Skip to comments.George P. Bush Absent
Posted on 02/25/2018 5:41:56 PM PST by lqcincinnatus
The new Texas land commissioner was a future governor or senator, maybe even a future president, in waiting.
But somehow, less than four years later, Bushs future is uncertain.
Yours truly is stuck here in Texas this week, but will be out on the trail, Bush said. Theres no better experience than getting involved in a presidential race because you truly do absorb so much more information than say, running for dog catcher like I did in Texas.
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It would be a humiliating coda to a storied familys epic run.
The Bush dynasty is over.
Even with Patterson’s flaws, I voted for him as the one with the best shot of stopping the coronation of King George III.
And, perhaps, saving the Alamo as a monument to and for Texans.
He can never shake his swamp genes, even if he really wanted to.
Perhaps the crosseyed creep should have considered that eminent domain was intended to use sparingly and not gone over the edge with it even when it wasn’t needed.
Make no mistake, the little jerk merits being tossed out, and not because of his family’s unpleasant history.
Patterson attended a tea party express event at the Alamo.
He was/is a friend to the Daughter’s of the Republic of Texas. Also, when he was Land Commissioner, he was always promoting the Texas Veterans’ Land Programs via tv, radio, and other media.
I have never seen Jorge P doing one single promo for benefits that TX has for Veterans. Also, Bush is a Carpetbagger. He will never “get it”, never understand the Texas ethos.
So fool-proof a Bush can't eff it up?
Seriously though, we are done with Bushes. I think it is the second or third most politically toxic name in the United States behind Clinton and Obama, and if you tell me they are all the same and just different faces of the same globullshit order I won't argue the toss.
Can you elaborate how he used eminent domain?
George P. Bush is likely the real reason the GOP went along with the Kenyanesian Usurpation.
They had other reasons, like Rubio, Jindal and Cruz, but George P. Bush is part of the dynasty.
I voted for Patterson as well. Sadly, George P has his family to blame for his upcoming political demise. He had a promising future in the Texas Republican party until his grandparents, father and uncle bragged about voting for Hillary (or not voting for Trump) in 2016.
I’m not the only one voting this way. Overheard a couple talking at breakfast yesterday and they were voting against him for exactly the same reason.
Did anyone see the audit about his mismanagement of The Alamo? His lawyer was so happy the audit turned up a $65,000 mistake in September 2017 that did not occur until January 2018. Actually, the CEO Doug McDonald was caught spending state money for a private purpose and was trying to cover-up the crime. $65,000, a mistake???
We’re doing our best to ensure that he stays “absent” from any political office.
WE need a real conservative turnout in this year’s primary. Since Texas is not closed primary, the Democrats are really organized and motivated to cause trouble. They are running a big government guy against our very conservative Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick. In Texas LG has most power to get things done. Public school boards, teachers, administrators are all up in arms and have been told Patrick is the reason their health insurance has gone up and they feel threatened by vouchers and retirement,Patrick’s push for property tax restraint, etc. They run ads saying Patrick hates teachers. It’s emotional scare tactics but I am afraid it is working. County governments are similarly fearful of having their money restricted. I know the extreme increase in health insurance has them in a bind but instead of pushing Congress and Senate to repeal and replace they whine about state gov not getting into Obamacare exchange.
There are moderates running against strong conservatives and vice-versa.
Vote! Tell conservatives to vote!
OH please, Please, PLEASE,; not more BUSH family !!!
NO MORE BUSH FAMILY !!!!!
The Bushes alienated just about everyone
Zero chance anyone ever comes close to sniffing high public office again
NO MORE BUSHES!!!
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