Bob Dole helped out of wheelchair to salute George H.W. Bush casket

Bob Dole helped out of wheelchair to salute George H.W. Bush casket

Former Senator Bob Dole, at 95 years old, was helped out of his wheelchair to stand and salute George H.W. Bush in the Capitol Rotunda.

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  1. Nitro Express

    The hagiography of George H.W. Bush. Bush 41’s father and Dubya’s grandfather, Senator Prescott Bush, was involved with corporations and investment banking firms such Brown Brothers Harriman and Union Banking Corporation, companies that profited directly from their involvement with and as the financial backers of Hitler and Nazi Germany. Just Google Prescott along with Trading with the Enemy Act and Fritz Thyssen and your jaw will drop. Why is that critical? Because if the name Donald Trump was substituted for GHWB, it would have been a different story. Bush 41 was the last of the WWII generation and was the spook’s spook with a pedigree that is unmatched in modern times. Pay attention to history and fact. As Tolstoy said, history would be a wonderful thing if only it were true. As for the nickname, In 1952, Daddy Prescott won a Senate seat. George would later follow in his steps via politics and his rabid support for Planned Parenthood. In fact, as a result of his Planned Parenthood fanaticism and disdain for the "unwanted," Bush 41 earned the nickname “Rubbers” from House colleagues. How nice. A bona fide eugenist. New World Order, baby. In spades.

    everything they won't tell you about George H.W. "Rubbers" Bush and his family.

  2. Jim Plper

    I always like Bob Dole. He knew how to get things done. I didn't vote for him for president but I always had respect for Bob Dole. He served his country well and now he's an old man and we need to respect all people of age. Because someday we will be setting there too. And what we witnessed today is an old Soldier. Saluting his comrade-in-arms and given his respect to a man that he knew and served with. In Congress. And when he was president. You earn honor you just don't get it for free. I'll always respect the Office of the President. But I don't have to respect for a person that's in there. When they dishonor that office and their cruelty and their prejudiced. No man deserves honor who disrespects the office of the presidency of the United States even if they are President themselves. God bless Bob Dole and God bless George Walker Bush for they serve their country well in war and in service.

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