Skip to comments.George P. Bush 'concerned' about GOP immigration stance (July 2012)
Posted on 02/15/2014 7:09:53 AM PST by jimbo123
George P. Bush, nephew of George W. Bush and grandson of George H. W. Bush, said he has "reservations" and "concerns" about the Republican Party's rhetoric on immigration.
In a sit-down with CNN reporters and producers Tuesday, Bush said that he and other Republicans wish the party would "return to George W. Bush on this issue," referring to the former president's bipartisan push to reform the nation's immigration policy.
But with Election Day fast approaching, Bush said it's probably too late for Republicans to pivot away from the party's conservative base and seize the political high ground on the immigration issue.
"I am a pessimist as to the timing right now," said Bush, a co-founder of the Hispanic Republicans of Texas and a fluent Spanish speaker.
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That’s the style GPB....keep the myth of a conservative Hispanic alive. It’s all your expensive consultants and money grubbing advisors have to cling to now that they’ve been outed as RINO GOPe traitors.
Have you come to praise him or to bury him?
If all those Mexican immigrants will join the Tea Party and help vote the Democrats, RINOs, and other decadents out of office--I will personally place a "Welcome Mat" on the Rio Grande.
No more Bushes. No more Dynasties. No to Amnesty.
What "rhetoric"? All I hear from the party is obsequious groveling to the chamber of commerce and latino interest groups and scolding for those of us concerned about border security.
He’s concerned that we don’t accept enough Democrats into the country.
Traitor. Openly more loyal to foreign nationals of Mexico who share his skin color, than he is to his own nation. There no other way to see it.
I have this reoccurring nightmare...I wake up in Hell, a place where a Bush and a Clinton are running for President. A reoccurring cycle that lasts FOREVER.
I wish our political class would advocate as hard for the interests of American citizens as they did for Mexicans. They are tireless when pushing for the interests of citizens of Mexico. Ours,, not so much.
Geprge P. neglected to complete our survey unlike his opponent for land commissioner: http://www.stopthemagnet.com/candidate-page/george-p-bush-candidate-for-texas-land-commissioner
It would be neat to overlay the size of the U.S. at the time the Constitution was written on that map.
Jimbo, I appreciate your efforts to expose the RINO fraud that is George P. But WHAT CAN WE DO about it? Does he even have a challenger?
Why? Are you suggesting that such a map reflects what America has a right to be concerned about?
Fine. Then why don't you become a DemocRAT?
He already is, just like his daddy.
David Watts (’Pub)
Yep. Rather typical of Bushes, as we’ve seen repeatedly.
And the GOP sez: Just ONE MORE TIME!?!?
Bush’s primary opponent:
Just for the hell of it, George P., why don’t you ‘splain to us how life would be better for illegals iffen they was Republicans?
“Hes concerned that we dont accept enough Democrats into the country.”
That’s the absolute truth. I hope that all Texas conservatives will REFUSE to vote for this Bush—in either the primary or the general should he make it that far.
As a side note, I would bet that there were either zero (or very close to zero) Aztecs in the current US portion of the mythical country of “Aztlan”. The “Mexicans” who were in that part of the current US were predominantly Spanish settlers. Of course in the 20th century there were waves of illegal (and legal) immigration from Mexico of Mexicans with varying degrees of Aztec ancestry.
George P. Bush Believes Texans Are Gullible Idiots
“Stay out da Bushes!”
Great article, jimbo.
GPB is now running for Texas Land Commissioner, trying to follow the David Dewhurst path to Lieutenant Governor, which is the most powerful position in Texas politics (Dewhurst was beaten by Ted Cruz for senator). The current land commissioner is also running for Lt. Gov so this is probably GPB’s roadmap for the future. He will probably win because his opponent is even weaker than he is (less known, less money), but GPB has no meaningful endorsements nor should he because his only qualification resides in his last name, if that. I won’t be voting for him. Texas is not a friendly place for RINOs anymore.
Is George P. Bush padding his resume?
This is going to be the voting pattern for the next few elections. Another few castrated/liberal presidents of either party will pretty much seal our demise.
George P. and his relatives are hughe open borders advocates, but people in TX don’t know that.
What are his “reservations” and “concerns”? That they’re not pandering enough already?!
I suggest nothing, but I'll tell you what I think:
I think the U.S. has a long history of invasion, subjugation, and absorption.
I have a long enough view of history to realize that isn't unique, and damned sure isn't permanent.
I'd rather live in a small, free republic, than a globe spanning, socialist empire.