Tidbit perhaps-<br>“Prescott Bush, George W's grandfather, and a band of Bonesmen, robbed the grave of Geronimo, took the skull and some personal relics of the Apache Chief and brought them back to the tomb,” says Robbins. “There is still a glass case, Bonesmen tell me, within the tomb that displays a skull that they all refer to as Geronimo.” <br> <br>“The preoccupation with bones, mortality, with coffins, lying in coffins, standing around coffins, all this sort of thing I think is designed to give them the sense that, and it's very true, life is short,” says Rosenbaum. “You can spend it, if you have a privileged background, enjoying yourself, contributing nothing, or you can spend it making a contribution.”<br>!<br>Bones is not restricted to the Republican Party. Yet another Bonesman has his eye on the Oval Office: Senator John Kerry, Democrat, Skull & Bones 1966. <br> <br>“It is fascinating isn't it? I mean, again, all the people say, ‘Oh, these societies don't matter. The Eastern Establishment is in decline.’ And you could not find two more quintessential Eastern establishment, privileged guys,” says Rosenbaum. “I remember when I was a nerdy scholarship student in the reserve book room at, at the Yale Library, and John Kerry, who at that point styled himself ‘John F. Kerry’ would walk in.” <br> <br>“There was always a little buzz,” adds Rosenbaum. “Because even then he was seen to be destined for higher things. He was head of the Yale Political Union, and a tap for Skull and Bones was seen as the natural sequel to that.”<br>-<br>Let's see if any of his opponents bring up this topic-http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2003/10/02/60minutes/main576332.shtml<br><br>Guess any way one looks at it, the white collar is still the sign of the lie. IMHO.<br><br>Peace within, corruption throughout.<br><br>Environmental damage has been a factor in political unrest. UN, 011304
I'm not sure what you're expecting in a presidential candidate- for the most part, everyone that runs has had some sort of privileged life, otherwise they wouldn't have the money or the influence to get as far as they did in life.<br><br>All that really matters to ME is that a decent guy gets in, and that decent guy doesn't get sucked into the black hole of Washington, like everyone else always does...<br><br><br><br>
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