Jeb Bush "Inadvertently" Registered Himself as Hispanic

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    Apr 07, 2015 1:23 AM GMT
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    NYT: There is little doubt that Jeb Bush possesses strong credentials for appealing to Hispanic voters.

    http://www.nytimes.com/politics/first-draft/2015/04/06/jeb-bush-listed-himself-as-hispanic-on-voter-form/?ref=politics
  • bobbobbob

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    Apr 07, 2015 1:56 AM GMT
    In the past 40+ years of filling out forms asking for such information I do not recall ever correctly checking a fucking box that asked for my political affiliations, race, religion or income.

    But good luck with the effort to make a major issue out of this next to the real drama Hillary has caused for herself. It would make a good debate point for them to compare their sins.
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    Apr 07, 2015 3:31 PM GMT
    the oops legacy:
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    arrogant pos
    "To his credit, it’s true that the “Hispanic” box is next to the “White, not Hispanic” box, but you would expect that someone who might eventually intend to run for president of the United States would take care to fill out his voter registration"

    oh well most likely this too will be forgotten at election time. may the best man win.
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    Apr 07, 2015 3:36 PM GMT
    i read somewhere a few years ago Jeb did that on his taxes too. His wife is ?? Hispanic.
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    Apr 07, 2015 4:06 PM GMT
    "... you would expect that someone who might eventually intend to run for president of the United States would take care to fill out his voter registration."

    Just as I would expect that a Sec. of State would take the time to fill out her job separation papers, if not keep track of her emails.

    And these latter-day little boxes are here exactly why???
  • Zigs_01

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    Apr 07, 2015 4:51 PM GMT
    So what's bad about wanting to claim whatever side you want?
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    Apr 07, 2015 5:08 PM GMT
    Zigs_01 saidSo what's bad about wanting to claim whatever side you want...


    the bad is you get to hear this for 8years

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  • bobbobbob

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    Apr 07, 2015 5:25 PM GMT
    To make all the fucking harpys I guess we need to make it a felony for people to check wrong boxes on forms. People who check wrong boxes need to be locked up in prison.

    Yeah Jeb was really trying to pull a fast one on the election board with that trick wasn't he?

    Except not one of you has even bothered to look at any up side to Jeb for doing it. What did he get out of marking the wrong box? NOTHING. It was a simple mistake.

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    Apr 07, 2015 5:42 PM GMT
    bobbobbob said
    Except not one of you has even bothered to look at any up side to Jeb for doing it. What did he get out of marking the wrong box? NOTHING. It was a simple mistake.


    Look at you playing the good GOP policeman: "There's nothing to see here folks. Stand back and give Mr Bush some air".
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    Apr 07, 2015 6:11 PM GMT
    It seems to me a double standard. GOP has been passing voting law that disqualifies voting registration errors eliminating the votes of certain groups of people. Why is it okay to let Jeb Bush a potential US President a pass?
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    Apr 07, 2015 6:47 PM GMT
    You really didn't spend too much time thinking this through did you?

    woodsmen said
    It seems to me a double standard.

    Of course you would have. It's easier to do that than utilize any critical analysis.

    woodsmen said
    GOP has been passing voting law that disqualifies voting registration errors eliminating the votes of certain groups of people.

    Maybe if liberals didn't reflexively resist any or all changes to clean up voter registration laws there would have been a law to make Jeb's tiny unintentional error a felony and you could have thrown him the dungeon for it. Maybe we could have called it something that really sounds serious...like a direct unintentional attempt to defraud the board of elections about matters of fucking race.

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    Why is it okay to let Jeb Bush a potential US President a pass?

    A pass? A pass for what? FUCK! All he did was check the wrong fucking box on a form. He was wasn't doing anything like hiding all of his emails on a server in his fucking closet, lying about it fore three years and then destroying all the information on the server when it had been subpoenaed.



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    Apr 07, 2015 6:57 PM GMT
    This is not about Hillary Clinton, this is about Jeb Bush erroneously checking a box. You really aren't entitled to your own opinion about ethnicity, so it's not like he can just claim to be Hispanic.

    As woodsmen mentioned, Republicans like to throw out voter registration for the smallest of details, so it's sort of hypocritical to dismiss Jeb's "error".
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    Apr 07, 2015 7:19 PM GMT
    James_Thunder_Early saidThis is not about Hillary Clinton, this is about Jeb Bush erroneously checking a box. You really aren't entitled to your own opinion about ethnicity, so it's not like he can just claim to be Hispanic.

    As woodsmen mentioned, Republicans like to throw out voter registration for the smallest of details, so it's sort of hypocritical to dismiss Jeb's "error".


    Which he did a number of times, so it was a deliberate lie, not a sloppy error.
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    Apr 07, 2015 7:45 PM GMT
    For the GOP party's rabid interest in voter registration, they sure are treating this "error" in a rather blase manner.

    Where are the pitchforks? Imagine if Obama had done this, we'd be hearing racist and xenophobic conspiracy theories about how Obama is secretly also Hispanic, and he let the truth inadvertently slip, and etc., etc., etc., Benghazi.

    The GOP is nuts, Dems aren't, and I'm sick of the false equivalency conflating the two. See how the Dems don't make crazy theories based off apparently sloppy errors? Do you see the difference? It is a distinction with a meaning.
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    Apr 07, 2015 7:47 PM GMT
    James_Thunder_Early saidThis is not about Hillary Clinton, this is about Jeb Bush erroneously checking a box. You really aren't entitled to your own opinion about ethnicity, so it's not like he can just claim to be Hispanic.

    As woodsmen mentioned, Republicans like to throw out voter registration for the smallest of details, so it's sort of hypocritical to dismiss Jeb's "error".


    Art_Deco saidWhich he did a number of times, so it was a deliberate lie, not a sloppy error.



    Exactly where do you get information Jeb Bush did it more times than just 2009?

    There's nothing on the internet about any other date he did it and there's no doubt that IF that had happened it would be viral.

    If you can't come up with something to back up this claim I guess it'll just get added to the pile of evidence that you're a nasty fat ass lying queen.

    As for all this bullshit You people are tossing around about Republicans liking to throw out voter registrations for "the smallest details" Do you realize there's no evidence of that? All I found was old articles about a contract worker in Virginia throwing out voter registration forms.

    Please provide links to support your claims or it's bullshit.

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    Apr 07, 2015 8:03 PM GMT
    Svnw688 saidFor the GOP party's rabid interest in voter registration, they sure are treating this "error" in a rather blase manner.

    Where are the pitchforks? Imagine if Obama had done this, we'd be hearing racist and xenophobic conspiracy theories about how Obama is secretly also Hispanic, and he let the truth inadvertently slip, and etc., etc., etc., Benghazi.

    The GOP is nuts, Dems aren't, and I'm sick of the false equivalency conflating the two. See how the Dems don't make crazy theories based off apparently sloppy errors? Do you see the difference? It is a distinction with a meaning.


    You obviously forgot to clear that with the fat ass nasty queen who delights in pulling shit out of her ass.
    Speaking about Jeb's mistake, her regal lying fat ass self said:


    Art_Deco said
    .....Which he did a number of times, so it was a deliberate lie, not a sloppy error.
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    Apr 07, 2015 8:08 PM GMT
    I think the simple question is: why is it that when a Republican such as Jeb Bush erroneously registered as Hispanic, his vote is constitutionally valid, but if others err, it is voter fraud and therefore constitutionally invalid.
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    Apr 07, 2015 8:25 PM GMT
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    Svnw688 saidFor the GOP party's rabid interest in voter registration, they sure are treating this "error" in a rather blase manner.

    Where are the pitchforks? Imagine if Obama had done this, we'd be hearing racist and xenophobic conspiracy theories about how Obama is secretly also Hispanic, and he let the truth inadvertently slip, and etc., etc., etc., Benghazi.

    The GOP is nuts, Dems aren't, and I'm sick of the false equivalency conflating the two. See how the Dems don't make crazy theories based off apparently sloppy errors? Do you see the difference? It is a distinction with a meaning.


    You obviously forgot to clear that with the fat ass nasty queen who delights in pulling shit out of her ass.
    Speaking about Jeb's mistake, her regal lying fat ass self said:


    Art_Deco said
    .....Which he did a number of times, so it was a deliberate lie, not a sloppy error.


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  • bobbobbob

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    Apr 07, 2015 8:25 PM GMT
    woodsmen saidI think the simple question is: why is it that when a Republican such as Jeb Bush erroneously registered as Hispanic, his vote is constitutionally valid, but if others err, it is voter fraud and therefore constitutionally invalid.


    Can you find any examples in Florida of people's votes being thrown out over checking the wrong box in regards to race?

    THINK.
    If examples existed the same people who broke the story about Jeb's 2009 ballot would have already broken news about black people being denied votes for checking white by mistake and Asians getting away with checking hispanic.. That would be a bigger story that Jeb's teeny tiny fuck up.
  • Svnw688

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    Apr 07, 2015 8:31 PM GMT
    bobbobbob said
    woodsmen saidI think the simple question is: why is it that when a Republican such as Jeb Bush erroneously registered as Hispanic, his vote is constitutionally valid, but if others err, it is voter fraud and therefore constitutionally invalid.


    Can you find any examples in Florida of people's votes being thrown out over checking the wrong box in regards to race?

    THINK.
    If examples existed the same people who broke the story about Jeb's 2009 ballot would have already broken news about black people being denied votes for checking white by mistake and Asians getting away with checking hispanic.. That would be a bigger story that Jeb's teeny tiny fuck up.


    How about voters being PURGED from the rolls? Would you accept that as evidence?
  • bobbobbob

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    Apr 07, 2015 8:46 PM GMT
    purged for what?

    Are they purging people based on checking wrong boxes?

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    Apr 07, 2015 9:02 PM GMT
    Well, The State of Florida has rejected registrations as fraudulent when the voter failed to check the so-called "crazy box" asking people to affirm that "I have not been adjudicated mentally incapacitated with respect to voting or, if I have, my competency has been restored."

    Look, you are trying to narrow the mistakes to excuse Jeb Bush who erroneously registered himself as Hispanic. Why only his type of errors is excusable but others not?
  • bobbobbob

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    Apr 07, 2015 9:52 PM GMT
    woodsmen saidWell, The State of Florida has rejected registrations as fraudulent when the voter failed to check the so-called "crazy box" asking people to affirm that "I have not been adjudicated mentally incapacitated with respect to voting or, if I have, my competency has been restored."

    Look, you are trying to narrow the mistakes to excuse Jeb Bush who erroneously registered himself as Hispanic. Why only his type of errors is excusable but others not?



    HAHAHAHAHHAAHHAAAA! Okay.. Don't check the box saying that you're NOT mentally incapacitated and you definitely need to be purged.

    I am NOT trying to excuse Jeb by excluding or excusing THIS type of error. YOU are the one wanting to move the friggin goal posts if you want to move the conversation from ALLLLLLLLLLLL the OTHER people who have or have not been prosecuted or purged FOR THE SAME MISTAKE Jeb Bush made.

    I mean there has to be at least twenty friggin years of records, right? IN ALL THOSE RECORDS, WHERE ARE ALL THE PEOPLE WHO'VE BEEN PURGED OR PROSECUTED FOR THE EXACT MISTAKE JEB BUSH MADE?
    SURELY THERE HAVE TO BE THOUSANDS OF THEM!!!!!!
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    Apr 07, 2015 10:06 PM GMT
    Svnw688 saidFor the GOP party's rabid interest in voter registration, they sure are treating this "error" in a rather blase manner.

    Where are the pitchforks? Imagine if Obama had done this, we'd be hearing racist and xenophobic conspiracy theories about how Obama is secretly also Hispanic, and he let the truth inadvertently slip, and etc., etc., etc., Benghazi.

    The GOP is nuts, Dems aren't, and I'm sick of the false equivalency conflating the two. See how the Dems don't make crazy theories based off apparently sloppy errors? Do you see the difference? It is a distinction with a meaning.
    Its not false equivalency you stupid damned fool. The democrats are just as corrupt and controlled by big money as the republicans. So stop claiming that the democrats are more trustworthy and better than the republicans. They are no damned better than the republicans. You need to abandon that ultra leftist New York City and go back to the real America and come back into the real world. You are such a blind, blathering idiot.
  • Svnw688

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    Apr 07, 2015 11:47 PM GMT
    roadbikeRob said
    Svnw688 saidFor the GOP party's rabid interest in voter registration, they sure are treating this "error" in a rather blase manner.

    Where are the pitchforks? Imagine if Obama had done this, we'd be hearing racist and xenophobic conspiracy theories about how Obama is secretly also Hispanic, and he let the truth inadvertently slip, and etc., etc., etc., Benghazi.

    The GOP is nuts, Dems aren't, and I'm sick of the false equivalency conflating the two. See how the Dems don't make crazy theories based off apparently sloppy errors? Do you see the difference? It is a distinction with a meaning.
    Its not false equivalency you stupid damned fool. The democrats are just as corrupt and controlled by big money as the republicans. So stop claiming that the democrats are more trustworthy and better than the republicans. They are no damned better than the republicans. You need to abandon that ultra leftist New York City and go back to the real America and come back into the real world. You are such a blind, blathering idiot.


    I live in NYC, South Beach, and Tulsa. Last I checked, Tulsa was in the Red state of Oklahoma. Please keep it straight.