Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Forgotten Bush Wants to Fail Too

Politico is reporting that Jeb and Flow Bush is considering running for the US Senate in 2010 in Florida. Normally we wouldn't pass this along, because it's boring and who cares what Jeb and Flow says anyway, but there was this one little gem in the article:

Bush said conservatives should “do the math of the new demographics of the United States,” explaining that the Republican Party “can’t be anti-Hispanic, anti-young person — anti many things — and be surprised when we don’t win elections.”

Bush continued, "look, we all want to be anti-Hispanic, anti-young person, anti-black, anti-woman, totally anti-gay (that's a slam dunk right there), anti-Asian, anti-Hispanic, anti-gay, and anti-poor. Of course we want that. Look at those people. They make me sick. They're not like us. Frankly I'm terrified of them. All of 'em. Each one more than the last, to be perfectly frank. Scared to goddamn death. Keeps ol' Jeb up at night. But I need at least some of those monsters to vote for me, so I should probaly keep my mouth shut. May have said to much already."

1 comment:

Ed Murray said...

We need to take the Republican party back to the principles it was founded upon when it was the Democratic Party by making it the anti-Republican party.

... wait, is that right?

Should we all vote Whig in 2012?