Killer Bush, Sr
Mon Feb 19, 2007 23:16

Killer Bush, Sr., Cline, HINCKLEY, Halper, Nancy's

Killer Bush Sr Cline, HINCKLEY, Halper, Nancy's

"While I was never certain that Joan's astrological
advice was helping
to protect Ronnie, the fact is that nothing like March
30 ever happened again," Nancy wrote ...

A former deputy director of the spy agency and
cofounder of the
CSIS, Cline organized "Agents for Bush" to boost the
former CIA director's 1980 presidential run and placed
his son-in-law as Bush's research chief. Halpor rolled
over into the Reagan- Bush campaign when the Great
Communicator chose Bush as his running mate at the
urging of his campaign manager, William Casey, a close
friend of Bush's father.
George's father, former Connecticut and Skull and
Bones man Prescott Bush, was in Army Intelligence
during World War I and co-founded with Casey a
right-wing think tank in 1962, the
National Strategy Information Center, which used
clandestine CIA funds
to publish anti- left tracts. When Bush was elected
president in 1988, the center had a major policy input
into the new administration" (The Immaculate
Deception: The Bush Crime Family
Exposed, Russell S. Bowen, p.99-100)

well, guess who else besides the old school CIA was
pushing for Bush and
not the
Gipper in the primaries? you got it right. Texas
oilman John
Hinckley, Sr who not only
funded Bush but also the Connally campaign to stop

"Although John Hinckley Sr. was characterized
repeatedly by the

national news media as "a strong supporter of
President Reagan,"

no record has been found of contributions to Reagan.
To the

contrary, in addition to money given to Bush, a fellow
Texas oilman,

as far back as 1970, the senior Hinckley raised funds
for Bush's

unsuccessful campaign to wrest the nomination from

Furthermore, he and Scott Hinckley separately
contributed to John

Connally in late 1979 when Connally was leading the
campaign to

stop Reagan from gaining the 1980 presidential
nomination. The

Bush and Hinckley families, of course, would do better
under a Bush
presidency than it
would under President Reagan." (unquote)

the reason for blocking Reagan was his proposed
opposition to tax breaks
for the oil
industry. this is why Connally was raising money from
texas oilmen
like Hinckley Sr. to
block reagan despite Hinckley's contributions to Bush
tracing back to

"In 1980, Hinckley Sr. was a Texas oilman who, the
records show, strove
mightily to get
fellow Texas oilman George H.W. Bush the Republican
nomination for
president. The
Bushes and the Hinckleys were frequent dinner

But far beyond their social connection, neither Bush
nor Hinckley wanted
Ronald Reagan
to become president, because Reagan was opposed to tax
breaks for the
oil industry to
which Bush, Hinckley and other Texans were highly

The effort to make Bush Sr. president in 1980 failed;
but he and his
friend and backer
Hinckley Sr. got the next best thing the "heartbeat
away from the
presidency" office of
Vice-President of the United States." (unquote)

don't worry kids, the story gets even more
interesting. not only did
judy woodruff hear
a "secret service shot" that got suppressed by the
media but so did this
Houston Post
story the next day. Scott Hinckley, brother of the
patsy, was to dine
with the Vice
President's son on March 31 supposedly a mere
coincidence for the
idiot's in the
audience (warning 2 imperial dabait: this page is
explicitly marked as
for educational
purposes only and any attempt at sale will result in

"The Associated Press Domestic News
March 31, 1981, Tuesday, PM cycle

The family of the man charged with trying to
assassinate President
Reagan is acquainted
with the family of Vice President George Bush and had
made large
contributions to his
political campaign, the Houston Post reported today.

Scott Hinckley, brother of John W. Hinckley Jr., who
allegedly shot
Reagan, was to have
dined tonight in Denver at the home of Neil Bush, one
of the vice
president's sons.
The newspaper said in a copyright story, Scott
Hinckley, brother of
John W. Hinckley Jr.,
who allegedly shot Reagan, was to have dined tonight
in Denver at the
home of Neil
Bush, one of the vice president's sons.

The newspaper said it was unable to reach Scott
Hinckley, vice
president of his father's
Denver-based firm, Vanderbilt Energy Corp., for
comment. Neil Bush lives
in Denver,
where he works for Standard Oil Co. of Indiana.

In 1978, Neil served as campaign manager for his
brother, George W.
Bush, the vice
president's oldest son, who made an unsuccessful bid
for Congress. Neil
lived in
Lubbock throughout much of 1978, where John Hinckley
lived from 1974
through 1980.

On Monday, Neil Bush said he did not know if he had
ever met
25-year-old John

From what I know and I've heard, they (the Hinckleys)
are a very nice
family and have
given a lot of money to the Bush campaign."

"I have no idea," he said. "I don't recognize any
pictures of him. I
just wish I could see a
better picture of him.

Sharon Bush, Neil's wife, said Scott Hinckley was
coming to their house
as a date of a
girl friend of hers.

Much more...

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