Former President George W. Bush is expected to break his silence and come out in favor of immigration reform:

Ingraham believes the only reason is to help Jeb Bush in 2016, should he decide to run for president.

Bush Fatigue is setting in once again:

https://twitter.com/capelesscrusadr/status/353214528571449345

For some, their favorite Bush is now Barbara:

https://twitter.com/ToddRob63/status/353214634364387330

If W winds up supporting immigration form, we can count on more tweets like this:

You can say it would be a big disappointment, but just don’t say it would be a big surprise.

  • V the K

    The Bushes are part of a wealthy, political elite who see no difference between illegal immigrants and American citizens. We’re all the same to them: Peasants to be ruled over.

  • V the K

    Also, can I add that Rubio’s blatant pandering by introducing a late-term abortion bill is just insulting. It’s like he’s saying, “Oh, no, I better get those ignorant knuckle-draggers behind me again. I’ll throw them some red meat by putting up an abortion bill I know will never pass.”

    • NY2DC

      You hit the nail on the head! I’m done with Rubio. I don’t trust him. How can I? I will say that if shamnesty gets rammed down our throats, a Cruz/Rubio ticket in ’16 would be intriguing because I’d love to see the RINOs who voted for it have to explain why we still got walloped amongst Hispanic voters…

    • NY2DC

      You hit the nail on the head! I’m done with Rubio. I don’t trust him. How can I? I will say that if shamnesty gets rammed down our throats, a Cruz/Rubio ticket in ’16 would be intriguing because I’d love to see the RINOs who voted for it have to explain why we still got walloped amongst Hispanic voters…

  • Steve_J

    Bush was a big government, big spending NE blueblood Rockefeller Republican. The reason he seems so good in hindsight is becuase Obama is that many times worse than GWB was.

    • $8245944

      He still looks pretty bad to me.

  • FFlintstone

    Illegal immigration actually is Bush’s fault. He and Rove came up with genius idea to flood the country with illegals. Then, Bush would grant them amnesty and Hispanics would vote Republican for a generation because they’d be so thankful. Didnt exactly go according to plan, did it?

    • Steve_J

      Wouldn’t even have gone as planned had that bill passed.

    • Steve_J

      Wouldn’t even have gone as planned had that bill passed.

    • OneThinDime

      Take it back to Ronald Reagan actually. For the first time in this nation’s history, amnesty was granted to illegal alien invaders. The “one time amnesty” resulted in 7 actually. Almost 1.9 million American workers were displaced by Reagan’s amnesty and landed on welfare costing this country billions not to mention the destruction and devastation of the families that once had a working parent only to be replaced by a law breaker.

  • CombatDiver

    One word: RINO

    • rinodino

      Thank you :)

  • yviemarie88

    They’ve all lived off the public dole – the other dole – long enough. Fini!

  • American_by_Choice

    One word Jeb: DON’T!

  • TitzyFritzensimmons

    Laura Ingraham nailed it!

  • rinodino

    Yum Yum, I just love eating my own family.
    Said everyone on the right

  • $8245944

    GWB is a RINO. Of course he supports Amnesty!

  • stillinthe60s

    Done with Bush-league conservatism.

  • SkyePuppy

    GW Bush has always been in favor of amnesty. Jeb or no Jeb, of course GW will support it as it rears its ugly head again.

    • OneThinDime

      Ole Georgie granted amnesty to almost 1 million himself.

  • NixTyranny

    Post-Reagan we had 12 Bush years. Bush 41 misplays gave us Clinton and Bush 43 misplays gave us King Barack. We cannot afford to let another Bush candidacy hand us yet another Clinton in 2016.

  • froggy19510

    Bushes just go away! I am so sick of these people and if I never see another Bush, Clinton, or Kennedy again it will be too soon.

  • radicallyalyssa

    Love GWB, but I’m ready for him to stop get into politics, ESPECIALLY for the sake of Jeb. He’s got no shot, and I’d hate for GWB’s image to get worse because of it.

  • radicallyalyssa

    Love GWB, but I’m ready for him to stop get into politics, ESPECIALLY for the sake of Jeb. He’s got no shot, and I’d hate for GWB’s image to get worse because of it.

  • Cajun

    carve it in stone somewhere at your house, where you can see it everyday, because here it is: Hispanics and blacks will NEVER vote Republican. And guess what, it has nothing to do with immigration reform, welfare, food stamps, or any of the conventional wisdom of Republicans as to why those people don’t vote for them. The real, true, one and only reason is: they hate white people, and will not vote for anyone that is white, or a Hispanic that is close to being white. Period. Believe it. Learn it. Know it. Live it.

  • Jim Cooper

    Smart Lady!

  • KentM

    The Bushes have destroyed conservatism and divided the republican party. The refusal to keep to the laws of immigration have done nothing but give the left a talking point and the right keeps playing into their hand. Stupidity at the highest

  • disqus_eric

    We need a new family. I nominate seeking someone from this family called the “Palin’s”…

  • a_hick_in_hixville

    The Crown Prince John Ellis Bush certainly does think he is entitled to sit in the Oval Office, and if he thinks he can buy the nomination and steal the election, he will try both. NEVER another Bush!