Jeb Bush family vendetta to turn Texas blue revenge against Perotistas

November 4, 2012

The Bush family vendetta against White Americans who voted against Bushes is coming closer to fruition in the Jeb Bush mind.

Steve Sailer writes at Vdare on Jeb Bush’s latest premonition.

http://www.vdare.com/posts/heckuva-job-bushies-jeb-bush-believes-texas-will-be-blue-by-2016

This blog has pointed out for years that the Bush family have a vendetta against Whites for voting against GHWB in the 1960s in Texas.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ralph_Yarborough#Becoming_a_Senator

n 1964, Yarborough again won the primary without a runoff and went on to general election victory with 56.2 percent in LBJ’s 1964 Democratic landslide. His Republican Party (GOP) opponent was future president George Herbert Walker Bush who attacked Yarborough as a left-wing demagogue and for his vote in favor of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Yarborough denounced Bush as an extremist to the right of that year’s GOP nominee for president Barry M. Goldwater and as a rich easterner and a carpetbagger trying to buy a Senate seat.

Thus was formed the Bush aversion to the right wing and to the White wing at the same time.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Herbert_Walker_Bush#Congressional_years

 

Bush was elected in 1966 to a House of Representatives seat from the 7th District of Texas, defeating Democrat Frank Briscoe with 57% of the vote;[17] he became the first Republican to represent Houston.[13] Bush’s representative district included Tanglewood, the Houston neighborhood that was his residence;[18] his family had moved into Tanglewood in the 1960s.[19] His voting record in the House was generally conservative:[13] Bush voted for the Civil Rights Act of 1968, although it was generally unpopular in his district.[13] He supported the Nixon administration‘s Vietnam policies, but broke with Republicans on the issue of birth control.[13] Despite being a first-term congressman, Bush was appointed to the powerful House Ways and Means Committee,[12] where he voted to abolish the military draft.[12] He was elected to a second term in 1968.[20]

Bush immediately betrayed his constituents on Civil Rights and other issues.This set the Bush pattern of revenge against Whites who elect them because of the Whites who voted against Bush in 1964.

This was then cemented in 1970 when Bush lost another Senate race.

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