And the Bush’s really reflect the very best of the American spirit:
But what really struck me was the BBC story aired on July 23rd, 2007, documenting President George W. Bush’s grandfather’s involvement in a 1933 plot to overthrow the U.S. government and install a fascist dictatorship.
– Plot to overthrow FDR – Smetley Butler. Prescott Bush (Google Video):
A BBC Radio 4 investigation sheds new light on a major subject that has received little historical attention, the conspiracy on behalf of a group of influential powerbrokers, led by Prescott Bush, to overthrow FDR and implement a fascist dictatorship in the U.S. based around the ideology of Mussolini and Hitler.
Who would want and allow the son and grandson of Prescott Bush, who wanted to overthrow the US government and install a fascist dictatorship, to become Presidents of the US?
Americans never had a choice, because Presidents are selected (by the elite), not elected.
Now America is blessed with elite puppet President Obama bin Bush, who has turned out to be a lot worse than even G. W. Bush.
Respect: The current U.S. President Barack Obama honours former premier George H.W. Bush, telling him his 70 years of service to the country is testament to the belief that public service is a noble calling (culling)
Barack Obama honoured former president George H.W. Bush with the Medal of Freedom today, telling him his ‘humility and decency reflects the very best of the American spirit’.
Bush Snr was among 15 recipients of the honour, which is presented to those who have made valued contributions to U.S. national security, world peace, culture or other significant public or private endeavours.
Presenting the medals at a ceremony at the White House, President Obama said the recipients represented, ‘the best of who we are and who we aspire to be’.
The 2010 Medal of Honour recipients were announced in November. Other winners include:
– Angela Merkel, German Chancellor
– John H. Adams, co-founder of Natural Resources Defense Council
– Maya Angelou, poet and author
– Jasper Johns, artist
– Gerda Weissmann Klein, Holocaust survivor and author
– Dr. Tom Little (posthumous), optometrist murdered on humanitarian mission in Afghanistan
– Sylvia Mendez, civil rights activist of Mexican and Puerto Rican descent
– Stan Musial, Hall of Fame baseball player
– Bill Russell, professional basketball player and first African American to coach in the NBA
– Jean Kennedy Smith, founder of VSA, a non-profit organization that promotes the artistic talents of people with disabilities
– John J. Sweeney, President Emeritus of the AFL-CIO
By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 11:24 PM on 15th February 2011
Source: Daily Mail