Prez Bush 43 Racist? ((shut your mouth!))

Prez Bush 43 Racist? ((shut your mouth!))

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People muddy and make meaningless the word and concept “racist” and “racism” by unnecessarily (and a lot of times falsely) hurling them at just any old body. Did ya’ll see the fabulous rapport Oprah had with President Bush? I did.

I believe anyone spouting pure stupidity by saying our 43rd President of the United States is racist is just plainly ignorant…… Or perhaps just unaware of the actual definitive of these terms and/or the concepts they represent…

For your information – racism is defined as the following:

“a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human races determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one’s own race is superior and has the right to rule others.”

Here’s a FACT ==> President Bush had as his Secretary of State……… wait for it……………………


Condoleezza Rice was the very first Black female to hold such a prominent place in anyone’s presidential cabinet. This FACT alone is in direct contradiction to the definition of “racism” — Here’s a little math quiz for you:

White President plus Black Secretary of State equals __________.

Well I was never good at math – BUT I can honestly guestimate ==> President George W. Bush is no racist!

So for all of you who knows someone that’s disrespecting former President Bush by falsely accusing him of racism, please do the world an huge favor and tell them loudly and abruptly, “SHUT YOUR MOUTH!”

And please mean it!  Thanks.

Most sincerely,

Jacquii Cooke.


President George W. Bush will say that criticism by Kanye West — in which the then-president was dubbed a “racist” — was the “worst moment” of his presidency.


“I didn’t appreciate it then,” Bush says. “I don’t appreciate it now. It’s one thing to say, “I don’t appreciate the way he’s handled his business.” It’s another thing to say, “This man’s a racist.” I resent it, it’s not true, and it was one of the most disgusting moments in my Presidency.”

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Jacquii Cooke is a Black American Poet from Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Her writings have been featured in both online & print venues. More of her writing may be found at JPiC Forum For Writers, an online Community where open-minded writers of all backgrounds can freely share in the joy of creating literature. Jacquii’s JPiC profile can be found at MsJacquiiC.

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