Bush v. Clinton in 2016? New World Order dream matchup being touted as ‘inevitable’

By Michael Snyder | End of the American Dream

The next presidential election is still nearly two years away, and yet the mainstream media is already telling Americans who they are supposed to vote for.  Now that Jeb Bush has all but officially declared that he is running for president, a “dream matchup” between Bush and Hillary Clinton is being touted as “inevitable”.  But is this what the American people actually want?  Most liberals seem to truly dislike Clinton, and most conservatives can’t stand Bush at this point.  And yet when the time comes, the big money donors will line up behind them and they will get far more media coverage than the other candidates.  Yes, there is still a chance that another establishment candidate such as Mitt Romney could jump ahead of Bush on the Republican side, and there is also a chance that Hillary Clinton may decide not to run at all (more on that below).  But when it is all said and done, it is virtually certain that Americans will have a choice between establishment candidate #1 and establishment candidate #2 on election day 2016, and that is absolutely sickening.

We have already had 20 years of Bush/Clinton, and if it is Jeb Bush vs. Hillary Clinton in 2016 we will be guaranteed another four years.

The Bushes and Clintons are portrayed as “enemies” by the mainstream media, but that is not even close to the truth.  The two families have a long, friendly relationship, they have taken vacations together, and they even publicly joke with each other over social media.  The following is just one example that was recently highlighted in Time Magazine

Former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton broadcast their unlikely bromance on social media Tuesday when Clinton posted a picture of himself reading Bush’s new book.

Bill Clinton Reading Bush's Book - Photo from Twitter

Clinton’s #HowAreYouStillNotOnTwitter hashtag is a reference to his President’s Day tweet this year, which ribbed the younger Bush for not having an account. This time, Bush responded. He posted Clinton’s tweet on Instagram with the caption, “Thanks, 42! Hope you like the book about your pal, #41. #HowAreYouSTILLNotOnInstagram #PresidentialGrammers #BrotherFromAnotherMother”.

And when it comes to politics, there is very little actually separating the two families on a practical basis.  That is why it seemed like nothing really changed no matter who was in the White House.  The truth is that the Bushes and the Clintons are both progressives that eagerly promote the globalist agenda of the New World Order elite.

But to this day, there are still many good conservatives that truly believe that George W. Bush is one of them.  Even when Laura Bush went on national television and declared that she is solidly pro-choice and that she enthusiastically supports gay marriage, that didn’t bother them.  All they know is that the Bushes are on the “red team” and that they have to do whatever they can to defeat the evil Democrats on the “blue team”.

And in 2016, Jeb Bush will tout himself as a “conservative” once again despite his ultra-liberal stances on important conservative issues such as immigration.  If he becomes president, he will probably fill up his cabinet with social liberals just like George W. Bush did, and everyone will still refer to him as a “conservative”.

How can people be so blind?

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