Nazi looted art found at future site of Bush presidential library

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    Nazi looted art found at future site of Bush presidential library - The Hill's Blog Briefing Room

    Now, resisting the urge to laugh at the irony, it's not like Bush's family was involved with the Nazis or anything.

    How Bush's grandfather helped Hitler's rise to power | World news | The Guardian

    Uhm..Well..This is awkward. :eusa_eh: :lol:

    Though I will say this, someone needs to get Eots or Terral on the case considering the Rothschilds are involved. :lol:
     
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    The real irony is a G.W. Bush library.
     
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    How many coloring books do you think it hold?
     
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    No, the real irony is Obama represents change.
     
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    Well then i guess that makes Bush a Nazi huh? And??....
     
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    Let me be very clear - I think W was a poor president and that we are still trying to get out of the hole he dug us into - BUT this is one of those silly spin job threads that I detest.
     
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    They were found at SMU, the future home of the Bush library. And, other than showing your inane partisan proclivity, what does this have to do with the Bush family?
     
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    Yea that Bush was a damn Nazi!!!! Man,talk about boring and stale rhetoric. The Liberal loons just seem so lost without their Bush Boogeyman. Now they're actually resorting to playing their tired old Nazi card. I actually feel sorry for them now. I never thought i would say that. lol!
     
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    This is a circular story. One the one hand they have identified it as stolen......then. On the other hand, they seem to be very aware of the provenance through Meadows who endowed the museum. I am not getting it. It says now they are looking to see if Meadows paid the Rothschilds????
     

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