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Noted in Passing: A Legacy Of Nothing — Bush in 2008

It is difficult not to conclude that an Obama regime would have been impossible without the Bush presidency preceding it. If someone had said in 2000 that electing Bush would result in a Chicago thug and Marxist becoming president in 2009 he would have been thought mad. But here we are.

Even as he prepares to turn out the lights of his presidency, he dabbles in bipartisan idiocy that go far to make laughable the reasons conservatives voted for him. Here is just one example of his recent gibberish.

I readily concede I chucked aside my free-market principles when I was told … the situation we were facing could be worse than the Great Depression.

Memo to Bush: Principles are not principles if you can so readily abandon them. They are then nothing but vague notions and feelings. Imagine Reagan saying something like that. Reagan knew that principles served as guiding lights behind every action, not as mere conveniences that one could abandon at whim.

Bush does not at all comprehend what Obama is.

President George W. Bush is offering some advice to his successor, when it comes to dealing with his critics. He says in the end, Barack Obama will have to “do what he thinks is right.”…Bush said he wishes Obama “all the very best.”

Obama desires to turn the nation into a socialist dependency wholly controlled by the Democrat Party. He plans to allow sodomites in the military. He has laid out plans to enlist the entire nation in his Marxist crusade. His fanaticism toward infanticide literally knows no bounds. And Bush wishes the creature “all the very best.”

Bush is kinder to Obama than he ever was to those conservatives who placed him in office.

FROM: A Legacy Of Nothing at the fondly remembered  “The Return of Scipio”


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  • Jack Lawson October 15, 2021, 12:33 PM


    George W.?

    I gave much money and a lot of effort to his election back in the day. Like the man said… “he is the lesser of two evils.” That’s not why I supported him. I supported him because I bought The Powers That Are (TPTA) line of information designed to get people to support him and get him elected for their psychopathic and selfish agenda.

    George Bush!? I thought he was a good man… but he is a Globalist pawn who is just another groomed actor in the line of those who control. He has and is showing his true colors now. I have made many mistakes before I learned about who runs things and who are their minions… such as explained here…


    I’ve been a soldier who has put his life on the line for principles… more than George Bush can say. So when I die and go to… well, it’s probably is not going to be pretty where I’m going… so, I’m hoping for at worst, Valhalla… for best the spirit world of goodness… but where ever, it will be better than where the Bushes go and have gone and have earned the right to be.

    Jack Lawson
    Associate Member, Sully H. deFontaine Special Forces Association Chapter 51, Las Vegas, Nevada
    Author of “The Slaver’s Wheel”, “A Failure of Civility,” “And We Hide From The Devil,” “Civil Defense Manual” and “In Defense.”

    “As we fought for the ideals of freedom and for those on the left and right of us, we judged each other only by the most important of characteristics… nerve, courage and the willingness to stand in harm’s way for others… those abstract values that transcend the color of skin or the shape of eyes. During this respite from human pettiness, whatever our race, creed or ethnicity, at that time we were one.” – An anonymous Special Operations soldier

  • Tom Hyland October 15, 2021, 1:00 PM

    Anyone who thinks elections matter and are the deciding factor of the future of our republic is delusional. Mark Twain wrote, “If voting made any difference they wouldn’t let us do it.” The 2020 and 2016 elections are a strong case in point but the 2000 election was the sloppiest and most disastrous clown car witnessed in ages. VERY likely Gore won… but it wasn’t allowed. That’s okay, Gore is worth about 1 billion now in the ensuing years of being the middle man for all things “global warming.” Jack Lawson has linked to a most valuable documentary titled “Who Owns the World” and I highly recommend you watch this 1 hour long information blast. These “Presidents” we suffer by are merely well-paid employees of The Owners.

  • ghostsniper October 15, 2021, 2:51 PM

    The final sign for me was when obama entered the WH. It was then that I realized we ain’t coming back. The corruption has went too far, and it’s been ceaseless ever since.

    My optimist side believes there are brighter days ahead but we know not when, and we’re going to have to go through a whole lot of hell to get there. Many won’t make it, and most of them didn’t deserve to. So my advice is to keep doing your good stuff and don’t let the bad stuff drag you down.

  • Dan October 15, 2021, 6:46 PM

    GW Bush:
    Patriot Act.
    Homeland Security failure to secure.
    Secret FISA Court Surveillance on Americans.
    Tens of thousands of US soldiers killed, wounded, maimed and committing suicide in wars with no clear goal of victory.
    Hundreds of thousands of Iraqis and Afghanis bombed and shot to death.
    Trillions of dollars completely wasted.

    This is not the conservatism I signed up for.

    • Mike Austin October 15, 2021, 7:01 PM

      America would be far better off if Bush and his entire family had never been born.

  • Bob Smith October 16, 2021, 6:02 AM

    I voted for him because the thought of The AlGore and his global warming hustle frightened me. Now I’d like the see Bush and his concerns for “The Beautiful Women of Afghanistan” in a burn pile on the Washington Mall.

  • Dirk October 16, 2021, 6:09 AM

    Their all Tools! The questions is “ Who’s”


    • Tom Hyland October 16, 2021, 6:16 AM

      Who owns the tools, Dirk? Watch the video that Jack linked to at the top of the page. After watching that, read this letter from Trump describing how the vote was stolen in Pima County which is where Tucson, Arizona is. https://www.donaldjtrump.com/news/news-wnzpzynh2g0

      • Dirk October 17, 2021, 8:07 AM

        Tom, I’ve been following AZ voter fraud very very closely. The real details are below the surface, one must truly seek out the truth, the whole truth.

        That MSM didn’t pick the audit results is HUGE. There lips move, their lying!


  • whatever October 16, 2021, 11:08 PM

    I’m ashamed to say I voted for not only Bush but also Romney and McCain. The last five years have been a real eye opener. I’ll never vote or support an “established” republican again. Their views are little different from the dems, and what they don’t agree on they fold like a cheap tent simply by playing the race card. They are so predictable, worthless and weak. And as the years go by I think worse and worse of Bush.

    • Dirk October 17, 2021, 10:17 AM

      Don’t be ashamed, you voted,,,,,, thank you. I no longer have anything to do with many, who refuse to vote. Yes it’s a stacked deck, not voting is not an answer. Nothing will change regarding the two party system. It’s just too easy for the parties.

  • gwbnyc October 17, 2021, 9:16 AM

    *Obama desires to turn the nation into a socialist dependency wholly controlled by the Democrat Party*

    -the prerequisite to a following totalitarianism that will occur almost directly, faster than you can say “Jack Robinson”, as events occuring in the last two years indicate.

  • SteveP October 19, 2021, 7:11 AM

    “I ran the conservatives out of the Republican party”
    George W. Bush