandwiches and had no money or anything but I never considered myself poor. Only short on cash for the moment.
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    No. I don't know enough about the man to endorse him. I liked his father, not so much his brother Dubya. Whether it is fair or not, Jeb Bush will be viewed as "New World Order, Part 3".
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    Jeb would have to change his last name to something more popular than Bush if he is to stand a chance at getting elected. What do you think of Jeb E Hemorrhoid? Doesn't stray to far from the original concept of pain in the a&&
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    @LukeVentura You have any idea what jeb's immigration policies are? They look identical to Obama's. He's jumped on the latino to winno bandwagon. The man also believes the governor of the state should be allowed to over rule a families decision to pull the plug. Remember Terry Shiavo? Run Jeb and we'll all be reminded of her. Thankfully the supreme court ruled it unconstitutional almsot immediately. Turns out she was brain dead and he was on the wrong side of an issue he had no business sticking his nose in bud couldn't resist the press. Jeb is garbage. Up to and including making sure his brother won in 2000 when the votes weren't there.
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    No, I will never vote for Jeb Bush. Anyone remember the the brain damaged woman in a nursing home some years ago when Jeb Bush was Governor of Florida? She was publicly murdered and/or euthanized by her husband. Jeb Bush sat on his posterity with thumbs inserted in both ends and did not know what to do. Oh, the Federal Judges. I forgot. Well, let the the Federal Judges run America. What do we need him for?
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    We had eight years of hell (2000-2008) thanks to George Bush and, unless the Republicans do A LOT of changing, something tells me we'll stay Democratic for awhile now. Some folks think Obama is trying to be king--well, three Bushes (and 24 years) seems more kingly. Stay home, Mr. Bush.
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    NO..NO...NO...NO...NO...not another Bush. No more Dick Cheney, Condeleezza Rice, Donald Rumsfeld, Alberto Gonzales, etc, no more neocons, we done that, it didn't work.
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    I would love to see Jeb Bush on the Republican ticket. That would keep Marco Rubio off the ticket, and Rubio has a much better chance against Hillary Clinton.
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