Grandpa George Bush Is Dying…

I wonder if Grandpa Bush believes in the afterlife? I also wonder if he hopes his actions on the infamous day in Dallas Texas in 1963 doesn’t condemn him to the fiery pit of hell? You see, Georgie Boy was neck deep in the plot to kill President John F. Kennedy way back when. They want you to believe he is just a lovable old guy, he’s a murderer or at least a co-conspirator.

George Bush Sr. happened to be working for the Central Intelligence Agency back then whether he wants to admit it or not. He and his band of rogue CIA agents wanted JFK disposed of because they felt slighted by Kennedy’s attempts to stop any further invasions of Cuba. It all had to do with George’s dad, the Nazi loving Prescott Bush, and his loss of the Union Bank back during World War II and J. Edgar Hoover.

Here’s the funny thing about Grandpa Bush, he can’t quite remember where he was the day Kennedy died. Anyone and I mean anyone who was alive then knew where they were when President Kennedy was assassinated. I was six years old and in my basement playing with toys and I remember. Mr. Bush was 38 years old and he can’t remember where he was that fateful day? 

If there is a hell, I hope he’s got the ultimate fast pass to go there. Just maybe he’ll be seated next to his old buddy Howard Hunt, the real trigger man. Lee Harvey Oswald wasn’t the gunman, he was indeed a patsy. Everyone knows the kill shot came from the grassy knoll.

 I guess it all doesn’t mean much anymore, all the players will soon be no more. They say if you don’t remember the past, you’ll be condemned to live it again. I advise any President or President To Be, not to slight any of the intelligence agencies…This too will pass

3 thoughts on “Grandpa George Bush Is Dying…

  1. Nothing much has changed since the days of the Medicis, right? And way before that infamous Italian family. Clandestine hit operations, deceptive elections, internal power wars in all levels of government and religions. A friend has just become a grandfather twice this year and I wonder what world these new borns are going to experience as they grow into adulthood. As someone once told me: “Naivete is not a virtue.”


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