by Scoobie Davis
If it is True, It Deserves to be a Big Issue
Did George W. Bush snort cocaine at Camp David when Daddykins was president as Kitty Kelley alleges in her fortcoming book The Family: The Real Story of the Bush Dynasty? I don't know but if it is true, it should be a big issue. Just these two reasons are reason enough:
1. Once George W. Bush attained power, he was a major league prick against nonviolent drug offenders. When Bush ran for governor, he shamelessly demagogued against then Governor Ann Richard’s programs to help nonviolent drug offenders with treatment instead of harsh prison sentences. Bush derided the programs as “Penal Code Lite.” Bush has one terse thought for nonviolent drug users who used to receiving medical treatment for their problems: "Incarceration is rehabilitation."
2. If the alleged episode occurred, it would have been after Bush supposedly found Christ and redeemed himself. Bush wears his reformed sinner badge on his sleeve. If this story is true, then it would show that he was lying about his spirituality for votes.
I could go on but you get the point.