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Brenda Walker at Vdare on Bush victim Tina Davila

November 17, 2008

Tina Davila is a victim of George W. Bush as much as anyone else who might be called that and more so than many. Do you think Americans who died in Iraq are Bush victims? Tina Davila was a Bush victim because one of Bush’s illegals killed her, after being caught before.

http://blog.vdare.com/archives/2008/11/17/whyd-they-let-him-go-previously-arrested-illegal-alien-kills-woman-in-carjacking-attempt/

17 November 2008
“Why’d They Let Him Go?” Previously Arrested Illegal Alien Kills Woman In Carjacking Attempt.
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Bush keeps killing. All the illegals here, especially ones caught and released are Bush’s killers. Timoteo Rios was the instrument of Bush’s vendetta against Buchanan Perot voters who humiliated his father in 1992 by defeating him. Bush wants revenge. Bush will keep on killing long after he is gone and long after our soldiers are out of Iraq.

https://oldatlanticlighthouse.wordpress.com/2007/05/17/bush-senate-amnesty-vendetta-on-buchanan-perot-voters-for-92-00-betrayals/

Bush Speaks of Perot and Buchanan Acting in ‘Vendetta’

Gov. George W. Bush sternly denounced Ross Perot and Patrick J. Buchanan today, suggesting that ”personal vendettas” may be driving their apparent alliance to have Mr. Buchanan seek the Reform Party nomination. Mr. Bush asserted that both men helped undermine his father’s unsuccessful campaign for re-election to the White House in 1992.

I’ve always thought the 1992 campaign was hard for my dad to get traction in the race because of, first, Patrick J. Buchanan, and then Ross Perot inflicted a series of cuts,” Mr. Bush said in a response to questions at a news conference in a two-day campaign swing in this state. ”If the adage is true — you die a death of a thousand cuts in politics — Ross Perot was a part of the thousand cuts.

Mr. Bush’s display of a festering resentment toward Mr. Perot and Mr. Buchanan was unusual in a campaign in which Mr. Bush has tried to strike an accommodating tone to win over a broad spectrum of voters.

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“Inflicted a series of cuts,” Bush speaks of.  Almost a literal description of the killings by Bush’s illegals on Americans.

Witnesses told police Davila refused to hand over her car keys and screamed as she was stabbed in the chest: “My baby! My baby!”

[“Why’d they let him go?” | In killing blamed on immigrant, woman’s kin want answers, By Susan Carroll,Houston Chronicle, November 16, 2008]

“Inflicted a series of cuts.”  Those are the cuts he keeps inflicting on Buchanan Perot voters, white women like Tina Davila, whether she ever voted for them or not.  In Bush’s mind they share the mark of the Devil, whites from founding stock or long in the country. These are the whites who didn’t give Bush respect as a boy in Midlands Texas like his Mexican maid did.  They didn’t know how important Bushes were and now they pay the price. And will keep on paying the price.

“Inflicted a series of cuts.” Like with box cutters?  They inflicted a series of cuts to take the planes.  “We have some planes”. Those were Bush’s killers too.  And he used that incident to kill Saddam who had plotted to kill Bush Jr’s father.  Bush Jr had two vendettas when he became president, get Saddam and get Buchanan Perot voters. The latter by immigration.

US population shot up under Bush Sr and Bush Jr to its over 300 million today from the immigration increases started by Bush Sr. in 1990.  US census numbers up to 1990 at 10 year intervals:

http://www.census.gov/population/www/censusdata/files/urpop0090.txt

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http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/picrender.fcgi?artid=1213928&blobtype=pdf

We investigated various cases of the island model with stochastic migration. If the population is infinite, the immigrants have a fixed gene frequency and the alleles are neutral, the gene frequency on the island converges to that of the immigrants.

https://oldatlanticlighthouse.wordpress.com/2007/06/30/population-genetics-island-model-one-way-migration/

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Why not call it the Bush model?  Bush brings them here to kill us here. Bush brings us there for them to kill us there.  Photos of Bush’s willing accomplices to his vendetta against Buchanan Perot voters and their extended families or just those who live near them:

http://www.chron.com/databases/criminalimmigrants

Don’t forget that the Bush family wanted to kill our country and remove us.  They think we are cowards who won’t speak up because they or their MSM surrogates will call us bigots.

Bush Senate Amnesty: Vendetta on Buchanan Perot voters for ’92, ’00 betrayals?

May 17, 2007

In the New York Times, RICHARD L. BERKE as Published: September 30, 1999 wrote about “Mr. Bush’s display of a festering resentment toward Mr. Perot and Mr. Buchanan”. Is Bush’s amnesty and legal immigration program part of this resentment? Did Bush have two vendettas when he became president, get Saddam Hussein for the attempt on his father’s life and get the Buchanan Perot voters for betraying his father in 1992 and causing his election defeat?

Bush Speaks of Perot and Buchanan Acting in ‘Vendetta’

Gov. George W. Bush sternly denounced Ross Perot and Patrick J. Buchanan today, suggesting that ”personal vendettas” may be driving their apparent alliance to have Mr. Buchanan seek the Reform Party nomination. Mr. Bush asserted that both men helped undermine his father’s unsuccessful campaign for re-election to the White House in 1992.

I’ve always thought the 1992 campaign was hard for my dad to get traction in the race because of, first, Patrick J. Buchanan, and then Ross Perot inflicted a series of cuts,” Mr. Bush said in a response to questions at a news conference in a two-day campaign swing in this state. ”If the adage is true — you die a death of a thousand cuts in politics — Ross Perot was a part of the thousand cuts.

Mr. Bush’s display of a festering resentment toward Mr. Perot and Mr. Buchanan was unusual in a campaign in which Mr. Bush has tried to strike an accommodating tone to win over a broad spectrum of voters.

Are Lou Dobbs Democrats taken from the Buchanan Perot voters, and now Bush focuses his resentment on them as well? Buchanan Perot voters voted against Bush Sr in 1992. They voted against Bush Jr. as governor of Texas, and Perot voters consider Perot a real Texican and Bush Jr. to be a Yale man carpetbagger. Pat Buchanan voters voted against Bush Sr. in 1992 and against Bush Jr. in 2000.

Buchanan voters caused the election to go to the Supreme Court. If they had all voted for Bush Jr. as they are supposed to, there would have been no problem in 2000.

http://clerk.house.gov/member_info/electionInfo/2000election.pdf

Florida page 13:

Republican (Bush) 2,912,790

Democrat (Gore) 2,912,253

Reform (Buchanan) 17,484

Bush won, officially, by 537 votes. Pat Buchanan got 17,484 votes. So if Buchanan had not run, Bush would have won without the recount mess.

1992 Election

http://www.uselectionatlas.org/RESULTS/national.php?f=0&year=1992

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U.S._presidential_election,_1992

William Jefferson Clinton 43.0%

George H. W. Bush 37.4%

H. Ross Perot 18.9%

So if Perot had not run in 1992, Bush Sr. would have won, Bush Jr. can tell himself. It was the Buchanan Perot voters who betrayed Bush Sr. in 1992 and Bush Jr. in 2000. They are disloyal and Bush Jr. resents them. Or so we might infer. Bush Jr. ignored the warning signs before 9-11. After 9-11, he has done almost nothing to secure the borders or protect the people from immigration.

In 1992 and 2000, Buchanan Perot voters voted against immigration. They realize its harming them in wages and economic prosperity. Bush Jr. wants to fulfill his second vendetta, the first being against Saddam, on these voters by amnesty and legal immigration?


1996 election results wiki

Clinton 49.2

Dole 40.7

Perot 8.4

So Clinton picked up 6 percentage points from 1992 to 1996 from Perot. That is one way to define or measure Democrat votes taken by Perot, this is one way to measure the Lou Dobbs Democrats.

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The following article makes the argument that it was the Perot voter who voted the Democrats into control of Congress in 2006.

Perot’s Revenge

“Put simply, 2006 saw the return of the Perot voter: economically populist, socially moderate voters with highly nationalist tendencies. Had the Democrats not courted candidates who fit this mold in a number of high profile races, Republicans would almost certainly control the Senate right now if not the House. Democratic candidates like Webb, McCaskill, Casey, and Tester all won by appealing to this specific group of voters who found themselves once again disenchanted with a Republican Party led by a president named Bush.”

“My guess is this group is also anti-free trade and strongly opposed to the president’s immigration plan. Again, Perotism rises 14 years later to defeat another guy named Bush.”

“The new Democratic majority has these voters to thank for its ascendancy. Without their votes in the industrial north, west, and midwest, Republicans would still be in charge.
… This gives Republicans a real shot at winning these voters back if the Boxerites take over the party the way they did after these same Perot types voted Democrat back in 1992 and watched as the party veered to the far left.”

Note, the odd question marks in the original were edited out.

Buchananites, Perot Voters, Nader Greens, Lou Dobbs Democrats. The name changes but the dissatisfaction with the two headed monster stays the same? And its because of bipartisan opposition to the American people on immigration, jihad, etc? The bipartisan jihad on the middle class is finally catching up with the two party duopoly as Nader calls it?

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Many Bush Jr. administration appointees were from Bush Sr. administration. But many of these disliked Reagen Republicans and Reagen Democrats starting in or even before 1988.

Departing ship
By Daniel Gallington
May 19, 2007 Washington Times

In a nutshell, many of the “Bush I” people disliked the Reagan people because the Reaganites thought many of the Bush people second-rate.
In addition, many of the Bush I people tried very hard to be Reagan people and were not allowed in, not even during the second Reagan term, or even during the last half of the second Reagan term. Result? These were people with serious chips on their shoulders, especially for the Reagan-era traditional Republicans.

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