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Saturday, November 5, 2016

The Turnip

The Bush Family is officially supporting Hillary Clinton

Bill Whittle asks whether it's better to support Hillary Clinton or a Turnip (vegetable). 


The George H. W. Bush family feel that Trump wants to undo all that they have done in the effort to create a "one world government". Hillary, on the other hand, supports that agenda. I am not shooting from the hip, that's what the Bush family is saying. It's not about Jeb!, it's about the policies of America First that has them most disturbed.

Make of the actions of the Bush family as you may.  I think that the election of Hillary Clinton as president will have dire consequences.

Some of you think that Trump will not make to inauguration if elected - and Mike Pence would be the next president. It's a scenario. It's more likely that if Hillary was elected that we'll end up with Tim Kaine as Commander-in-Chief (sort of Biden without the brain power...if that's possible). It's that kind of election season.

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  1. I think the primary force behind the Bush family is 41's ol' ball 'n chain, Barbara Bush. Babs is the one who thinks this One World thing is what we all want, and is likely behind Dubya's 'compassion doesn't stop at the Rio Grande' idiocy.

    I suspect that Babs would prefer Hillary Clinton as POTUS, since she is not inclined to topple all of the shitty trade deals, alliances and other One World disasters that she and her progeny set up as their legacy.

    That's my hunch.

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    1. The One Worlders may have started back with old Preston Bush. George HW always favored that and his presence on the Reagan ticket coddled the anti-Reagan One Worlders. I don't know what Barbara's role was.

      Clearly Trump wants to un-do their life's work and make America great again...but you're asking yourself, "how does that help Pakistan?"

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    2. Yeah, LL. That's exactly what I am asking myself. If every damn Paki disappeared from the face of the earth this very second, we would all be better off.

      And I am not really that familiar with Preston, I understand he was a blue blood, one of those that stuck his pinkie out when he tossed down his snifters of brandy in the smoke filled back rooms. But I certainly have watched Babs in action. She's a One Worlder of the First Order.

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    3. I'm not keen on any of them, much less the retarded baby son, Jeb!, who thought himself entitled to lead us. I'm glad that Trump pulled his pants down on national TV. The rest of the family must have been aghast.

      There is a lot of hubris in the Bush Family. I have mixed emotions when it comes to George W. I like him personally, but feel that he was swayed by people who do not have America's best interests at heart.

      Ask yourself how somebody could so piss off the nation that their successor was Barack Hussein Obama, a huckster, son and grandson of communists, who never held a real job and always held hatred in his heart for Americans. A man who hoped to "fundamentally change America"...

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    4. I agree with both of you. Even though I still have some affection for GW, he's far too entrenched in his Globalist, NWO family that probably goes back to Preston, for him to be of any good use politically. I especially loathe his father, GHWB, and I'm quite sure the globalists forced him onto Reagan's ticket as a sleeper assassin to fight Reagan tooth and nail and aid all the rest of the globalists in Reagan's cabinet. A few years ago I took GHWB's memoir, written with Brent Scowcroft, that I'd paid good money for, and literally threw that weighty tome into the garbage can.

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    5. Hillary is just another in a long line. I've heard theorists say that Trump is one of "them" but I don't believe it. Neither is Pence. They're nationalists and Americans and that's what we need now.

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  2. Pence would be better than Kaine. But they don't care that Kaine has no brain power. He's more malleable that way.
    I just pray that Trump does indeed win; even though I expect Obama would then declare martial law and a 'rigged election'.

    I am afraid there will be a Constitutional crisis no matter who wins; but for certain if Killary wins.

    We have insanely decided to go see Number One son in NC. Leaving the day after election. We just put the spare fuel tank in our truck again. Just in case.

    Be safe and God bless you all.

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    1. Drive carefully, plan for the worst, hope for the best.

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  3. Remember how the NWO was just this nutty conspiracy theory? Not so much.

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    1. I never thought that the NWO was a nutty conspiracy theory. It's obviously not nearly as transparent as they'd hoped and when you look at BREXIT, in particular, not as easy to sell to the little people as they'd hoped.

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    2. Our betters think that we're pretty stupid, LSP. I hope that we don't prove them right.

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  4. I'm preparing myself for the worst, I refuse to get my hopes up. I don't know if that makes me a pessimist, I think its being real.

    I was going to come home from work on Tuesday (if the terrorists don't have anything to say about that), workout, eat, and go to bed. I don't know if I can watch, or listen, or surf...

    That being said, I live in a blue state, and I just got back from a blue state - the ratio of lawn signs was 99-1, Trump to Her. Obviously I travel in red areas, but its not even close. Maybe she's not spending any money on signs, maybe she's not spending any money on signs in blue states?

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    1. It's the same thing in California. No enthusiasm for Hillary but the Dems win here in statewide elections.

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  5. Some in Colorado have long memories about the Bushes and the Silverado Savings and Loan debacle. This is one person who trusts no banker, at any level, ever. From the local level to the international level,they eat the bread others make.

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    1. That was the appeal of the movie, Hell or High Water (https://youtu.be/23-f8TKVXvs)

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    2. Both sides of my family lived with similar situations going back to the late 1800's.

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    3. I'm with you on that, WSF. I'll never trust a Bush again, and Silverado was just the first glimmer of that distrust.

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  6. Most of the people on the Left and the Bush's want to tear us down to make things equal around the world, and not bring the rest of the world up to our caliber.

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    1. I'm all for "FAIR" trade. That's not what we have. The one-world-social justice-warriors do not have America's best interests at heart. And we need to invite them to leave and sew evil seeds elsewhere.

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  7. This is a very interesting read, mostly takes place before Clinton presidency. Hard to put down- the comments at amazon have the brief on it. Has a lot of back story on the clinton and bush families. .
    "Compromise"-Clinton, Bush and the CIA.
    By Terry Reed.
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1561712493/ref=x_gr_w_bb_sout?ie=UTF8&tag=x_gr_w_bb_sout-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1561712493&SubscriptionId=1MGPYB6YW3HWK55XCGG2

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    1. Compromised is the true story of Bill Clinton’s political sell-out to the CIA.
      Clinton’s unbridled political ambitions and his campaign pledge to create "jobs for Arkansans" led him to compromise his ideals in exchange for CIA support in his bid for the Presidency.

      He permitted the "Agency" to use Arkansas factories to make untraceable weapons and he allowed CIA contract agents to train Contra pilots on rural airstrips in support of the war in Nicaragua – effectively evading the Congressional ban on military aid to the Contras.


      As far as I know, that's true. I haven't read the book but I'm familiar with the situation with Reed. I could go into details but in effect, Clinton and more especially Gore, had a very good relationship with the CIA. Gore always feared that he'd be eliminated, which was nonsense - never-the-less it is true. The Obama CIA has been an agency in decline in several areas, as one would expect.

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  8. Got to vote for the Turnip today! Woo hoo!

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    1. We need to a legacy behind for our children - and it's not a legacy of Hillary Clinton and the beasts who roam the halls inside of the Beltway these days. https://youtu.be/6c5BMg78mh8

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