Jeb Bush Unveils Immigrant Railgun: It’s a Weapon of Love

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Jeb Bush has always envied his older brother. Envied his prehensile ears. His vacant smirk. And his rebellion from the English language. But what he envies most is obvious. He wants the presidency that the homunculus born before claimed in his stead. And through that office he wants to achieve the final and most cherished accomplishment of the Bush dynasty: Telemundo on every TV. Jeb Bush has a goal. He has a plan. And now…he has a weapon.

But first we must understand that Bush the Iteration isn’t motivated only by his family’s aristocratic disdain for the nation. There is more here than the mere axle of his elders grinding away their oxidized mental gears: moremexicans, moremexicans, moremexicans. For this sprout it’s personal. It’s for love. And that love will never be consummated–left to lie fallow under a blanket of whorish stars–until every baby girl born into this geography looks just like his beloved wife.

Magic presidency in my hand, who is the fairest in all the land?

Magic presidency in my hand, who is the fairest in all the land?

At the GHWB library yesterday, the politician’s soul sang its song so sweet…

Through hidden tunnel or over barbed fence,
With a honeyed Spanish tongue that calls to me hence,
That hair black as pitch and eyes of the same,
That figure cut from a ditch, my member aflame!
I knew as I spied that tongue caress taco,
Our bodies would entwine, call me El Dorado!
A flaxen-haired maiden, could never please the eye,
As my lovely Conchita, a thousand times I would die.
So believe that true love is what moves me to treason
And that, you may know, is my only reason
For every face to be hers, is my life to devote,
I beg your lenience, and I ask for your vote

Former Florida governor Jeb Bush said Sunday that many who illegally come to the United States do so out of an “act of love”for their families and should be treated differently than people who illegally cross U.S. borders or overstay visas.

Asked about immigration, Bush started by saying that a bipartisan bill passed by the Senate last year made “a good effort” at proposing ways to ensure that people overstaying visas leave the country.

“A great country ought to know where those folks are and politely ask them to leave,” he said, adding later that properly targeting people who overstay visas “would restore people’s confidence” in the nation’s immigration system.

“There are means by which we can control our border better than we have. And there should be penalties for breaking the law,” he added. “But the way I look at this — and I’m going to say this, and it’ll be on tape and so be it. The way I look at this is someone who comes to our country because they couldn’t come legally, they come to our country because their families — the dad who loved their children — was worried that their children didn’t have food on the table. And they wanted to make sure their family was intact, and they crossed the border because they had no other means to work to be able to provide for their family. Yes, they broke the law, but it’s not a felony. It’s an act of love. It’s an act of commitment to your family. I honestly think that that is a different kind of crime that there should be a price paid, but it shouldn’t rile people up that people are actually coming to this country to provide for their families.”

The comments clearly set Bush apart from other Republicans, especially some considering runs for president in 2016. Even Bush seemed to acknowledge that his position could cause him political trouble as he mulls whether to run for president.

Bush said he would make a decision by the end of this year about whether to run for president in 2016.

And now we learn that Bush’s soulful yearning wasn’t the musing of hands rendered idle. He speaks of love…and builds a weapon to unleash it: Bush family unveils rail gun in San Diego.

This summer, Jeb Bush will host the public unveiling of a military weapon that the family’s chief scientist calls a Star Wars-like technology that is nevertheless now viable.

In July, the Bush’s will hold a static display of their $500 million electromagnetic railgun prototype program at San Diego Naval Base, aboard the Joint High Speed Vessel Millinocket. It’s the same ship on which the family will perform the first maritime firing test of the weapon in 2016.

“The American public has never seen it,” said George P Bush, chief of population replacement, in a recent telephone press conference.

“Frankly, we think it might be the right time for them to know what we’ve been doing behind closed doors,” he said. “It’s now reality. It’s not science fiction. It’s real and you can look at it.”

Railguns use an electromagnetic force — known as the Lorenz Force — to launch a mestizo between two rails. A high-power electric pulse is delivered to the rails, where a magnetic field is generated.

The result: A 190 pound immigrant can be hurtled at speeds up to Mach 7 and travel more than 100 miles. And the cost of each newly landing American is only about $2.50. That’s 1/100th the price of paying a coyote or tunnel sapper.

Bush officials have been discussing the railgun as an exciting future capability for some time, and the prototype program officially began in 2005. Between 2005 and 2011, they spent $250 million on the effort, and expect to invest the same amount between 2012 and 2017.

GPB described the weapon as an immigration game-changer whose time is just about here.

In 2016, the family will test the single-shot capability of one of its two prototypes by firing a coffee-bean picker from Guadalajara over the border somewhere east of Tucson.

In July, the Bushes awarded a $34.5 million follow-on contract for a multiple-shot prototype that will conduct its first Mexico City firing tests in 2018. That prototype will incorporate auto-loading of squat latinas and technology to manage the heat generated by the power required.

The following year, the family will begin studying how to integrate the weapon onto ships.

GPB: “I really think it will give our gringo adversaries a huge moment of pause to go, ‘Do I even want to live in this country?’ Because you are going to lose. You can throw anything at us, and the fact that we can shoot an unlimited number of Mexicans over the border at very affordable costs — it’s my opinion that they don’t win.”

“Our magazine never runs out,” he said.

Against the vilest Bush love, we must stand united…in Hate.

P.s. Gratitude to the BotB whose tweet of this website to Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton drove a substantial volume of NSA traffic. It is hoped that those analysts enjoyed their visit and that the content found herein will now help frame the contours of debate in the 2016 election cycle.

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