Skip to comments.The irony of Jeb not waiting for the completion of litigation
Posted on 11/07/2020 3:27:37 PM PST by conservative98
The irony of Jeb not waiting for the completion of litigation, when his brother was involved in lawsuits for 37 days before a winner was determined in 2000, is lost on Jeb. The election was 4 days ago with counting continuing even now. https://t.co/Eh71umlQw5— Mark R. Levin (@marklevinshow) November 7, 2020
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Congratulations to President-elect Biden. I have prayed for our President most of my adult life. I will be praying for you and your success. Now is the time to heal deep wounds. Many are counting on you to lead the way.— Jeb Bush (@JebBush) November 7, 2020
Remember when Amy Coney Barrett said she would choose law over politics? I think she made a very important distinction in her comments.
This problem we’re having now is basically a war between politics and law.
Trump wrecked Jen, and Jen has been waiting for this moment for over 4 years
The political conclusion is what Biden supporters are saying.
But the law decides, and it hasn’t spoken yet!
I lost respect for the Bush family when W befriended Clinton and said they were brothers from different mothers. Then he sucked up to the Obamas. Then I found out that the old man cheated on Barbara to her near suicide and the twin girls turned out to be shallow ninnies.
“Remember when Amy Coney Barrett said she would choose law over politics?”
I’m skeptical. People say a lot of things to get hired for a job.
Good point Mark levin
By the way I wont be watching you on Fox News anymore.
Like Jeb, your network has proclaimed Biden the elected president
Are you going to say anything about that?
But it’s not really about her. It’s about the principle.
If you can understand logic, you’ll see what I mean.
I must confess I am more than a little surprised that George W. Bush has yet to congratulate Biden and implored Trump to concede. I’m sure that will happen before Monday.
He has a bad memory and it makes him look stupid at least to me.
I thought that was definitely weird, especially since he had an op-ed in the WSJ today praising the clean election in Florida (thanks to DeSantis, who has been working on this for years).
It’s not ironic. Just a variant of “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” ...
Our nation struggles between two entities: the force of law and the whining of politics.
The whining can get very shrill, but law always wins.
Remember what John Adams said? We’re a nation of laws, not of men.
Yeb will never be President. I take comfort in that.
The Bushes are a New England family; not really a Texas family.
Not just blue bloods; blue state culture.
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