Now He’s A Good Republican

George H. W. Bush, the 41st president passed away Friday at the age of 94. Since then the rank hypocrisy has been blazing as tributes from democrats have poured in. Tributes with words as empty as the souls of those who offer them. He was a good and honorable man but was no real friend of conservatives.

He was elected in 1988, ostensibly to carry on the legacy of Ronald Wilson Reagan. The most famous quote from his term was: ‘Read my new taxes.’ His fatal mistake was trusting the democrats when they promised him they’d cut three dollars in spending for every dollar he allowed in tax increases to feed the insatiable government machine. Then the media whores savaged him.

He was denied a second term by the fed raising interest rates, as they’re doing to Trump now, and a hand grenade with a bad haircut named H. Ross Perot, who despised his fellow Texan drew off 19% of the republican vote in 1992, ushering in the era of the criminal enterprise known as the Clintons. They did the same thing to Reagan and would pull it on his son, George W. Bush. They both became good friends with the Clintons and the Obamas ,even though the respect was never reciprocated. Here’s the real deal:

Read my lips: Media’s love for George H.W. Bush more about hatred of Donald Trump

It has been nothing short of miraculous in this new season of Advent to hear all the Hosannas and applause for our recently departed former President George H.W. Bush.

In The New York Times, Mr. Bush was heralded for his “uncommon grace.”

The Washington Post called him a “giant of a man.”

“The most kind and considerate person I’ve ever known.”

Oh, that’s right. The press lies. And there is no time to lie about someone like once they are dead and no longer pose any threat.

When President Bush was alive and still a threat in politics, he was scorned and ridiculed by the press.

We all know how much the press hates Donald Trump, at least now that he is president. They despise him — and those who support him — so deeply that by comparison, George H.W. Bush was a man of “uncommon grace.”

Well, there it is. All the sudden praise, all the accolades, this surprise love affair with George H.W. Bush. It is all just another vehicle for demonstrating their hatred for Donald Trump.

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  1. Pistol Pete

    Watch: Leslie Stahl Asks George Bush if the 1985 Republican Theme is ‘We the White People’
    A television journalist begins an interview with a member of the controversial Republican administration with a question challenging him to defend himself against the accusation that his party is secretly advancing a racist agenda. And then follows up asking why the Republican remains loyal to the GOP president when obviously this is going to hurt him in future elections.

    But the setting for this exchange was not 2018. The journalist did not work for a cable news network. And it was not the Trump administration that stood accused of racism.
    It was the Reagan administration. The question came from Leslie Stahl of CBS News in a 1985 interview with George Bush.