VIDEO: Jeb assumes George W. Bush has a mind, praises him for "not having an opinion on anything" in four years

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george bush jeb bush hug Photograph by Corbis

Photograph by Corbis

Jeb Bush, speaking to Jake Tapper about his failure of a brother:

"He is like the most focused, disciplined guy."

And by focused he means able to fool Americans, the press, and Congress members, start fraudulent wars, and kill thousands of American and Iraqis. And by disciplined he means somehow able to avoid prison time.

"To imagine being a former president and not having an opinion on anything over the last four years, really?"

And by not having an opinion, he means depending out his brother's spokespeople Dick Cheney, Condi Rice, and himself to opine for him.

"I mean, to have that discipline, to be respectful of the president that hasn't been as respectful of him as he should have been? Man, I could have never done that."

By making that statement, you haven't done that.

And by discipline, he means allowing others to do his dirty work. And by respectful he means W not getting in front of a mic and yelling, "HA! Yeah! Woo hoo! Awesome! What HE said!" every time they do.

By the way, I wish President Obama would have the discipline to prosecute Team Bush for war crimes.

"Everything he sets his mind to, he does, he wants to be good at..."

Key words: "Wants to be."

Assuming W even has a mind to set, there is very little, if anything, that he is actually good at... besides lying, I mean.

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