Bush’s Brain-Challenged Family Tree

Neil Bush As we have already noted, Britain’s Telegraph thought George Bush’s Baghdad jaunt was just ducky, but its opinionist Mark Steyn dubs Dubya’s brother Neil the “turkey.”

Dig this:

“[Neil] Bush admitted that he had sex with several women during trips to Thailand and Hong Kong,” reported The Times. “The women, he said, simply knocked on the door of his hotel room, entered and had sex with him. He said that he did not know if they were prostitutes because they never asked for money and he did not pay them.”

Well, he’s paying for them now. “Mr Bush, you have to admit it’s a pretty remarkable thing for a man just to go to a hotel room door and open it and have a woman standing there and have sex with her,” said Marshall Brown, [Neil’s ex-wife] Sharon Bush’s [divorce] attorney. “It was very unusual,” conceded Neil, who apparently hadn’t given it much thought. Maybe these foxy babes had just spotted him in the piano lounge, taken a fancy, and given the bartender 10 bucks for his room number.

Mr Bush’s answers were even less convincing when he was asked why a semiconductor business would give him a $2 million contract when he knew even less about semiconductors than about why Thai chicks were lining up outside his bedroom door. But the business was controlled by the son of the then-Chinese President. In other words, Neil Bush is doing a pretty good impression of the Left’s caricature of George W: a dimwit son of privilege riding his father’s contacts to some sweetheart business deals.

Well, let’s be honest. Isn’t that indeed how Georgie traveled the road from the booze bottle and the coke spoon to the oil biz to baseball to his present vocation, squatting in the White House? I won’t say the Shrub is stupid or a moron, but come on — we all know

2 thoughts on “Bush’s Brain-Challenged Family Tree

  1. You know nothing about me. I don’t operate like other people do. If I have something to say about Jeb and it is warranted, I will. What warrants it today? Same with Halliburton. I don’t see that Dick Cheney is a member of of Bush’s family tree, so what would be the point?

    With all due respect, dear BH, you have to stop making assumptions about me. I am trying (with varying degrees of success) to do the same with you.

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