Why Jeb Bush Must Not Become President

03/31/201529 Comments

In this week's subscriber newsletter James opens the closet on the Bush family skeletons and outlines the potential horror of another Bush presidency. He also provides recommended reading and viewing links on negative interest rates, hamburger anarchy, NWO on MSM and much more. Subscribe today for access to this report.

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  1. Corbett says:

    My apologies once again for getting this out later than usual, guys. Hope the wait was worth it.

    And as always please do let me know about any spelling errors, broken links, etc.

    • James, as always, thanks again for the detailed and open-sourced work and the energy you pour into your work. We consume it as fast as you produce it. You mentioned many times to all folks to save links on our hard drives or locally and I’ve been going back on a long journey to re-save all my links. Assuming certain links in your articles go down or are “pulled” by certain interests, do you go back to modify previous articles or show notes, presumably based on user feedback? And if so, what would you link to and how? Would it be a mirror? Or a copy of said link/page in a different file format? I’m not as tech-savvy, so I appreciate the insight. Thanks.

      • FNC says:

        for most sites that are just image and text, you can use http://www.archive.today to make an online backup of a webpage.

        Otherwise saving them as a pdf is likely the best way to go about it. I use an add-on for Firefox called ‘Print Edit’, which allows you to basically remove elements from a webpage and then print it out or save it as a PDF file (may require you to have pdf software). Its really handy for stripping out the sidebar junk and related story spam at the bottom of websites, as well as those with hundreds of useless comments!

    • altern8dimensions says:

      Hey James. Last sentence of first paragraph.

      “…unlikely coincidence that both candidates were Bonesmen with the candidates themselves ended up dead of a sudden heart attack.

      Just need to remove “with the candidates themselves” I believe.

      As usual – great stuff.

      • Corbett says:

        Thanks for the comment. I’ll admit the phrasing there was convoluted so I’ve made the change as you suggest. Cheers!

  2. greencrow says:

    Hi James:

    Enjoyed the piece about Jeb. I’ve been wondering lately.. where is Carl Rove? Is he still working for the Bush Crime Family? I think I can detect his handiwork in the downfall of Hillary Clinton…It’s so “Rovian”.


  3. jamesthethird says:

    After reading What happens when the Traffic Lights go Black, it took be back to one of my bugbares for the interference of flow. This sort documentry is quite inspiring. It fits in my agenda.


    Get yourself a cup of tea and give this 15 minutes. There is so much more to it than meets the eye.

    Martin Cassini the man behind Equality Streets is in the process of getting together a film on promoting this idea. His website can be found here.


    and of course cheers for the Bush article.

  4. turley2u says:

    It is good of you to mention Michael Chertoff, the master of the cover-up. He is a connection between Clinton and Bush.

  5. BuddhaForce says:

    Hey don’t forget about how the Bush family, their cronies, and the CIA raided millions during the S&L crisis.


  6. john says:

    A fine and concise summary of the national shame known as the Bush family. While I wholeheartedly agree that a Jeb Bush presidency would be horrific, the “he must not become president” imperative seems to imply the conventional armchair liberal wisdom that we must elect a Democrat at all costs. I think we all know James can’t possibly be suggesting this really, and I appreciate the disavowal of partisan angling included in the piece.

    Nevertheless the title does seem to imply that any alternative would be better, when I think we all probably know that any plausible president is going to be more or less cut from the same cloth. Jebbary Bushton. Let’s face it: Whoever is running for president must not win!

    • Corbett says:

      Thanks for the comment, John. Hmmm…last week was why Hillary should not be president. This week is why Jeb should not be president. What do you think next week will be?

      • Sonex says:

        How about, “why Jesse Ventura SHOULD be president”?

      • john says:

        Missed the Hillary piece, I’ll have to scope the recent archives! I knew you were fair and balanced. 😉

      • altern8dimensions says:

        “Fair and balanced” How dare you use that term (“fox news” motto) on an honest site such as this. -5 fake internet points for you John. 🙂

      • NotDole says:

        What do you think of Bernie Sanders? He’s clearly not like the rest of them all, he doesn’t a crap about his doc brown hair and all her democratic rival can do now is steal his ideas (very temporarily for election purposes, Hitlery is an opportunistic succubus). He went from Independent to Democrat because well there’s no way to win as independent.

        Vermont is like an extension of Quebec into the US, and the middle class here is still alive somewhat and his number 1 priority is the middle class and repealing Obamacare to have the more sensible single payer health system, which I think any nation that calls itself civilized has already. And much more, but he’s already being “gangstalked” like how these black lives matter douches interrupting his speech in some state. That was really disgracious.

  7. Sonex says:

    Has anybody checked out his site yet?


    I think it speaks for itself!

  8. BuddhaForce says:

    Jeb’s College Credentials

    Anyone know exactly what the text at the bottom is supposed to mean?

    • NotDole says:

      Not sure what you mean, its just that documents requirements not to be printed in black and white and such. I’m more surprised that his real name is John. I always though Jeb wasn’t a real name, even Firefox will red underline it. John Ellis Bush, oh so cute, he just picked each first letters of his name.

      I’m more afraid of Scott Walker, Have you heard him about the Iran deal “if president, the next day I call israel to prepare for attack, the second I will shred the deal and the third I will maybe even use tactical nukes all over the country”

      And he’s second in the polls of Trump who’s just there as a distraction who will get out of the race when he likes the lineup following him the better.

  9. BuddhaForce says:

    Bland Monster Jeb Bush “Proud” of His Brother’s Torturing People

    There’s a video.

  10. BuddhaForce says:

    Jeb talks about his foreign policy advisors @ Iowa State Fair 2015

    @ about 13:40

  11. BuddhaForce says:

    Coming in From the Cold, Going Out to the Bush Campaign

    Poppy Bush’s CIA Buddies on the Campaign Trail in 1980…

  12. BuddhaForce says:

    Jeb Bush Got $1.3M Job At Lehman After Florida Shifted Pension Cash To Bank

    For Florida taxpayers, the move by the administration of then-Gov. Jeb Bush to forge a relationship with Lehman Brothers would ultimately prove disastrous. Transactions in 2005 and 2006 put the Wall Street investment bank in charge of some $250 million worth of pension funds for Florida cops, teachers and firefighters. Lehman would capture more than $5 million in fees on these deals, while gaining additional contracts to manage another $1.2 billion of Florida’s money. Then, in the fall of 2008, Lehman collapsed into bankruptcy, leaving Florida facing up to $1 billion in losses.

    But for Jeb Bush personally, his enduring relationship with Lehman would prove lucrative. In 2007, just as he left office, Bush secured a job as a Lehman consultant for $1.3 million a year, Bloomberg reported.

    Weeks after Bush took the Lehman job, the Florida State Board of Administration (SBA) — a three-member body that makes investment decisions about state pension funds and whose ranks had recently included one Jeb Bush — gave Lehman additional business: SBA purchased $842 million worth of separate investments in Lehman’s mortgage-backed securities. Over the course of one year from June 2007 to June 2008, the SBA would shift an additional $420 million of pension money into the same fund in which the state had begun investing under Bush.

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