Skip to comments.BUSH HOPES LATINO KINíS TV SPOTS AD UP TO VOTES (George P Flashback 2000)
Posted on 02/15/2014 6:44:55 AM PST by jimbo123
Hunky George P. Bush the GOP presidential candidates Latino nephew gets a rock-star debut in New York tomorrow as he marches in the Puerto Rican Day Parade and stars in two TV ads.
I am a young Latino in the U.S. and very proud of my bloodline, he says in one of the ads.
I have an uncle that is running for president because he believes in the same thing opportunity for every American, for every Latino. His name? The same as mine. George Bush.
A second ad has young Bush saying hell vote for his uncle porque el sera un gran presidente [because he'll be a great president] and then teasingly asking in English and Spanish: How about you? Y tu?
The ads hone in tight on George P.s face, quick-cutting almost like an MTV video to highlight the sunny smile and good looks of the Bush campaigns version of Ricky Martin.
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Why can’t the Bushes just go away?
This is the problem I fear more than the Bush name and machine. Idiot women will swarm to him.
One of the little brown ones!
How come you are posting all this George P stuff?
I wonder what would happen if someone said, “I hope my white relative gets elected. That would add up to white votes and be good for white Americans.” We know all hell would break loose, so why are we putting up with this for “Latinos”?
Actually it worked! Bush did become President in 2000. Did you want Gore? I know some here became Republican after 9/11 are you one of those types?
I don’t understand why you are fighting so hard against George P. Bush for a little insignificant election in a state level run. It is weird. Let the kid win this tiny election. Why not? This is not the Presidential run. If we are worried about him running for President now and not working for the 2016 election, we have bigger problems.
When America becomes a third-world nation, because there are no longer substantial qualifications for office, other than a high-school-type popularity contest, folks will wonder why.
Stop talking about Cruz again.
NO - WAY - IN - COWBOY - HELL !!!!!!
Cruz is just popularity?
Well he does talk a lot so I guess that can be considered popular. I don’t think he has the George P. Bush popularity of good looks, but he has the Obama popularity of the gift to gab while not having any results.
One - it's a TX statewide office for which he is not qualified and, curiously enough, I, as a TX voter, care about that. Two - it's a standard first rung on the ladder to higher office and I don't want him in higher office either. Three - I detest the idea of American royalty, whether it's Kennedys, Clintons or Bushes.