Bushes' financial deadlines should be examined

2014-02-28T00:00:00Z Bushes' financial deadlines should be examined nwitimes.com
February 28, 2014 12:00 am

Bob Stiener's tutorial about violations of the Constitution missed a few things such as laws prohibiting doing business with the enemy. Prescott Bush, father and grandfather of the former presidents, had the following businesses seized for dealing with Adolf Hitler during World War II: Union Banking Corp., Holland-American Trading Corp., Seamless Steel Equipment Corp., Silesian Am. Corp.

George W. Bush owned Arbusto Energy, which was doing business with Salem bin Laden, brother of Osama bin Laden.

These are but a few of the Bush family dealings that would appear to violate the Constitution, but I doubt Stiener cares to hear about those since it would implicate a Republican in any type of illegal behavior.

Can't wait to hear his justification of their actions.

- Larry Collier, Crown Point

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