Jeb Reveals That Imaginary Friend ‘Warrior Chang’ Guides His Every Move

This is too weird to make up. Jeb Bush has an imaginary friend. Gainesville Sun:

I rely on Chang with great regularity in my public life. He has been by my side and sometimes I let him down.

Here are Bush’s words, spoken before hundreds of lawmakers and politicians: ”Chang is a mystical warrior. Chang is somebody who believes in conservative principles, believes in entrepreneurial capitalism, believes in moral values that underpin a free society.

”I rely on Chang with great regularity in my public life. He has been by my side and sometimes I let him down. But Chang, this mystical warrior, has never let me down.”

It’s a scary place inside Jeb Bush’s head. This insight into his twisted psyche explains a lot.

In a 1989 Washington Post article on the politics of tennis, former President George Bush was quoted as threatening to ”unleash Chang” as a means of intimidating other players.

The saying was apparently quite popular with Gov. Bush’s father, and referred to a legendary warrior named Chang who was called upon to settle political disputes in Chinese dynasties of yore.

O.K. then. I’ve heard enough. How did these freaks of nature get here? And when will they be leaving?


14 thoughts on “Jeb Reveals That Imaginary Friend ‘Warrior Chang’ Guides His Every Move”

  1. Chang doesn’t know much about child-rearing, does he? Jebbie has a son George who’s a stalker, daughter Noelle is a druggie, and Jeb Jr. just got arrest.

    He’d be better off relying on Ming the Merciless.

  2. Gee! An imaginary advisor/mentor/avenger to go along with imaginary foreign/domestic policies and imaginary intelligence/concern for the country! Everything about the Bushies is imaginary except the disastrous results for the US!

  3. Most of the people who errneously voted, against their best interests, for Dubya thinking that he is one of them did so because they believe he shares their invisible friend called Jeebus.

    If a supernatural entity is whispering in Dubya’s ear then it is not the one who lives in the penthouse but the one who lives in the basement.

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  5. (1st time visitor via Buzzflash:)

    Remember the howls of derision when Hillary said she listened to the spirit of Eleanor Roosevelt? Or was it just imagining what Eleanor might’ve said about a current issue? No difference to the vast RW conspiracy that gleefully went to town on her statement. I wonder what they’re saying about Jeb’s mystic warrior? [Sound of crickets, tumbleweeds, wind blowing across the prairie, etc.]

  6. Chang the voice in Devious Jeb’s head, and Rove the voice in Dumbya’s head. We have lunatics at the wheel, and so far it has been a scary ride.

  7. I am a democrat. i read blogs. But the people we need to reach don’t read our blogs.
    I write letters to the editor and guest editorials for the paper. Well reseached. Be a pioneer in this quest of ours to change GOP control. Write letters. besiege every Letters to the Editor in every paper. Especiallythe smaller ones. We need to change attidurdes and make average republicans angry. Get to it.

  8. Al Gore for President!

    1) They can’t baste him with the lies they used in 1999 because the MSM have already admitted that they were lies and that they didn’t treat him fairly. Any new attempt by R’s will be reported as such.

    2) He wrote Earth In The Balance — decades ahead on ecological and climate thinking.

    3) He beat Bush in 2000.

  9. Jeb has an imaginary friend? Imaginary advisor? It’s pretty obvious when watching him talk that someone from another Planet is controlling him….

    Hmmmmm…. Mr. Gore had an opportunity to cut the nuts off w (the shrub) but didn’t do it in the first debate in 2000.

    Hmmmm…. remember the first debate in October 3, 2000, when Jim Lehrer asked him if he still believed w is not experienced enough to lead the Nation, as he had previously been quoted as saying in a NY Times interview? Answer: Mr. Gore didn’t really give an answer. All he had to say was “Yes, I still believe that.” Instead he talked quite a bit and denied saying that. I turned off the tv at that point.

    Following is from

    MODERATOR: “And now the first question as determined by a flip of a coin, it goes to Vice President Gore. Vice President Gore, you have questioned whether Governor Bush has the experience to be President of the United States. What exactly do you mean?”

    GORE: “Well, Jim, first of all, I would like to thank the sponsors of this debate and the people of Boston for hosting the debate. I would like to thank Governor Bush for participating, and I would like to say I’m happy to be here with Tipper and our family. I have actually not questioned Governor Bush’s experience. I have questioned his proposals. And here is why….” etc.

    Yes, in spite of that type behavior, Mr. Gore did win in 2000; however, if he had used his (proverbial) knife, the gap between him and w would have been so great that no amount of voting fraud by the republicans could have taken the election away from Mr. Gore.

    Again, John Kerry, had an opportunity to cut the nuts off w in 2004, but he didn’t. He let those lying sob’s define him, and he could have used the knife (the truth, and strongly), to attack them tougher than they did him. He still won, but that’s another story most of us have done nothing to change, and the election process is still not fixed.

    Somehow, the team that put their sock-puppet/front man/shrub in place has media scared, many politicians scared, and has fooled many, many Americans who cannot think for themselves and who have no critical thinking skills. How is that done? Ask w’s mentor, Adolph.

    Oooops! Is that the shrub’s imaginary advisor?

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