FDR stopped Bush's grandfather, Prescott Bush and Bush's great-grandfather, George Herbert Walker, from doing any further business with Nazi Germany in 1942 by invoking the "Trading with the Enemy Act."
To the Editor:
Some people wonder why Bush is so rabid about attacking our eminently successful Social Security program and replacing it with a privatized program that would eventually be nibbled to death by stock broker commissions, management fees and churning. There may be an element of payback and revenge in this seeming Bush lunacy of attacking the Social Security legacy of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR), for, back in 1942, FDR stopped Bush's grandfather, Prescott Bush and Bush's great-grandfather, George Herbert Walker, from doing any further business with Nazi Germany by invoking the "Trading with the Enemy Act." Just do a google search on the terms, "Prescott Bush" or "Bush family links to Nazi Germany" and you will find many details about the sordid Bush family infatuation with and unsavory support for Hitler and Nazi Germany. This information may help put the present actions of Bush into a better perspective.
James K. Sayre
9 February 2005.
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