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RINO Hall of Infamy

The RINO Hall of Infamy features info on RINOs who have been so egregious that they rise above and beyond everyday turncoat Republicans. To be enshrined here means that they truly are the worst of the worst…

jeb-bush-rino-hall-of-infamyJeb Bush: The very first “inductee” in the RINO Hall of Infamy

Former Florida Governor (and 2016 presidential wannabe) Jeb Bush gave a speech at New York’s famous “92nd Street Y,” in which he revealed a consuming disdain for America that rivals Barack Obama’s despicable comments at the February 5, 2015 annual National “Prayer” Breakfast. By any standard, Bush failed to reflect the ideals of conservatism, or even any concept of what it should mean to be an American.

Bush exhibited a total ignorance of America’s Judeo-Christian founding, and its significance to the forging of this nation in its greatness. From his comments, one might presume that American excellence might be a matter of mere chance, otherwise on equal par with the squalor and corruption of third world dictatorships. Clearly, Barack Obama isn’t the only person obsessed with destructively “transforming” America.

Comparing immigrants to Americans (and making no distinction between legal and illegal), Bush offered the following assessments:

[Immigrants are] “more entrepreneurial. They set up more businesses. They buy more homes. They’re more family oriented. They work in jobs that in many cases are jobs that have gone unfulfilled.”

“I think Detroit would do real well if we started repopulating it with young aspirational [foreign] people.”

“We have people that mope around thinking ‘My life is bad. My children will not have the same opportunities that I had.’ What a horrible notion in America, the most optimistic of places. And I think an economically driven immigration plan would lift our spirits up dramatically.”

“The one way that we can rebuild the demographic pyramid is to fix a broken immigration system. If we do this, we will rebuild our country in a way that will allow us to grow. If we don’t, we will be in decline because the productivity of this country is dependent on young people that are equipped to be able to work hard. Immigrants create far more businesses than native-born Americans over the last twenty years. Immigrants are more fertile, and they love families and have more intact families.”