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PostSubject: Odd News - Born without a skull (Jaxson Buell)   Fri Oct 02, 2015 12:43 pm




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PostSubject: Re: Odd News - Born without a skull (Jaxson Buell)   Fri Oct 02, 2015 12:46 pm





Photo forensics indicate Mother and a baby in the same photo (no manipulation where faces are touching), but otherwise major manipulation, particularly baby's eyes and top of head.

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PostSubject: Re: Odd News - Born without a skull (Jaxson Buell)   Fri Oct 02, 2015 2:21 pm

Jaxson Buell, no skull...


John Ellis "JebBush (born February 11, 1953) is an American businessman and politician who served as the 43rd Governor ofFlorida from 1999 to 2007.


Though many in his family had attended Yale University, Bush chose to attend the University of Texas at Austin, beginning in the September 1971.[5] 



Jeb - No Skull and Bones   Smile

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PostSubject: Re: Odd News - Born without a skull (Jaxson Buell)   Sat Oct 03, 2015 1:46 am

Haha you're almost 'too good' at this sort of thing, Wag Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Odd News - Born without a skull (Jaxson Buell)   Sat Oct 03, 2015 11:00 am

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Haha you're almost 'too good' at this sort of thing, Wag Wink


Jeb is done.  I'm now seeing Clinton vs. Rubio, with a bigger side plot.  Clinton is weak like Obama was, but they know Rubio needs more time to develop his political puppet skill set.  Like Obama, he is obviously being propped up by a HUGE invisible jewish hand.  Otherwise, here's a lightweight that should be voted out of Congress if you go by his record of missing votes.  They learned from the Bobby Vindall case that you have to go for a real lightweight (e.g., Obama, Rubio, aka Balsa wood) or one with some closet skeletons (the Clintons) to keep them under control.  Jindall threw off the strings early and became a real boy/man, and that wasn't part of the deal.  

So Clinton defeats Rubio (who plays it well) in a close election, and Rubio becomes THE GOP for the future, thus marginalizing any real populist.  

And now for the side plot: Clinton selects Julian Castro as running mate.  He BTW has an identical twin brother, with their politically active mother taking a good resemblance to Rosanne Barr (Oy vey!).



This sets up for the foreseeable future the modern face of American two-party politics.



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PostSubject: Re: Odd News - Born without a skull (Jaxson Buell)   Tue Oct 06, 2015 3:11 pm

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This sets up for the foreseeable future the modern face of American two-party politics.


I'm reminded of a term Laconas coined: 'Gramscian Jannisaries'.


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PostSubject: Re: Odd News - Born without a skull (Jaxson Buell)   Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:26 pm

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Jaxson Buell, no skull...

Jeb - No Skull and Bones   Smile

I couldn't help noticing that 'Jaxson Buell' has the same number of letters (6 and 5) and same number of syllables (2 and 1) as -- Donald Trump.


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PostSubject: Re: Odd News - Born without a skull (Jaxson Buell)   Sun Oct 18, 2015 9:12 pm

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wag wrote:
Jaxson Buell, no skull...

Jeb - No Skull and Bones   Smile

I couldn't help noticing that 'Jaxson Buell' has the same number of letters (6 and 5) and same number of syllables (2 and 1) as -- Donald Trump.



John Ellis Bush also has no legs.

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PostSubject: Re: Odd News - Born without a skull (Jaxson Buell)   Mon Oct 19, 2015 5:57 am

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wag wrote:
I couldn't help noticing that 'Jaxson Buell' has the same number of letters (6 and 5) and same number of syllables (2 and 1) as -- Donald Trump.

John Ellis Bush also has no legs.

Jeb doesn't have a lot of things.


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PostSubject: Re: Odd News - Born without a skull (Jaxson Buell)   Mon Oct 19, 2015 9:28 am



Washed up ex-Governor vs Young Senator, who usually wins?

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PostSubject: Re: Odd News - Born without a skull (Jaxson Buell)   Thu Oct 29, 2015 11:43 am

After tonight’s third Republican debate in Colorado, politico magazine asked the best and brightest minds on both sides of the political spectrum which candidates performed so poorly they ought to call it quits already.
Days after a disappointing performance in the second GOP debate, Gov. Scott Walker pulled the plug on his presidential campaign. Erstwhile presidential hopefuls Rick Perry, Jim Webb and Lincoln Chafee have likewise faced the fact that they’ll never sit in the big chair in the oval office. At this point in the horserace, the debates are one of very few chances left for the candidates at the back to the GOP’s massive presidential pack to pull ahead. And many of those struggling presidential contenders failed to capitalize on that opportunity tonight.

According to a number of our political thinkers, several candidates blew it badly enough that they ought to stop delaying the inevitable and drop out. Our experts’ picks, and the rationales behind those selections, are collected below.

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‘Jeb Bush … began transitioning to ‘former Presidential candidate.’’
By Erick Erikson, frequent commentator, radio host and founder of the blog RedState

This was the debate where Jeb Bush sealed the deal and began transitioning to “former Presidential candidate.” His attack on Marco Rubio was clearly planned in advance and delivered with clear reluctance in his delivery. Rubio then blew him up. That attack was so well anticipated and telegraphed with twitter accounts set up, etc., Rubio had to know about it in advance and was able to be prepared.
Rand Paul failed to gain any traction at all in the debate. He fell flat throughout. Chris Christie had few memorable moments, but all of them can at least look themselves in the mirror and say, “Thank God I’m not Rick Santorum.”

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‘All but Rubio, Cruz, Trump and Carson should drop out.’
By Bob Shrum, Democratic presidential strategist

All but Rubio, Cruz, Trump and Carson should drop out. (I would endorse any of the last three for GOP nomination.) Bye, bye Bush. Won't happen, but should. And Christie for convention jester.

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‘[Jeb Bush] needs to accept reality: there is no Bush 45 next year’
By Paul Goldman, former chairman of the Democratic Party of Virginia

The prime-debaters made this clear: there is no room for the four undercard matinee candidates this year. They need to go. Rubio and Cruz had their best night yet. Carson and Trump did well. Kasich tries hard yet struggles for traction. But a popular Republican conservative statewide office-holder in must-win Ohio Democratic leaning is the party’s best hope next year. All five should stay.
Christie had his most impressive performance by far. But if tonight fails to improve his image, he should go. Kentucky Senator Paul Rand had another weak showing. If his budget filibuster doesn’t improve a sagging image, he would also be wise to go. Jeb Bush is earnest. But he needs to accept reality: there is no Bush 45 next year. Huckabee won Iowa in 2008 but didn’t get nominated. He won’t even win Iowa this time. Fiorina is a skilled debater. But she isn’t a credible presidential candidate.

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‘Rubio was the clear winner … Bush was the clear loser’
By Matt K. Lewis, Senior Contributor for the Daily Caller

Marco Rubio was the clear winner of the debate. He didn’t just hit a home run, he hit a grand slam. Ted Cruz also had a solid performance. Christie and Fiorina did well, but probably not well enough to be part of the media cycle on Thursday.
Jeb Bush was the clear loser—and Rubio’s smackdown of him (“Someone convinced you attacking me is going to help you”) was probably the moment of the night. Bush has now moved from the point where he was merely floundering, and entered territory where he might do long-term damage to his legacy.
Judging by twitter, CNBC had a rough nig



Read more: http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2015/10/which-candidates-are-doomed-213309#ixzz3py5Lqt6g

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