Monday, December 3, 2012

No sympathy for Bush 41

Americans should have no sympathy for George H. W. Bush the 41st President of the United States.  In an earlier comparison (actually, it was a few years ago) about Bush and Bill Clinton I stated, "George H. W. Bush was once a patriot while Clinton never was!"  Clearly, the former president was a patriot by putting his life on the line during his military service to his country during World War II.  By the same token, Clinton was a draft dodger who did everything he could to avoid messing up his hair-do by the ravages of war (in his case, the Vietnam war).  Whatever it was that twisted the mindset of Bush to turn away from his country can be debated elsewhere but we do know there is a commonality between Bush and Clinton and that is Yale University...the brainwashing capital of academia.
So now that the so-called statesman is getting older and subject to various illnesses are we suppose to have sympathy for a guy that wants to turn over our country to the most corrupt organization ever devised by man; the United Nations.  Here's the headline over at FOX News:
George H.W. Bush stable after weekend hospitalization
HOUSTON – Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush is starting the week in a Houston hospital where he's spent several days for treatment of a lingering cough related to bronchitis. George Kovacik with Methodist Hospital says the 88-year-old Bush remains in stable condition at the facility Monday. Aides earlier said the 41st president would likely be discharged over the weekend. Bush has been in and out of the hospital for treatment of the cough.  Bush also suffers from a form of Parkinson's disease that forces him to use a wheelchair or motorized scooter.  The ex-president and his wife, Barbara, split their time between homes in Houston and Kennebunkport, Maine.

Now here's the traitor arrogantly stating that "we will"* someday become citizens of the UN.
Yes, Bush was once a patriot...but not after this...(see video below)
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*The arrogant traitor's actual quote, "When we are successful, and we will be, we have a real chance at this new world order, an order in which a credible United Nations can use its peacekeeping role to fulfill the promise and vision of the U.N.’s founders."  Note: The bold and underlined text, and we will be,  emphasizes Bush's inflexion and meaning.  Nothing in this speech is patriotic in the sense of our Founding Fathers but rather an embellishment of anti-American rhetoric designed to appease and yet fool the American people into thinking that the United Nations is a better alternative than a United States.  Bush, as most of you should know, is a member of the politic elite planning America's demise in favor of one world government...

1 comment:

Findalis said...

I know one thing. When Dhimmi Carter dies I will have a celebration the likes this nation has never seen before.