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Mar 05 2013

Jeb Bush Steers Course for Oblivion

If you want to find the worst enemies of the conservative cause, don’t look to the White House, Congress’s demented Progressive Caucus, or Soros-funded moonbat think tanks. You can only do limited damaged from without. To really destroy something, you need to rot it from within, as liberals have done to churches and Democrats have done to America. Teaming up with Clint Bollocks I mean Bolick of the Goldwater Institute, the archetypal RINO Jeb Bush shows how it’s done by proclaiming that Asians vote Democrat because the GOP is racist against them:

The statement is as pernicious as it is preposterous. Bollocks’s claim that massive Mexican welfare colonization will turn Arizona blue only because Republicans attempted to restrain illegal immigration isn’t any better.

Thanks to mealy-mouthed, checkered pants–wearing moderates like every Republican presidential candidate since Reagan, the GOP bus is going off the bridge. If we can’t wrest the wheel away from these idiots in the immediate future, it will be time for conservatives to jump out and let it crash without us.

On a tip from Just TheTip. Hat tip: Gateway Pundit.

34 Responses to “Jeb Bush Steers Course for Oblivion”

  1. Flu-Bird says:

    Jeb Bush joins the LEMMING PARTY along with many demacrats including OBAMA

  2. Sydney Vicious says:

    “If we can’t wrest the wheel away from these idiots in the immediate future, it will be time for conservatives to jump out and let it crash without us.”


  3. Antisocialist says:

    Aye the coca addict is dead, so will Venezuela become normal or will they vote in another insane coca addict like Chavez?

    Classic coca paranoia speech:

  4. Wilberforce says:

    Jeb Bush.

    Y’know, if I were a prog, I would send money to the GOP thanking it for writing all of my commercials, bumper stickers, t-shirts, etc. for the mid-terms and 2016. It’s almost as if they’ve been infiltrated.

  5. marcus tullius cicero says:

    Yes my friend, Republicans are their worst enemies.

  6. Laurie says:

    Nice to see that the truth is finally sinking into the heads of the Moonbattery staff. I’ve been saying this for at least two years: The Republicans are in on it. Their job is to set themselves up as losers so the Democrats always win:

    The RNC has so far put up two losers for president: John “Juan” McCain and Mittens the Kitten Romney. Both fought hard to get the nomination and then rolled over for Hussein Obama.

    And now the RNC is hinting that Jeb Bush will be the 2016 candidate. A guy who’s already stuck his foot in his mouth big time AND is a Bush. He’s already dead in the water. Hillary will run over him like a steamroller.

    It’s all part of the game for the GOP: pretend to fight, then roll over and collect the payoff from the Democrats.

    So what do we do?
    Step one: stop contributing to the RNC.
    Step two: start a Replacement Second Party. Find fighters who will get into the ring and demolish both the Dems and the GOP RINO.

    Where will that person come from? I don’t know. I suggest we start looking NOW or else we’re stuck with President Hillary for eight years and then we ARE looking at socialism and death camps for conservatives.

  7. Alan says:

    Au contraire. Reagan also granted amnesty to three million illegals … after he was safely reelected.

    “the Immigration Reform and Control Act in 1986 made it illegal to knowingly hire or recruit illegal immigrants, required employers to attest to their employees’ immigration status, and granted amnesty to approximately three million illegal immigrants who entered the United States prior to January 1, 1982, and had lived in the country continuously. Critics argue that the employer sanctions were without teeth and failed to stem illegal immigration … Reagan said, “The legalization provisions in this act will go far to improve the lives of a class of individuals who now must hide in the shadows, without access to many of the benefits of a free and open society … The employer sanctions program … will remove the incentive for illegal immigration by eliminating the job opportunities which draw illegal aliens here.”

    Ronald Reagan was a sorry excuse for a conservative. He and George HW Bush are two reasons I never became a Republican.

  8. Jodie says:

    Jeb is a sorry excuse for a Republican, but at the rate we’re going, it won’t matter. Soros may already have the voting machines programmed to pick Hillary as the winner in 2016.

  9. Rich says:

    Daddy Bush is so much more than a RINO..

  10. Fiberal says:

    It just occurred to me that there is something even more preposterous than Fl voting Jeb into the WH; namely, the GOP will most likely carry him into the primaries.

    The Tea Party needs a center of command and to start working on the house and senate 2014.

    And throw every last RINO into the garbage.

  11. Rich says:

    check out this Republican – how he will get your guns..

  12. TonyD95B says:

    Asians??? You mean like Michelle Malkin???

    As a Constitutional Fundamentalist Libertarian Conservative, I am “Republican” only in it’s truest sense……I support the REPUBLIC and the form of government for which it is named, and not the “mob rule” of a true Democracy.

    I don’t agree with abandoning the Republican Party, though. It’s mostly salvageable, and the easiest way for Conservatives to get it done is to take control of the Republican Party and fix it, rather than try to build a competing 3rd Party from scratch.

    Also, for those who want to diss Ronaldus Maximus, remember: The Perfect is the Enemy of the Good, and if you seek to run the “Perfect Conservative” for President, you will be disappointed every time.

    Reagan did things that none of us liked – every President does. But, what far, far outweighed the negative was the man’s basic goodness, honesty, and humility, his sincere love of America and it’s people, his belief in the exceptional and unique nature of the American experiment, and his personal courage.

    Reagan not a “real” Conservative??? Depends on how you look at it – but I’ll take The Gipper over Obama any day.

    I was no huge fan of G.W. Bush, either – but he had all of the same positive qualities I listed for Reagan.

    We need to take the Reagan-era GOP DNA and get all Jurasic Park up in here……..Ronaldasaurus Rex, baaaby!!!!

    BTW, while I was writing this, the GOP called me begging for money. I told them NO – not until they knock it off with all that constant compromise and we-stand-for-nothing bulls#it and start DOING WHAT WE NEED DONE.

  13. Skyfall says:

    Jodie, I forgot about the Soros voting machines. Maybe Jebbie Boy will be OK with the VEEP slot! Why not? He’s about as conservative as Nancy Pelosi. (Jeb let Terri Schiavo be murdered. That is the only thing I need to know about him.)

    Laurie, good way to put it: A replacement second party. Screw this “third party” crap! A REAL CONSERVATIVE SECOND PARTY! It’s WAY past time to dump the Repubs!

  14. Flu-Bird says:

    Jeb Bush captian of the TITANIC,LUSITANIA and ANRDA DORIA

  15. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    Really about all this amounts to is a bunch of sad RINO’s running the GOP trying to project blame for THEIR miserable performance.
    Think about it. If the RINO brand were as popular as these morons suggest, why are they not cleaning up right now ?
    Conservatives are the real underdogs here.
    Not only do they draw full on non stop fire from the left and it’s alphabet soup media, but also RINO’S pulling up in a metro transit system full of busses to throw them under.
    Yet we persevere.

  16. It’s already crashing without us Dave

  17. Hanzo says:

    @Alan – you must be either a flaming lib or a Nazi, eh? All of the true landmark accomplishments of Reagan were forced through by force of his own will, he had to play politics all along, as he never worked with a majority in Congress. Oh yeah, 20,000,000 jobs in 8 (more like 6) years?Greatest peacetime expansion of our economy? You have to be a Conservative to grow an economy like that. Just sayin’…..

  18. BoJangles says:

    Just what we need, another nitwit Bush in the WH. The brain-dead republicans are so worried about the Hispanic vote that they don’t understand Hispanics here legally will not vote for them because the repubs now favor a disguised amnesty. The illegals won’t support them because it’s the Demoncrats who give them all the govt. handouts. Maybe somebody should try, just once, standing up for their principles and not ending over every time some leftist shouts at them.

  19. Gunny G says:

    Bush 41 one worlder
    Bush 43 Serious one worlder
    Jeb Bush hardcore one worlder and Hispanderer.

    As Al “Twanda Brawley” Sharpton said: “STAY OUT THE BUSHES!”

    No more damn clintons, obamas, kennedys, or other elitist garbage.

  20. ? everything says:

    personally, I think too much attention is given to the office of president in the election process. I like the idea of a 3rd party, liked it so much I voted for Perot twice & imo if people didn’t get it then, they sure as hell ain’t going get it now. what you saw with Perot is what you got, a guy strong on military PROTECTING OUR BORDERS FROM WITHIN, none of this NAFTA/GATT free trade shit, prosecution of ILLEGALS. anybody have a smathering of a clue what this country would be like today if people got it back then? the ENVY OF THE WORLD. so what I maintain is yes, do not send one thin dime to the RNC, but directly to candidates teaparty recommended for House & Senate, take them & make whomever either azzhole party comes up with, basically a LAMEDUCK or IMPEACHABLE. just my thoughts from an old converted war dog.

  21. IslandLifer says:

    Repubs are done. I will not vote for another so long as the current leadership (lack of) is still in place. Put the Republican Party in the coffin where it belongs or watch this country go up in flames. Literally. Tea Party has a nice ring to it and it sure boils the blood of the screeching liberals 🙂

  22. Ummah Gummah says:


    A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear. The traitor is the plague.”

    – Marcus Tullius Cicero


  23. Ummah Gummah says:


    If this Bush degenerate wins the nomination I will vote for the devil herself OUT OF PROTEST.


  24. Bee says:

    Two words: Terri Schiavo

  25. Bee says:

    For the memory challenged, Terri Schiavo died on on Jeb’s watch. He sat on his hands while the “death cult” disconnected her feeding tube.

  26. Jodie says:

    Skyfall says:
    March 5, 2013 at 7:35 pm

    “Jodie, I forgot about the Soros voting machines. Maybe Jebbie Boy will be OK with the VEEP slot!”

    Thanks Skyfall, for those comforting words. NOT! LOL!

  27. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    What we now face is two dueling factions for the greatest cut of special interest money.
    This is why Rove is out there advertizing his (perceived) power to pick the candidates.
    These donors want a return on their money. And if these insider Republicans fail to deliver, the money will instead flow to the Democrapts to compete with the overload of special interests already there.
    I am beginning to ponder whether the party is due for one more round of massive defeat in 14 before the deck can be cleared.
    Perhaps the only hope left is a scenario where people opt for underdog candidates to escape the abuse being doled out by the left.
    But make no mistake, it would have to be a massive revolt, to make up for the election shenanigans the left will again pull, or a post election revolt.

  28. Fiberal says:

    I don’t like the idea of a third party, but there’s really no choice.

    Especially, not as long as the Republicans have in place an agreement not to contest voter fraud in any national election, which they signed on to as an agreement in the early ’80’s. This idiocy alone makes absolutely imperative to support a third party.

    That conservatives cannot win with the republican party in control was absolutely made clear after Romney. That was a watershed. If republicans couldn’t win then, they aren’t ever going to win a national election for POTUS.

    Watch them give up the house in 2014. You heard it here first.

    There are 11 states now that have more takers than producers— and growing. Illegals are pouring into those states and others. Republicans can never win by advocating fiscally conservative policies.

    That’s also evident in the fact that republicans benefit from democrat chaos since that helps them win elections under promises to fix it.

    Witness the number of impeachable offenses being racked up every day by BO as the republicans continue to confirm his choices for cabinet. The latest crap being Kerry, Lew and Hagel.

    What sane person would want these guys running the country?

    And republicans will confirm BO’s next SCOTUS pick.

    This will probably come at the same time they lose interest in pursuing Benghazi (what survivors?).

    Just like they’ve let Holder go on his merry way to oversee the next chapter of Fast and Furious.

    Of course there are enough entrenched conservatives who have mindlessly morphed into intransigents that will cling to the GOP no matter what.

    So the republicans aren’t going anywhere (literally).

    But then of course, I’m sure that there are still grown men clinging to their mothers.

  29. Rich says:

    3rd party you say, think again..

  30. Rich says:

    3rd party you say, think again..

  31. MarkinLA says:

    It’s amazing how many people still worship that dolt Reagan. Do some real research on his amnesty and open your eyes. The most fraud ridden part was put in at the behest of Senator Pete Wilson (CA) for California farmers. Otis Graham at UCSB has documented the whole sorry history of that law and there is nothing good about the Reagan administration in it. They couldn’t amnesty the illegals fast enough. The Reagan administration was also against triggers relating to border control.

    Reagan was a typical Republican, doing everything he could to screw the average person for the benefit of those at the top. The idea for NAFTA and guest workers came from his administration as well. The fact that the laws were passed in later administrations is just a footnote compared to the real villain in the story.

    When you throw in all the wasteful deficit spending, him placing the neocons in the Pentagon, Iran Contra, and the Savings and Loan fiasco just to name a few, he was the worst President this country has had.

  32. Landru says:

    What these GOP idiots can’t grasp is that the vast majority of voting-eligible ‘Asians’ did not in fact vote for Obama. Most did not vote for anyone. And of the ones who did vote, a large chunk were almost certainly ‘South Asians’, aka Mooslims. They’re just too ^&%&^&!! dumb and clueless to understand that 70+% of ‘Asian’ voters voting for Obama is not the same as 70+% of ‘Asians’ voting for Obama. If they had an ounce of sense they wouldn’t be concerning themselves with the group that did vote for him, but focus instead on the much larger group who did not vote at all.

  33. bluffcreek1967 says:

    I’m done with the Republicans and their RINOs.

    “Amnesty and the GOP Death Wish,”

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