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Does Pierce Bush look like is famous uncle???

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by ASLANSPAL, Jul 12, 2006.

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  1. Yes ,he looks like a younger George W. Bush

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  2. No, he looks like his father

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  3. Actually he kinda resembles a hybrid Barbara Bush and the Quaker Oats man ;)

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  1. ASLANSPAL

    ASLANSPAL New Member

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    http://www.wonkette.com/assets/resources/2006/06/Pierce%20Bush%202.jpg

    http://www.wonkette.com/assets/resources/2006/06/Pierce%20Bush%203.jpg

    Wow! the family values are just running rampant from this guy ...perhaps his is thinking about going to Iraq while he is yuking it up.

    Oh yeah he made news few months ago by defending the moneyed sheiks of Arabia...what a loser this guy is.

    [​IMG]http://www.crooksandliars.com/posts/2006/03/12/pierce-bush-bushs-nephew-goes-on-the-today-show-to-defend-his-uncle-over-the-ports/
     
  2. Mike McK

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    Oy Gevalt! A young man is dancing with a pretty girl!

    It's a good thing we have aslans[snip] to make a big deal out of it.
     
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    carpro Well-Known Member

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    This thread says a lot more about the values of APAL than it does the Bush family.
     
  4. Mike McK

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    He has values?

    I've already put him on "ignore".
     
  5. Bro. Curtis

    Bro. Curtis <img src =/curtis.gif>

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    I'm not interested enough in what this Bush looks like, to take A-Pal off of ignore.
     
  6. Martin

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    True...enough said.
     
  7. ASLANSPAL

    ASLANSPAL New Member

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    Wow! The bushbots refuse to debate instead attack the messenger ..typical

    It is legitiimate what he looks like and what apparently he acts like. Since he has thrown himself into the political realm.

    1.Iraq why isn't this young bush fighting in Iraq instead of yukking it up ..a picture tells a thousand words.

    2.The Dubai Ports deal if he cared so much about the middle east then he would be over there defending it.
     
  8. Martin

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    ==Because he is an American citizen and, as an American citizen, he can choose whether or not to join the military. He cannot be forced into the military by his uncle, parents, or you. He is a private American citizen who has been elected to no office. His personal behavior is his business. It is not your business, not mine, not his uncle's, only his (his parents, etc). I know that answer is not political enough, or anti-Bush enough, but it is truth.

    ==As an American citizen he is free to express his views in whatever format he pleases. It is called the First Amendment,

    "Congress shall make no law...abridging the freedom of speech"

    If a tv show will have him on as a guest I suppose that is the format he will use. We use this board as a format to express our views/opinions. He is just as free as we are to use any format he wishes and/or any format that is open to him (tv, radio, internet, etc).

    Since he is not an elected offical his personal behavior is 100% beside the point and not important. He is free, as are all American's, to have his own personal life (for better or worse). I am sure that he will grow up and see how silly his partying lifestyle is. I think this is true of most people who go through a "wild" period during their young adult life.
     
  9. Rocko9

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    I am not aware that this young man has any designs on entering politics but if he does I am sure that the same people who were smart enough to vote for Bill Clinton and George Bush will probably vote for this guy as well.
    Vote Tancredo for President.
    O.K. This was my absolute last post on this board.
    All my best to Those I have disagreed with and to those I have agreed with . May God bless you all and thanks for putting up with me.
     
  10. ASLANSPAL

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    During this bush culture he is fair game because of Iraq

    Oh the bush bot apologists to the core his personal behaviour is only part of it and IMHO the fruit of this family does not fall far from the tree ..this family has abused this country. IMHO and people like you turn a blind eye to immoral behaviour from leaders and children who are political and just wink at it. The way the children are raised does reflect on the family period! is it all there fault no, but they are a part of the problem and it is reprehensible during this time of death and maiming in Iraq that this loser is yukking it up.That is my salient point.

    Like I said it is a legitimate political debate and we have debated it before about the sons and daughters of politicians who seems to deflect service in Iraq but support the war by yukking it up.

    Pierce Bush inserted himself into the Dubai ports deal in a very strong manner ...he is fair political game.


    Elected official, has nothing to do with it and everything to do with the bush culture of letting others fight and die in their incompetent occupation of Iraq.
     
  11. Mike McK

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    Martin, just put him on ignore. If we stop feeding the trolls, they'll go away.
     
  12. Martin

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    ==Do you have people in your family who are not "christian" in their behavior? I do. I am glad we are not judged by our families. You probably are as well. Therefore you should give this young man the same respect.

    ==The children of political leaders are not my concern, nor should they be yours. They are not public officals. This is not about turning a blind eye to immorality.

    ==Well I guess we could say the same thing about more than a few people in your family, and mine. Btw, good families can "produce" bad children.

     
  13. Joseph_Botwinick

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    Aslan,

    Your profile says you live in Arkansas for a time. All I really want to knwo is when you will your time be up and you will leave Arkansas?

    BTW,

    I hope you continue spewing your hatred as strongly as you can. You are a dream come true for Republicans like myself.

    Joseph Botwinick
     
  14. Hope of Glory

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    In those pictures, I thought he looked more like a Kennedy.
     
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    OK, I peeked at the picture. All I can say is, the younger Bush drinks a lousy beer.
     
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    As long as he's not backing the war, partying and drinking are his right, and we should let him be.

    If he's supporting the war, he needs to get to a recruiter and do it.
     
  17. Martin

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    ==As an American who believes firmly in freedom of speech, I cannot agree with that. American citizins are free to believe what they wish, and to voice those views. This young man is no exception to the rule.

    ....not saying that the structure of military life would not do him a world of good, it probably would.
     
  18. Phillip

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    How old is this kid? How many kids in America today care what is happening in Iraq, Israel, Lebanon, Syria, Iran, North Korea? How many kids do you know that are yukking it up while all the so called death and maiming goes on in Iraq.

    Since your tying this in to all of the blood-shed in Iraq. Let's see what a friend of mine just sent me....by the way this is in the public domain:


    <FONT face="Times New Roman"><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 18pt"><FONT size=4><STRONG>Did you know that
     
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