Skip to comments.5 Reasons Conservatives Should Not Vote for Jeb Bush
Posted on 06/24/2014 12:59:24 AM PDT by summer
It's been so long since I've posted here I've almost forgotten how. But I am posting this thread because some people may remember I once supported Jeb Bush. I don't any more.
There are more than five reasons why I think conservatives should not vote for Jeb Bush, and, frankly, why no one should vote for Jeb Bush.
Here are five reasons, and I realize some of you may find these somewhat odd or weird. Others may understand completely:
(1) Jeb Bush is a phoney in that he is not in any way, shape or form interested in following God's Ten Commandments. This may not bother some people. It may bother others.
For example - I think there is ample evidence that the local media in Naples, FL passed off as a "suicide" what was really a murder of a local GOP lawyer, Nelson Faerber in 2004. Faerber, the school board chair and a criminal defense lawyer who was head of a local barassociation, had been accused for years of sexually molesting a young boy, and he was finally arrested. What made the alleged abuse particularly heinous was that he would allegedly go into the schools, remove the boys from the classroom, and then engage in sexual abuse of the boys in his office, etc. Again, this was alleged for years, and was reported by teachers for years.
After Faerber was suddenly arrested in the summer of 2004, he violated his bond, and should have gone to jail under FL law. But a corrupt judge ignored the law and let Faerber remain out. It seems to me Faerber's lawyer then lured Faerber to a public playground early one morning, on the pre-text that the boy was willing to drop the charges and wanted to speak with him. Faerber was later found dead. The newspaper reported it was a suicide. But, procedures for investigating a suicide were not followed, and it seems to me Faerber was murdered.
After Faerber was dead, the upcoming trial -- which had not yet started -- was now over, since: Faerber was dead. The young boy never got to testify about the abuse. Had this youngster testified, I believe he would have said he was being abused during the years when Jeb Bush was running for office. And, it seems to me, nothing was done by the GOP school board to stop the abuse, on purpose, during those years. So, the young boy's testimony was suppressed as a result of the unnatural death of Nelson Faerber.
If you read carefully the local media as I later did in 2013, as I did not have time to read it in 2004 as I was a caregiver for my dad that year, you would find, I believe, as I did, that the media - Naples Daily News owned by Scripps - completely covered up the facts with bogus news stories about this matter.
In my opinion, if Jeb Bush is the one who directed this murder, and frankly, I believe he did, then, I do not think he should be running for president. I think he should be tried in a court of law, with evidence presented, and if found guilty, face the same penalty anyone else would face in this situation, which happens to be: Death Row.
(2) Jeb Bush is a phoney in that he and his father were involved in a criminal financial scheme is my belief, which they duped the NYT into covering up in 1984, and unfortunately, I stumbled upon that cover up when I was living in NY. I did not know it at the time, and it took until 2008 for me to figure out their connection to it. But, I think this is something that may eventually come out, because again, it involved a media cover up which is on-going today. The NYT just gagged their public editor, and frankly, that story alone is worthy of a book.
Jeb Bush should not be engaging in crimes like racketeering, and if he did, and I believe he did, he should be prosecuted in a court of law like anyone else. However, in light of how few people are prosecuted for white collar crimes overall in this country, I do not know if he will ever face justice in this scheme. I think all his complaining that he never has any money is a big lie.
(3) Jeb Bush is a phoney in that it is not his "family" or whether he can run "joyfully" that is preventing him from announcing a run for president; rather, it is primarily these two matters above. He is wondering if indeed he will get away with both matters, and waiting to see if anyone will ever bring criminal charges against him. I am guessing that is the real reason for his delay in announcing. I think he figures: if he waits long enough, and no criminal charges filed, then, he can run for president.
But, I think the reality is really this: no criminal charges will be filed until right after he announces a run for president, because his political ambitions also speak to the motive for the murder of Nelson Faerber. Had the Faerber matter gone to court when the abuse was first reported, it is possible Jeb Bush might not have been a 2-term governor.
(4) There is another criminal matter Jeb Bush is waiting out, and this one has to do with his involvement of corrupting various public officials and falsely arresting a witness to other financial crimes he was involved in.
(5) The public posturing by pundits about "Common COre" and "immigration" are, I think, really a cover for what is simmering under the surface, which is that: Jeb Bush perhaps has more than a few skeletons in his closet, and while he thinks his father can get him out of everything, whether that holds true this time remains to be seen.
The above comments are my opinion.
I think Jeb Bush is such a politician through and through that he will indeed announce he is running for president. Whether the criminal justice system will catch up with him at that point, or before, or after, is anyone's guess. Or not at all.
And that would be a shame. Because there is much to learn about the danger of dynasties when you really look very closely at the matters I am talking about, which of course, you can't do on a forum, as you would need to review a lot of evidence, as I have done over recent years.
His deadbeat family need to get real jobs.
I agree about Jeb Bush, but I am missing the evidence about the murder. I don’t see why Bush would have known about some GOP lawyer committing a crime. Is there any real evidence he was involved? As far as the financial crime, after 30 years, there statute of limitations probably is expired. But if he committed any crimes, sure he should be convicted.
(2) Similarly, you have not provided any facts that support your claim that Jeb "and his father were involved in a criminal financial scheme."
(3) Based on two exceptionally flimsy claims, you take a further jump and conclude that they are the reason that Jeb is not yet openly running for President.
(4) and (5) offer vague assertions about Jeb "corrupting various public officials and falsely arresting a witness to other financial crimes he was involved in," along with unspecified "skeletons in his closet."
There are reasons for conservatives to reject or at least be skeptical of Jeb Bush as a Presidential candidate. You have not come close to offering anything of substance.
Jeb Bush murdered Terri Schiavo.
While a book providing evidence about Jeb Bush misdeeds is welcome, for me the main reason not to support Jeb Bush is because of about 225 million natural born U.S. citizens who will be above the age of 35 on January 20, 2017, more than a handful who are not named Bush would do a MUCH better job.
Uh not quite there Arthur but he failed to go the distance in preventing her legalized medical murder.
Had he stepped in and saved her he could have been a hero.
When we look for heroes rarely is it a politician.
I consider myself a “conservative” and never had any intentions of voting for Jeb Bush. It’s time to move on and get some new blood into the game.
I think Jesse Jackson said it best.
“Stay out the Bushes”.
The one thing I agree with him on.
The end result of course is that the least offensive Republican, usually a RINO, staggers, gut-shot, to the nominating convention to serve as sacrificial lamb to the young upstart Democrat with promises of "a new era" and "change."
Sometimes the RINO wins. Most of the time, the RINO loses.
Ronald Reagan notwithstanding, one must go back to Calvin Coolidge for the last true conservative president (with a minor argument to be made for Dwight Eisenhower).
So here we are in 2016 and guess who is best positioned to win the nomination?
No longer smarting from his 2012 defeat, Romney is tanned, well-rested and replenishing his campaign coffers. As we spent the next 18-24 months chewing up and spitting out potential GOP nominees for this reason or that, we have Mitt Romney waiting in the wings, practicing his smile and waiting for his moment to arrive once again in which he will robotically take the stage in Denver - or perhaps Dallas - and claim the nomination once again.
This time, Romney will win. It will be one of the times that a RINO wins because likely the Democrats are going to be the ones putting up a tired out washed-up screeching windbag.
Sorry to bum you all out but that's the way I see it going down.
Jeb (common core lover) Bush is going to be served up to us on a gleaming silver platter. Maybe as Vice Pres.,but nevah! as President.
He asked a lot of other people to save her. When they refused to do so, he refused to do so himself.
Reagan is well-rested, too!
It wasn’t a “medical murder.” She was starved and dehydrated to death. She was simply murdered.