Jeb Bush runs from his ethnicity to run

Phony Jeb caught forging heritage to win Hispanic votes

As he gears up to run for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, Jeb Bush resigned from all of his corporate and non-profit board member positions. He has reportedly been working with a personal trainer, dropping pounds before making his announcement.

But weight isn’t all he’s dropped. His ethnicity is apparently as big a burden as his formerly bulging belly.

Though Jeb Bush speaks Spanish fluently, has a Mexican-born wife, lived in Venezuela for two years, and is a Catholic convert —- he is not Hispanic. Ethnicity is not an interchangeable commodity, but he is apparently so deeply enmeshed in Hispanic culture, he forgot his parents George H.W. Bush and Barbara Bush are both bona fide blue-blooded WASPs. Barbara’s ancestors include an early colonist and Franklin Pierce, the 14th president of the United States.

The New York Times obtained Jeb Bush’s 2009 Florida voter registration form that shows he marked ‘Hispanic’ in the field labeled “race/ethnicity.”

Bush received 61 percent of the Hispanic vote in 1998 when he became governor of Florida and nearly as many when he ran for re-election in 2002. But as a pro-amnesty candidate who also supports Common Core, Bush will not appeal to conservatives regardless of what ethnicity he selects on any given day.

In 2012, Democrat Elizabeth Warren ran for a U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts professing to be a Native American —- using recipes copied from the Pow Wow Chow Cookbook in an attempt to substantiate her claim. The easily duped liberals of Massachusetts apparently didn’t care. They elected her anyway.

Will Republicans be as gullible?


11 Responses to Jeb Bush runs from his ethnicity to run

  1. Ellsworth says:

    A third Bush is a bush too far. America is not the place for dynasties. Jeb Bush ought to try perpetrating this gig in Spain or Venezuela. I wouldn’t vote for this amnesty supporting RINO under any conditions.

  2. Braveheart says:

    Sen. Rand Paul has announced, but curiously omitted any mention of the illegal invasion of the US or Obamacare. As an M.D., I expected he would address this health care mess right out of the hatch.
    Although I agree with his overarching comment, “The Washington machine must be stopped,” it is just a slogan unless he spells out specifics. He’s coming up short on the key issues.

    The flood of illegals into our country is undermining us in countless ways. We are becoming Balkanized, losing our language and heritage, and being made to pay for the benefits they take and crimes they commit. Illegal Latinos are the first group who have no desire to assimilate. But why should they? They have invaded us as surely as the Trojan horse entered Troy filled with Greek soldiers to facilitate taking down that nation. And how do we respond? Call any store, utility or commercial entity and you’ll get your answer: Push 1 for Spanish, 2 for English.

    When is enough…enough? Rand Paul missed his chance!

    • Conservative Since Birth says:

      Rand Paul wants the Republican tent expanded – filled with pot smokers, dissatisfied Democrats, lesbians, you name it. He is one who has actively gone after the black community, which is great – but why do we have to go after people who aren’t attracted to the GOP in the first place. It sounds good and to some degree it probably is good. His Libertarian side isn’t too keen on secure borders or drug laws. He may try to say that’s “not him” but, then, what really is?

    • azgary says:

      rand paul was one of the first to go the amnesty route:
      “By Sen. Rand Paul – – Friday, February 8, 2013
      EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first weekly column by Sen. Rand Paul. It will appear regularly on washingtontimes online and in the pages of The Washington Times”
      “would normalize the status of the 11 million undocumented citizens so they can join the workforce and pay taxes. I would normalize them at a rate of about 2 million per year. I would start with Dream Act kids, children brought here illegally as minors
      To those who complain that if anyone is allowed to stay without returning to Mexico that it amounts to amnesty, I say: What we have now is de facto amnesty. No undocumented immigrants are being sent home and no one is seriously advocating rounding up and sending home 11 million people. Immigration reform begins the process of bringing these folks out of the shadows”

      sounds familiar huh.
      this is the so called conservative viewpoint of republicans like the az5, cruz, etc….

      no to anybody who says illegals get to stay here (aka amnesty) and keep taking jobs from Americans and cranking out anchor babies.

      illegals, I don’t care where they go, but they cant stay here and I will not vote for any politician in any race who is for amnesty, defined as anything other than illegals leaving by whatever means it takes.

  3. SmallGovt says:

    We need a deal…No Bush’s and No Clinton’s but I don’t think the Democrats will go for that.

  4. Vince says:

    If Jeb Bush wants to be Hispanic so badly, he’s making all the right moves except running for President of the United States. He ought to try his luck in Mexico. Of course as an “undeliverable foreigner” he would be ineligible to pursue his obnoxious dream in that impoverished and crime filled country where drug cartels rule.

  5. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Poor Jeb (John Ellis Bush). He can’t shake the “white privilege” feelings from his soul. He’s consumed with anything-Hispanic. The more he pushes his obsession with illegal immigration, speaking perfect Spanish to his Mexican-born wife and Spanish-speaking audiences – he’ll lose votes from us regular ol’ white taxpaying, law-abiding Americans.

    All he has to do is drag that **”brown” son of his around the country with him to the Hispanic hotspots of America and he’ll sell his “love” of Hispanics far and wide.

    It doesn’t get anymore WASPy than Jeb Bush. He’s selling out his own heritage to be loved by Hispanics. And garner votes. Betcha his wife wouldn’t do it. They speak Spanish in the home.

    **George H.W. Bush called Jeb’s son “the little brown one” in the family – and got himself in trouble. With whom, I don’t know.

  6. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Jeb Bush’s wife, Columba, did not become an America citizen until George H.W. Bush ran for president. She did it so she could vote for him. (Not because this is such a great country?)

  7. jon jensen says:

    If jaun jeb bush wants to be a mexican so bad that he now claims he is an illegal to get hispanic votes we should send him a sombrero! Mccain is going to run on the fact he was born in central america and migrated north just like other hispanics did!

  8. American Dad says:

    Gullible? How about pathetically apathetic? As we have seen here in Arizona, the voters are easily conned. How else could John McCain, Jon Kyl and now Jeff the Flake keep getting elected to the US Senate? They are all committed amnesty frauds, who lie(d) about their positions while they campaigned, only to swing into full fledged amnesty gear as soon as the votes were in. Stop voting for familiar names. Educate yourselves about the candidate’s positions. Stop saying you’re too busy. Our country is at stake, Your kids’ futures are on the line.

  9. Maggie says:

    Where are the statesmen and women? We have lost real leadership of the type exemplified by Churchill, Reagan and Thatcher. Egotistic fools are stepping to the forefront in politics. Then again, Americans have twice elected Barack Hussein Obama, a man who rated applause when the told crowds of undereducated Americans that he wanted to “fundamentally transform America.”

    Public schools under the thumb of liberal educrats no longer teach our children about American exceptionalism.