Meet Howdy Dude-y Bush

It’s like that moment in the slasher movies when the monster suddenly reappears:

Pierce Bush announces bid for suburban Houston congressional seat

The grandson of the late President George H.W. Bush, nonprofit executive Pierce Bush, announced Monday morning that he is running for Texas’ 22nd Congressional District.

Bush enters a crowded GOP primary to replace U.S. Rep. Pete Olson, R-Sugar Land, whose seat was a national Democratic target even before Olson announced his retirement earlier this year. Bush made his bid official in a video playing up his experience as the Houston-based CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star.

“We face a very challenging time in our nation and, on the brink of losing a generation to an idea that socialism and free stuff, are the answers for their future,” Bush said. “But we all know that socialism has failed everywhere and everyone. It’s time for new leaders to stand for conservatism that empowers all Americans, placing individuals above government and ensuring that we all have the freedom to achieve success in life.”

Yup, Howdy Dude-y is running against socialism. He’s got that Bush out-of-touch gene, alright.

Anyway, he is Neil ‘Silverado’ Bush’s spawn, so it’s in the genes that the public money should go to the rich.

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4 Responses to Meet Howdy Dude-y Bush

  1. …losing a generation to an idea that socialism and free stuff, are the answers for their future

    From the CEO of a [checks notes] non profit organization that provides [checks notes] ‘free stuff’ to it’s clients via [checks notes] gummint Ameros.

    https://www.bbbs.org/government-partners/

    Take yer Ron Howard face and GTFO Bonsai Bush…

    (Well what do YOU call a ‘mini Shrub’?)

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  2. Diane says:

    I wish people would wake up and realize the free stuff is freely given to the millionaires, billionaires, and corporations with maddening abandon. The rest of us? Not so much.

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