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Bush says if GOP stands for 'White Anglo-Saxon Protestantism, then it's not going to win anything

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The guy who burned trillions in a desert while China laughed all the way to the bank and told them "please, go chase the terrorists, go America. Yeah!". Of course, just as the conservatives in Canada did two decades ago, he is jumping on the "the party is not inclusive enough" to try and deflate the movement that is making HIM even more irrelevant than he already is. This isn't your party anymore pal, it's for the people who are tired of losing.

Does this low-I.Q Neo-Con insult to human intellect understand that Trump won more minority votes than any GOP candidate and had record numbers for a president in re-election? Bush needed billions, his dads name and a recount to win his first election that many Dems still say wasn't on the level.

When CNN is drooling all over you, you know it's because this guy represents all of the failure that has allowed China to become top dog, while a handful of conmen in the West made cash (only temporarily, though they are too thick to understand this).

China is dividing America and this selfish fool is helping them...yet again...I almost feel ashamed supporting Bush. I did so because I support the American People. Apparently he doesn't feel the same way.

MSS must be having a field day with their annual foreign recruitment drive. The West is open for business and you can bet many security agents are jumping ship.


Washington (CNN)Former President George W. Bush again criticized what he sees as a Republican Party that is not inclusive enough, arguing that if it stands for "White Anglo-Saxon Protestantism, then it's not going to win anything."

The comments by the 43rd President -- who has recently critiqued the modern GOP with a candor that has been unusual for him in retirement -- speak to a rift in the party that has one side urging a doubling-down on former President Donald Trump's brand of nativist politics and another that wants to return to the more traditional GOP that Bush once led.

Bush made the remark in a podcast interview with The Dispatch last week in response to a question about members of the Republican Party who planned to start a caucus pushing for "Anglo-Saxon political tradition" and Republicans who peddled the falsehood that the 2020 election was stolen. Bush, who said he does not believe the election was stolen, told The Dispatch that while he believes Republicans will eventually govern again, "if the Republican Party stands for exclusivity -- you know, it used to be country clubs, now evidently it's White Anglo-Saxon Protestantism -- then it's not going to win anything."

It's far from clear, however, if the former President's guidance will find an audience among a GOP whose leaders are reluctant to defy former President Donald Trump and his base.
 
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Never a fan of GW and I never voted for him.

And to show how stupid he is, Trump had the highest percentage of minority voters than any Republican since 1960.

President Trump actively courted black and Latino voters.
 

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If the GOP becomes Chi-Com USA Lite, it's fucked forever too!

We are in bad need of an inquisition and execution of all who are sellouts to the fucking slopes.

Kill a commie for mommy.
 

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Now GWB is a ‘RINO.’

If Republicans aren’t careful they’re going to run out of ‘real’ Republicans.
 

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Washington (CNN)Former President George W. Bush again criticized what he sees as a Republican Party that is not inclusive enough, arguing that if it stands for "White Anglo-Saxon Protestantism, then it's not going to win anything."
That's starting to sound like he's converted to Catholicism and gone Democrat.
The 16th-century Protestant Reformation led by Martin Luther, Ulrich Zwingli, John Calvin, William Farel, and many others was obviously "White" or "Anglo-Saxon" because that is the race those people happened to be, as Protestants against a predominantly "ROMAN" Catholic Church such as it was primarily ruled by Italians, Latinos, non-white Hispanics etc. at the time.
 

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What is Protestantism only for whites? Btw their work ethic survives to this day. Warehouse in my area went on strike. Company flew in some replacements to keep it going. Lasted only 2 weeks. They found out real quick who was worth what.
 

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What’s wrong with White Anglo-Saxon Protestants? They built this country. How are all those Latin Catholic countries doing down south? Oh...not so good. How are all those Muslim African countries doing? Oh...yea...

So his big brain idea is to import more third world “diversity immigrants”. That’s been working wonders for our country so far, ain’t it?
 

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What is Protestantism only for whites? Btw their work ethic survives to this day. Warehouse in my area went on strike. Company flew in some replacements to keep it going. Lasted only 2 weeks. They found out real quick who was worth what.
Obviously Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. -- as well as his father and grandfather and his 15th-century German namesake -- was Protestant as well -- perhaps not so much "White Anglo-Saxon" but that family too (with the name of King) had to have had some white heritage as well as black -- he was not 100% black African by any stretch.
 

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Washington (CNN)Former President George W. Bush again criticized what he sees as a Republican Party that is not inclusive enough, arguing that if it stands for "White Anglo-Saxon Protestantism, then it's not going to win anything."
That's starting to sound like he's converted to Catholicism and gone Democrat.
The 16th-century Protestant Reformation led by Martin Luther, Ulrich Zwingli, John Calvin, William Farel, and many others was obviously "White" or "Anglo-Saxon" because that is the race those people happened to be, as Protestants against a predominantly "ROMAN" Catholic Church such as it was primarily ruled by Italians, Latinos, non-white Hispanics etc. at the time.

lol Most Italians and Spaniards are as white as any anglo-saxon; they're Celtic, after all. Sicilians and southern Italians are more brown, due to Muslim invasions, but they're a minority; the most prosperous Italians are the northern Italians, descendants of the Cisalpine Gauls. The 'elites' in Mexico, Brazil, and other Central and South American countries are mostly very white as well, usually pure Spaniard, with red and blonde hair not uncommon.
 

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lol Most Italians and Spaniards are as white as any anglo-saxon; they're Celtic, after all.
There are some white Irish and Welsh people, Celtic etc., who are Roman Catholic, but Italians and Spaniards tend to have very dark hair, dark brown eyes, and light olive to dark brown skin.
 

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The guy who burned trillions in a desert while China laughed all the way to the bank and told them "please, go chase the terrorists, go America. Yeah!". Of course, just as the conservatives in Canada did two decades ago, he is jumping on the "the party is not inclusive enough" to try and deflate the movement that is making HIM even more irrelevant than he already is. This isn't your party anymore pal, it's for the people who are tired of losing.

Does this low-I.Q Neo-Con insult to human intellect understand that Trump won more minority votes than any GOP candidate and had record numbers for a president in re-election? Bush needed billions, his dads name and a recount to win his first election that many Dems still say wasn't on the level.

When CNN is drooling all over you, you know it's because this guy represents all of the failure that has allowed China to become top dog, while a handful of conmen in the West made cash (only temporarily, though they are too thick to understand this).

China is dividing America and this selfish fool is helping them...yet again...I almost feel ashamed supporting Bush. I did so because I support the American People. Apparently he doesn't feel the same way.

MSS must be having a field day with their annual foreign recruitment drive. The West is open for business and you can bet many security agents are jumping ship.


Washington (CNN)Former President George W. Bush again criticized what he sees as a Republican Party that is not inclusive enough, arguing that if it stands for "White Anglo-Saxon Protestantism, then it's not going to win anything."

The comments by the 43rd President -- who has recently critiqued the modern GOP with a candor that has been unusual for him in retirement -- speak to a rift in the party that has one side urging a doubling-down on former President Donald Trump's brand of nativist politics and another that wants to return to the more traditional GOP that Bush once led.

Bush made the remark in a podcast interview with The Dispatch last week in response to a question about members of the Republican Party who planned to start a caucus pushing for "Anglo-Saxon political tradition" and Republicans who peddled the falsehood that the 2020 election was stolen. Bush, who said he does not believe the election was stolen, told The Dispatch that while he believes Republicans will eventually govern again, "if the Republican Party stands for exclusivity -- you know, it used to be country clubs, now evidently it's White Anglo-Saxon Protestantism -- then it's not going to win anything."

It's far from clear, however, if the former President's guidance will find an audience among a GOP whose leaders are reluctant to defy former President Donald Trump and his base.

Trump and his supporters are the low IQ morons. Who was the last president who got more votes than the Democrat. George W Bush. He is right. The Republican base is shrinking. Suburban counties are moving into the Democrat column. Gwinnett and Cobb counties in Georgia were solid Republican. Now they are solid Democrat. Maricopa County in Arizona went Democrat for the first time. republicans are being rejected by every ethnic group except whites. That is shrfinking as the country becomes more diverse. Even that base is splitting as elements of w2hite voters vote Democrat.
 

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Never a fan of GW and I never voted for him.

And to show how stupid he is, Trump had the highest percentage of minority voters than any Republican since 1960.

President Trump actively courted black and Latino voters.

He still lost big time among minorities. He has driven away suburban females who are moving to the Democrat Party. I was not enthralled with Bush but his Presidency looks like the good old days. George W Bush left office underwater in his approvals but since Trump took office, he has a positive rating that is just under 60%.
 

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He has driven away suburban females who are moving to the Democrat Party.
I thought those were the "Karens" who were calling the cops on the BLM guys. But why would Democrats be calling the cops to press charges against other Democrats?
 

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lol Most Italians and Spaniards are as white as any anglo-saxon; they're Celtic, after all.
There are some white Irish and Welsh people, Celtic etc., who are Roman Catholic, but Italians and Spaniards tend to have very dark hair, dark brown eyes, and light olive to dark brown skin.

Those that bred with Muslim invaders, yes, same as with southern Italians.
 

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