At Least Texans Are Not Stupid Enough To Elect Another BadBush

Papa CIA BadBush, Serial Pedophile, and his Village idiot son, Jr. BadBush.

Pierce BadBush, the grandson of the late President George H.W.  BadBush, failed to make the cut Tuesday in his bid for the Republican nomination in Texas’ 22nd Congressional District.

Incomplete results indicated the nonprofit executive was headed to either a third- or fourth-place finish in a 15-way primary race to represent the suburban Houston district, which had become a national Democratic target even before U.S. Rep. Pete Olson, R-Sugar Land, announced his retirement last July. The top two vote-getters in the race, Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls and technology consultant Kathaleen Wall, will face off in a May runoff election.

Top Houston political scientists said the outcome may be an indicator of the Bush family’s waning clout as its signature “compassionate conservatism” has gone out of style in the Republican Party. But they said it is equally suggestive of Bush’s overall political strategy, including his decision to forego running in another congressional district where his family’s political legacy was far stronger.


Texans Pick a Pedophile for the Democratic Primaries

As a Texican who’s mother’s people were Republic of Texicans, it sickens me to see the filth the current “texans” vote for as. candidate for the public teat.

If there were any Honor in USA/DC, this pervert would have been arrested and charged for his crimes against children long since!

But here he is being held up as a “leader”, the “best” American can send?

Not endorsing any of the rest of the clowns either.

Back in high school I already had it figured out. Had a bumper sticker on the rear bumper of my car, “BOZO FOR PRESIDENT-WHATS ONE MORE CLOWN IN THE White House?”

The Ole Dog

Former Vice President Joe Biden has won the Texas presidential primary, continuing a stunning revival of his once-struggling campaign that has helped him solidify himself as one of the two leading contenders in the broader race for the Democratic nomination.

Despite early voting returns putting U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders ahead of the former vice president, election day voters propelled Biden to victory here. Biden’s lead was growing late into the night Tuesday as election day votes continued to trickle in.

Michael Bloomberg, the New York City billionaire, was a distant third, followed by Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts.

“Call it a W,” Biden tweeted. “Thank you, Texas.”

Biden was leading or had won 10 states on Super Tuesday, while Sanders looked likely to win four, including California — the biggest prize of the night given its hefty delegate lode. But how the 228 delegates Texas awarded on primary election day will be divvied up remains to be seen.

Just before midnight, Bloomberg was the only other candidate above the 15% threshold required to pick up statewide delegates. Warren was a few percentage points short, and Tulsi Gabbard also didn’t appear on track to pick up any statewide delegates.