By C. Bonjukian Patten

Jeb’s boy is 37 years old, looks like a black Hispanic and is married to the ugliest blonde woman alive. Her maiden name is “Williams”. George P is running for office in Tex-as for a little known position called LAND COMMISSIONER in which he will screw it to all his fellow Hispanics who want to go into farming. The Hispanics are convinced he is a tea party candidate willing to join up with elitist and rich Hispanics and will do nothing to help the lower classes. This I heard from people on Huff Post – see below.

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Well this guy is a really bad guy and experiment!

Ya he will not Hispanics in texas period.
If he is a tea party guy he gets worse.

He will block everything for hispanics on farm deals.

The best thing for Texas to do is not vote him in!

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He is very devoted to his heritage – he loves his Hispanic side. Don’t kid yourself but he’s more an elitist than a good guy fighting for the minorities.
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I have met him two times He does not like Hispanics both times he would not answer questions i gave him . He is an elitist he has never been without money in his entire life. Which means he has not worked that hard for anything.

He is in a position to block any Hispanic move into farming! He will let a very small amount benefit Hispanics!

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His grandmother said it best last year “enough Bush members have served in the Oval Office.” I agree with her.
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Agreed !

long life!!

Sadly he has zero imagination and couldn’t even think of a good baby name for his new son – naming him PRESCOTT after the long dead infamous great-grandfather who started this terrible family tree.
The bush family calls in donor’s and the tumble out of the clouds sprinkling millions – it’s the most disgusting display of favoritism ever. The bush family is loathsome right down to their last grandkid.
This is a picture of George when he spoke in front of the Republican Convention when he was a kid – he looks like the rest of the bush family only with a really bad haircut.
and as a teen            video

The husband and wife law team of Bush and Williams – do they make you sick? They should – they both sound so insincere.


Currently, he is 37 and counting – he has never been poor, never been hungry, never been raped, beaten, stabbed, never had to live in a tent, never was homeless. He always had money and he is a lawyer, realtor and a con artist like the rest of his no good family. His sister, NOELLE, got picked up for DWI. the curse of the bush addicts

If you think I don’t like them – you are right but I don’t hate them. Not any more. I just don’t want to see another one of them succeed and get into the white house again. We are still reeling from Uncle doofus with the cowboy boots.

good grief and this idiot was born in Connecticut?!







George P. Bush

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George P. Bush
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Bush at the Republican Leadership Conference in June 2011
Personal details
Born George Prescott Bush
April 24, 1976 (age 37)
Houston, Texas, U.S.[1]
Nationality American
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Amanda Williams (m. 2004)
Relations Jeb Bush (father)
George W. Bush (uncle)
George H.W. Bush (grandfather)
Barbara Bush (grandmother)
Children 1
Alma mater Rice University (BA) (1998)
University of Texas School of Law (JD) (2003)
Religion Roman Catholic
George P. Bush on Facebook
George P. Bush on Twitter
Military service
Allegiance  United States of America
Service/branch  United States Navy
Years of service 2007-present
Rank US-O2 insignia.svg Lieutenant, Junior Grade
Unit U.S. Navy Reserve
Battles/wars War in Afghanistan
Awards Joint Service Commendation ribbon.svg Joint Service Commendation Medal

George Prescott Bush (born April 24, 1976)[2] is an attorney, U.S. Navy Reserve officer, real estate investor, and politician. He is a candidate for Commissioner of the Texas General Land Office in 2014.[1] He is the eldest son of former Governor of Florida Jeb Bush, the nephew of former President George W. Bush, and the grandson of former President George H. W. Bush. George Prescott is also named for his great-grandfather, Senator Prescott Bush.

Early life

Bush’s mother, born Columba Garnica Gallo, is a naturalized citizen of the U.S. originally from Mexico.[3] Bush has two siblings: elder sister Noelle Lucila Bush, and younger brother, John Ellis Bush, Jr.

Bush attended Gulliver Preparatory School in Miami and earned an undergraduate degree from Rice University in 1998 and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Texas School of Law in 2003.[1] Like his grandfather and uncle (both at Yale), Bush was a freshman walk-on to the baseball team at Rice University, but left the team by his sophomore year.[4] Bush played quarterback for the Jones College intramural football team. He was also featured in People Magazines top 100 Bachelors in 2000.[5]

Political activity

At the age of 12, Bush spoke before the 1988 Republican National Convention, which nominated his grandfather. He also spoke at the 1992 convention on the occasion of G.H.W. Bush’s renomination. He campaigned for his uncle, George W. Bush, during the 2000 and 2004 presidential campaigns.[1] In his speeches he stated support for his uncle’s position in favor of comprehensive immigration reform.

He has expressed his opinion on some issues. In August 2004, during a trip to Mexico sponsored by the group Republicans Abroad, he called Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez a dictator[6] and criticized the U.S. Border Patrol‘s use of guns which fire plastic pellets packed with chili powder. Bush was quoted as telling Mexican media, “If there has been American approval for this policy, that is reprehensible. It’s kind of barbarous.” He attributed the gun usage to “some local INS guy who’s trying to be tough, act macho”, although it is an agency policy.[5]

When asked in 2003 about whether he planned to run for office himself, Bush replied that his grandmother, Barbara Bush, had advised that anyone thinking about entering politics should distinguish himself in some other field first: “Make a name for yourself, have a family, marry someone great, have some kids, buy a house, pay taxes, and do the things everyone also does instead of just running out and saying, ‘Hey, I’m the nephew of or the son of or the grandson of…’.”[7] Speaking specifically of his father’s White House ambitions, he cites “Bush fatigue” as a discouraging factor.[8]

Bush criticized Florida Governor Charlie Crist (in office 2007-2011) for accepting money from the 2009 stimulus package, calling for a return to fiscal conservatism.[9] In January 2010, he endorsed Marco Rubio, Crist’s opponent for the United States Senate.[10]

Bush served as a member of several diplomacy missions, including one to Nicaragua for the second peaceful transfer of power in that country, and one to Brazil for the Pan American Games in 2007. He also joined two US Congressional Delegations, one to Saudi Arabia during the Arab Spring of 2011 and one to Turkey in 2012 at the time of the civil war in neighboring Syria.[11]

As of 2012 he is deputy finance chairman of the Republican Party of Texas.[12]

Texas Land Commissioner campaign 2014

Bush announced in September 2012 his intention to run for office, saying that he was considering one of several state offices. In November, he filed papers required to run for state office in Texas.[13] The same month, his father, Jeb Bush, sent an email to donors requesting that they support him in his 2014 bid for Texas Land Commissioner.[14][15]

In January 2013, Bush filed a campaign finance report stating he had received about $1.3 million in campaign contributions.[16] In March 2013, Bush filed to run for Texas Land Commissioner.[16][17]

Land commissioner Jerry Patterson will run for Lieutenant Governor of Texas in 2014.[18] Bush is considered[by whom?] the presumptive Republican nominee to replace him and shoo-in general election winner for the office in 2014.[19]

As of June 2013, Bush had raised $3.3 million even though no Democratic candidate had emerged for land commissioner.[1] On November 19, 2013, he officially filed the papers to run for Texas land commissioner.[20]


Bush received his undergraduate degree from Rice University and obtained his Juris Doctor from the University of Texas School of Law in 2003. After law school, he clerked for U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of Texas, Sidney A. Fitzwater.[21]

Bush currently manages St. Augustine Partners, an energy and technology-focused investment firm in Fort Worth, Texas. Previously, Bush co-founded Pennybacker Capital, LLC, a real estate-focused private equity firm in Austin, Texas. The company was originally named N3 Capital and headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas.[22] Bush left Pennybacker Capital in 2012. Before entering the real estate investment business, he practiced corporate and securities law in Dallas with Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld LLP. In 2005, Bush was selected as one of Texas Monthly‘s “Rising Stars” for his work with Akin Gump.

Bush is the national co-chair of Maverick PAC, a national political action committee dedicated to engaging the next generation of Republican voters.[23] Bush is also a co-founder and on the board of directors of Hispanic Republicans of Texas, a political action committee whose goal is to elect Republican political candidates of Hispanic heritage to office in Texas.[24][25]

Bush is currently the Tarrant County chairman for Uplift Education—a Dallas-based public charter network focused on closing the achievement gap in inner-city public schools.[1]

Military service

On March 21, 2007, the United States Navy Reserve announced the selection of Bush for training as an intelligence officer through the direct commission officer program, a Navy initiative whereby applicants in specialized civilian fields forgo the typical prerequisites of a commission and – instead – attend two weeks of classes on subjects such as military history and customs. Once commissioned as an Ensign for eight years of reserve service, he was expected to attend a year of intelligence training, initially assigned to duty near his home. Bush told The Politico that attending the October 2006 launch of the aircraft carrier named for his grandfather—the USS George H.W. Bush—inspired him to join the service. He also called the death of Pat Tillman, the NFL player and Army Ranger who was killed in a friendly fire incident in Afghanistan in 2004, “a wake-up call”.[26][27] Bush served in Operation Enduring Freedom for eight months and returned to the United States in 2011.[1][28][29] During that deployment, he was given a different name for security purposes. Not even those he was serving alongside knew his real identity.[13]

Personal life

Bush married a law school classmate, Amanda Williams, on August 7, 2004 in Kennebunkport, Maine.[30][31] Williams is a media law attorney at the firm Jackson Walker LLP in Fort Worth, Texas.[32][33] They currently live in Fort Worth, Texas.[14] On June 3, 2013, Bush and his wife had a baby boy named Prescott.[1]