Former President George H. W. Bush can teach Donald Trump a thing or two about handling conflicts of interest.
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Trump’s inauguration is becoming one of the biggest jokes in presidential history, and it hasn’t even happened yet.
This is so bad, it’s almost funny.
For a former Republican president to do this says a lot about the presidential race.
The GOP is imploding before our very eyes.
Jeb wants everyone to know that Barbara Bush is “not as great as everybody thinks she is.”
Robertson is essentially the imaginary chair of the Jeb Bush fan club. Too bad that won’t help with Jeb’s financial woes.
This needs to be shown to all modern-day Republicans immediately…
Jeb Bush is hoping his daddy can bail him out now, shortly after 3 of his top fundraisers left his campaign.
Former Vice-President Dick Cheney and President Bush birthed the “Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant” [ISIL], which is the greatest threat in the Middle East at the moment. How? The Cheney/Bush regeme created the fertile grounds with an unnecessary war in Iraq. It was just a matter of time before […]
George H.W. Bush Appointed Federal Judge Tells Supreme Court To ‘Shut The F**k Up’ After Hobby Lobby Ruling
“As the kids says, it is time for the Court to stfu.”
Bush Sr. said about himself, ‘I’m not one who flamboyantly believes in throwing a lot of words around.’ But a picture speaks a thousand words anyway.
Does anyone REALLY want to see pictures of former President George Bush painting?
Defending tax cuts for the rich because raising rates on the top 2% would, supposedly, be bad for the economy isn’t just ethically squishy, it’s also just plain bad economics.
Bartlett found himself watching his political movement suffer a form of dementia and could do nothing to stop it.
Trickle-down economics doesn’t work short-term, unless you happen to be very wealthy. It doesn’t work long-term at all.
Another member of the Bush family is jumping into the political arena. George Prescott Bush filed paperwork to run for Texas office in 2014.
Eric Cantor, just committed a mortal sin in the church of conservatism: He told the truth.
Bush remembers his Presidency as ‘Awesome,’ we remember it as a long nightmare, one we should never forget, even though we’d like to.