Jeb Bush Trashes Climate Conference

November 27, 2015

Presidential candidate Jeb “the smart one” Bush trashed the idea of a connection between climate change, food shortages, and terror, in a radio interview.

By implication, the down-in-the-polls Presidential candidate followed the conservative Republican line, belittling the critical importance of this week’s international meeting in Paris.
Bush, who has stumbled as a candidate in not being able to answer whether he would have invaded Iraq 12 years ago, “knowing what we know now”,  states the US needs to “unleash the military” on the Daesh terrorists, a group that many say was formed as a result of his brother doing exactly that, on the wrong target.


During his interview with Hugh Hewitt, Jeb Bush mocked President Obama‘s idea that an international conference on climate change would be the “powerful rebuke” to ISIS he said it would be.

Obama gave a speech yesterday alongside President Francois Hollande, where he said that the best way to spite ISIS after the Paris attacks was by maintaining a sense of normalcy in day-to-day life. When he brought up the United Nation’s upcoming conference, Obama said, “what a powerful rebuke to the terrorists it will be when the world stands as one and shows that we will not be deterred from building a better future for our children.”

Bush, on the other hand, wasn’t so sure that the president’s thoughts — which he described as “breathtaking in its naiveté,” — were the best way to one-up terrorists.



4 Responses to “Jeb Bush Trashes Climate Conference”

  1. dumboldguy Says:

    As one would expect, a moron who is trying to convince the moronic Repugnant electorate to vote for him instead of the other morons who are running doesn’t quite get it (and he’s the “smart one”?).

    In his eagerness to bash lame duck Obama (rather than Hillary, who the Repugs will be running against in 2016), Jeb fails to look at the root causes of the Syrian crisis, which are found in climate change-induced drought and the actions of his less-smart brother.

    It’s enough to make one vote for Carson—-when the food crisis hits, at least he will know where the grain is stored (and Jesus has his hand on Ben’s shoulder to guide him).

  2. Andy Lee Robinson Says:

    They’re going to land with such a bump when reality comes home to roost.

  3. Jim Housman Says:

    There was a report last week that almost 33,000 people died in highways accidents in the US during 2014. The death rate is apparently up in 2015.

    When the Republican governors and legislators find out will they try to lock up, expell and otherwise insult foreign sounding motor vehicles like Volkswagen and Chevrolet?

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