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Part I - Bush family and the making of a future president

 george-pGeorge P. Bush a.k.a "Bush 47" Photo by George P. | Texas Capitol in Austin, Photo by Joseph Earnest


by Joseph Earnest  November 14, 2012  


Newscast Media AUSTINSome people where born with a sense of destiny. A sense of purpose, if you will.  They believe there was something that was started that they were born to finish.  Such is the case of George P. Bush.


Soon after the 2012 presidential election, there was bewilderment on the GOP side about what direction the party would take, and who would lead it.  It would be another Bush who would spark speculation among analysts, that the prominent political family had the solution to the vacuum looming, after what many viewed was a questionable election.


George P. Bush did not waste time second-guessing his next move. His cousin Jenna, one of the Bush twins, always teased him that he was the "future" president of the United States. The Texas attorney feels the time is right. He has already filed papers with the Texas Ethics Commission since he intends to run for statewide office. Many can only guess what office the young Bush intends to run for in 2014, but the highest prize in the state is the office of governor.  Whether he chooses to seek a lower office, or to challenge Governor Rick Perry in 2014 remains to be seen.


Interestingly enough, George P. considers himself Hispanic and speaks fluent Spanish. He started a political action committee in Texas called Hispanic Republicans of Texas. Many think America is not ready for another Bush, but after liberals are done running the country into the ground, any Bush will do. US presidents are selected not elected, something voters cannot seem to grasp.


Below is George P. encouraging Hispanics not only to get involved in politics, but also to run for office.


Many believe George Prescott Bush will one day be president and is being groomed for leadership.

Fred Zeidman a Houston executive believes George P. has the best political genes in the

entire United States of America.


George P. has the right genetic pool according to Houston executive Fred Zeidman, a major GOP fundraiser, who told the Houston Chronicle that Bush's move was "fantastic."

"George P. is super. He is incredibly bright. He's got the best genes that Texas politics has ever produced, if not the United States of America," Zeidman said. "And the election last Tuesday certainly gave a very, very clear indication of the major weakness in our party, and George P. certainly has all of the capacity of filling in that gap," he added.

George P. Bush has been dubbed "47," in reference to the presidential number, by George W. Bush advisor Mark McKinnon. He has been pre-selected by the ruling elite.

Yet there is someone else who eclipses George P—his father Jeb Bush, former Florida governor. His name is already being floated around as the Republican contender in the 2016 presidential race.  His opponent is assumed to be Hillary Clinton. Are political analysts ahead of themselves? Find out in Part II-The Bush Family>>

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