Not only does America not need another Bush, we don’t need another lying puppet of globalist big money interests doing as they see fit with our country, treating us like old furniture in their house. Jeb Bush spoke at CPAC on Friday and made his customary open-borders, pro-amnesty arguments on behalf of the people who own him, comments which were soundly rejected by the majority of those in attendance. Bush’s disfavor among the attendees was demonstrated by boos and people walking out while he was onstage.
Bush even went so far as to proclaim that his fellow puppet of the global elites, Hussein Obama, had acted in accordance with the law in his dictatorial amnesty declaration and predicted a court would come to that same conclusion. He also promoted the ridiculous notion that Congress should pass an amnesty, legalizing the criminal actions of the White House.
One of those in attendance who disagrees vehemently with the sellout dynastic politician is Alabama Republican Senator Jeff Sessions. The Senator has been arguably the strongest voice for the American worker in fighting back against the avalanche of big money political prostitutes and lobbyists intent on flooding the workplace with cheap foreign labor and driving Americans into the poor house. Senator Sessions spoke with Brietbart news as well as those in attendance and was very well received.
Senator Sessions opened his remarks with criticism of the current system and Jeb Bush, who is representative of the establishment elite and their big money presidency purchase power.
Sessions said, “Right now, there are two conferences—one of them in public where candidates are out there having to speak and defend and answer questions on their views and on their positions on important issues facing America. Many people at this conference here and watching it from abroad are evaluating them, judging them and asking themselves whether or not their visions, their ideas, their character will be used to advance the interests of the American people and this republic—and that’s the way it ought to be.”
He added, “I’ll tell you one thing: It’s the people of this country that run this country. Contributions and supporters are always important in presidential elections and other elections too, but votes trumps money.”
Senator Sessions said, “I think [people across America] are very ready to abandon this statist, amnesty and open borders threat to their jobs, wages and future for themselves and their children. People are worried about this. I’m going to tell you how we’re going to win this election.”
He told the group of attendees, “It’s a fundamental question of who are our constituents? Who do we vote for and represent? A CEO’s job is to represent stockholders. Well, a politician’s job is to represent the people. We are not, as National Review said, an economy with a nation. We are a nation with an economy. People are not commodities.”
He said, “The American people want and rightly believe their federal government should defend their economic interest on the world stage effectively with passion and determination. That is an obligation that we have as representatives of the people to do so, and with regard to immigration the American people are good and decent. We have the most generous immigration system in the world.”
Sessions added, “They’ve pleaded for this, they’ve demanded this, Congress has promised this but never delivered—they’ve asked for a lawful system of immigration, one that serves the national interest, one that we can be proud of.”
In September of last year Senator Sessions drew the ire of Mark Zuckerberg and others mega-wealthy elitists by describing them as self-declared “Masters of the Universe” who were more entitled than the rest of Americans and believed themselves to be able to decide how the rest of us should live.
Sessions was a surprise attendee at the event, and one who many wish would consider a run for president himself in 2016. He’s not slick; he’s just a sincere, capable, honest and dedicated man of the people who truly wishes to serve his nation. Maybe he’d have a chance against the Masters of the Universe and their puppets. Money isn’t everything, and Sessions has a lot to offer.
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