Poppy Bush Wants Another Bush in the White House

Sunday, January 4, 2009

Egg on my face. I figured this ancient hoodlum would have the decency in the autumn of his years and after his eldest son nearly destroyed the country to at least wait for his grandson, George P. Bush, to get some elected experience before having the audacity to suggest another member of the Bush clan for president.

Wrong!

It turns out Poppy Bush is now jonesin’ for his youngest son, Jebby Bush, the former governor of Florida, to be the next Bush out of the gate to run for president.

The Bush dynasty is like a cancer feeding on the carcass of America. Really folks, after the nightmare of the past 8 years I’ve come to the conclusion that what we need a Constitutional amendment to limit the number of members from a single family from treating the presidency like the family business.

Only one member from a single family be allowed by law to run for the highest office in the land.

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14 Responses to Poppy Bush Wants Another Bush in the White House

  1. vilflor says:

    It’s utterly amazing! This family has neither shame nor remorse! Fucking amazing!

  2. Mauigirl says:

    I like your suggestion. Or at least it should be separated by a few generations!

  3. maybe just one per family per century?

    (I like that idea!)

  4. libhomo says:

    I think the amendment you propose would be an excellent step towards banning all nepotism in politics.

  5. Bruce says:

    Bush Sr. is certainly audacious. But then the whole family is. Jeb helped steal the election for Dubya in 2000. Enough with the Bush criminals.

  6. Conejo1982 says:

    I told a friend I suspected funny Bush business when Mel Martinez announced he wouldn’t run for reelection.

    My friend said I was paranoid. Well, it looks like I’m not paranoid — just savvy to how the Bush clan play politics.

    And as you pointed out Christopher, the only way to stop them is to amend the Constitution to prevent this sickening familial feeding off our nation.

  7. JollyRoger says:

    The moronic monkey’s cabal of inbreds have been a parasitic drain on the country for the better part of a century now. It really is time to say, enough is enough. Let them go WITH Chimpy when he heads for Paraguay.

  8. R.J. says:

    You’ve got to be kidding. We don’t need another Bush ruining this country. Twice is enough.

  9. Fran says:

    “Right now is probably a bad time, there’s probably enough Bush’es in there”

    Yea Bush #1, just a little bit of a bad time- your a-hole of a son just totally ruined the country, but other than that, everything is just fine.

  10. Rachel says:

    I agree! I agree! Amend the Constitution to restrict another member of the Bush klan from running for president. One was enough but two nearly ruined this country. I’m serious. No more Bushes.

  11. Gleneagle says:

    Nothing to add.

    The Bush family has done enough to damage my country. No more Bushes. Ever.

  12. Big Hank says:

    Look at that old fucker’s face. He’s melting like a pumpkin the day after Halloween after it’s been carved and kicked around.

    I swear the Bush dynasty has cut a deal with El Diablo to live forever.

  13. Idaho Librul says:

    Oh, hell no.

    If Jeb Bush becomes the next president I’m moving to Uruguay. Seriously, this country isn’t big enough for him and me.

    I will not accept another Bush in the White House.

  14. Jim says:

    Another Bush. And another. They’re like Michael Myers in the movie “Halloween.” They JUST KEEP COMING BACK. Only they represent true horror–death and destruction forever and ever.

    Seriously, the notion of a Constitutional amendment to limit the number of members of one family that can run for President is a good idea. Said amendment should be implemented to protect us from more Bushes, more Clintons and any other clan that threatens something akin to royal lineage and entitlement.

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