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... Jeb Bush, speaking to retired Naval Intelligence Officer Al Martin:

topic posted Sun, May 6, 2007 - 4:04 AM by  pat
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... Jeb Bush, speaking to retired Naval Intelligence Officer Al Martin:

“The truth is useless. You have to understand this right now. You can't deposit the truth in a bank. You can't buy groceries with the truth. You can't pay rent with the truth. The truth is a useless commodity that will hang around your neck like an albatross -- all the way to the homeless shelter. And if you think that the million or so people in this country that are really interested in the truth about their government can support people who would tell them the truth, you got another think coming. Because the million or so people in this country that are truly interested in the truth don't have any money.”
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  • Yow.

    But can you please provide links or references when you post quotes? :-)
    • Hahahaha. I'd be interested in Al Martin's reply too. And this was the guy that Dad was really grooming for the top job? Wonder if he'll run?
      • Erik, not to spend TOOOOO much time scurrying around after conspiracy theorists, but this Jeb Bush comment was apparently in response to an allegation about 6 years ago that he had had an extramarital affair.

        Kinda puts a different spin on it, n'est ce pas?

        Here's an excerpt of a review on Al Martin's book, "The Conspirators," that gives a nice flavor:

        <<The information in this book is so incredible that it reads like a far-fetched conspiracy theory buff's wet dream. Is our government really this wicked? Could there have actually been a plan to create a "limited nuclear engagement" on purpose between the USA and Russia? Could the Bush (mafia?) family really be so corrupt? Did the government really sanction some drug trafficking? I'm not a fan of Reagan or Bush, but even for me the information contained herein is hard to swallow. Something in me ardently wishes that the US government not be quite so evil. Now, having said this, I give this book a four-star rating on the assumption that there is some truth in it. What leads me to believe that it just might actually be true?>>

        Q.E.D.
  • hmmmm

    interesting, but i have so many books to read, my list is getting longer not shorter..

    "The Conspirators: Secrets of an
    Iran Contra Insider by Al Martin

    "The Rosetta Stone of Bush Family Crime"
    What if a criminal cabal took over the US Government and used its operations for its own profit?
    Before they stole the White House, the Bush Cabal was the First Family of Fraud.
    According to former government operative and whistleblower Al Martin, this is how they did it.
    A self-described fourth level player of Iran Contra, Martin has first hand knowledge of the dirty deals, high-level scams, frauds, and treasonous activities of the Bush Cabal."
    www.almartinraw.com/book.html