It must be great to be able to run your brain through the dishwasher each night:
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) tells Esquire that President Obama didn't tell voters what he was going to do during the presidential campaign.
Said Bush: "Barack Obama would not have gotten elected if he'd let us in on his secret plan prior to the election. He would not have gotten elected if he'd said, 'My idea is to create a $1.8 trillion deficit for the next fiscal year. My idea is to spend $750 billion over the next ten years on a government-sponsored, government-subsidized health-care policy. My idea is to create a massive cap-and-trade system [based on the idea] that CO2 is [a] pollutant and we need to tax it in a massive way to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions.' Those ideas, which are now embedded in his budget, and the ideas in the stimulus package, weren't central in his campaign."
Obama should have told America he had a secret plan to invade the wrong country, bog us down there for at least six more years, kill 4,500 American troops in the process, cost us trillions in a war his people would at first claim would "pay for itself," institute an illegal system of nationwide domestic surveillance, and lead an American surge into ghoulish medievalism with a program of torture that ultimately would be used to try to extract "confessions" that would justify it all, falsely, after the fact.
That, surely, would have satisfied these scions of the compound-dwelling douchebag plutocrat set.