RINO’s see themselves as kinder, gentler, Dons, and we are the peons.
Bush did not use “peon,” rather, he disguised that with “Americans who won’t do certain jobs;” though there were his occasional bashing of Americans who try to protect their property from border incursions - where he called us “vigilantes.”
Bush is not a conservative and is certainly a RINO. He chose RINO Richard Riordan to support in the 2002 race for governor of California, and as to be expected, when Riordan lost the primary to conservative Bill Simon, Bush & Cronies, Inc. (read: “the RNC”) dropped some support that Bill Simon could have used.
Bashing and abandoning conservatives, is the way of the RINO clique that mostly wants certain lower costs, such as labor and taxes, but otherwise glad-handed-ly swoons for compromising nationalizing socialism under the controls of “bi-partisan central planners.”
The property rights of those most high, now that is important for them, but our many Constitutional rights and former opportunities *because we had rights* ... those matters do not register with the most high whose cash flows insulate them, but not thee.
Bash for Cash
I miss conservatives, but not Bush, and I do not long for The Return of The Dons - while various (and millions) of illegal aliens apparently care less.
Great post. You have skill and perception