John Ellis "Jeb" Bush and His
Horrendously Horrible Histories
Jeb Bush, the good son--he could sing the good song, if only he had the soul. Jeb the moderate, the sensible conservative, competent governor, business builder, self-deemed wonk, establishment darling. How has this mirage been rigged? What well-oiled machinations have orchestrated such delusions? Just drill a little deeper, uncap the well, expose the pent-up secrets and witness a ground-shaking blowout.
With hindsight, we can now see that even a modicum of due diligence into his brother's DNA would have allowed a picture of what was destined to transpire during that presidency--for It was written. The answers lie in the family's long-standing nefarious histories.
If Jeb disappears prematurely from our radar, vital truths may remain buried for yet another generation. Understand who Jeb is; then one can actually understand virtually every misstep America has taken since the 1950s, leading remorselessly to War, the birth of radicalism, polarization and the Stupidparty, all the way to 2016, with its abysmal collection of Stupidparty presidential candidates-none of whom have any interest in salvaging American democracy, or learning from such histories.
Jeb's heart does not beat in tune with the needs of the American people; it beats to a different drum. To find its source, to understand its rhythm, we must venture into shadowy secret castles to reconnect with echoes of the past, in order to avoid an inglorious future. Paperback: 318 pages
- Publisher: Fact Over Fiction Publishing (April 1, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0996073930
- ISBN-13: 978-0996073936
Patrick Andendall has always had an interest in politics and, being multicultural, he views issues from a more international perspective. In 2004, five days before the election, he flew to Cleveland and pitched in to help with the political process. What he discovered was the dissolution of the American Dream, which he writes about in his book Stupidparty. Educated at English boarding schools from the age of seven, Andendall went on to graduate from Lancing College. He started by sometimes working three jobs at once, trainee underwriter/ claim broker at Lloyd's of London, his own one-man cleaning company (cleaning the very offices of a reinsurance company he would transact business at), plus working seasonally on various farms. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I found the book to be very interesting. A lot of information that I had no idea about. The book wasn't exactly what I thought it would be. I had hopes of positive and negative information. There wasn't any positive info, just negative. We all have events in our past that others may find distasteful. I feel that it is time to stop the negativity and start being positive. Digging up dirt and secrets of the past, information that we find negative, but others may not, isn't accomplishing anything. Negativity breeds negativity. Haven't we all had enough? I have no objection to stating facts, but why don't we put some positive facts to match up with the negative? Are we too perfect and others imperfect that we can't see good in others? I realize that Republicans take the Republican side,(usually) regardless of right or wrong. Regardless of who fits the bill best, but just because they are Republicans. Same is true for the Democrats. Why don't we just unite, all objective and support the best person for the job, not taking party sides? We all, not just politicians, have some dark secrets. Just dig deep enough and you'll find them. I do believe the book is well written and does relate some very interesting facts. The author must have done a tremendous amount of research. Everyone is entitled to their opinion. Let's put a little positivity into our thinking and make the best choice. I'm not saying you shouldn't take seriously any negative FACTS, but take into account the positive too. Very interesting book and as I said well written. I would suggest you read and make your own conclusion. As a last comment, I didn't realize what his actual name was.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in exchange for my unbiased review.
I would give this book 4 STARS.
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