Kenrick, that is.
Not disagreeing or agreeing with the substance of this tweet but why should a nose-tackle instigate this type of discussion?UberFacts @UberFacts 4h George W. Bush's grandfather (Prescott Bush) participated in illegal trades with the Nazis during WWII.Retweeted by kenrick Ellis
who are you barbara bush? what do you give a ****?
he's a free human in america. he has as much right to tweet garbage as you or me.
A garbage man can tweet that if he wants. I think its cool as hell, get people who normally wouldnt care about history to start talking a little bit...
I think I love Anna Kendrick, without ever having met her...
Sounds to me like he knows a lot more than most idiots who post political propaganda nonstop from their buttholes all day long.
I was expecting to see a tweet about the Jets going to the SB this year or something about stomping out the Pasts*
Giving pro athletes the ability to tweet is like handing a blow torch to a pyromaniac.
This is going to be big. You saw the lengths Christopher Plummer went to hide what he did in Inside Man, right?
Ellis better sleep with one eye open. Jody Foster is coming for him. The good news is she looked real good in that movie.
Kendrick didn't even tweet that, he retweeted it, it was originally tweeted by uberfacts.
Somebody needs an uberclue and an uberenema, and some ubertwitter101
Give me a break!
Hardly a fact. But it is cool to hate Bush so why not.
Bush was one of seven directors (including W. Averell Harriman) of the Union Banking Corporation, an investment bank that operated as a clearing house for many assets and enterprises held by German steel magnate Fritz Thyssen. In July 1942, the bank was suspected of holding gold on behalf of Nazi leaders. A subsequent government investigation disproved those allegations but confirmed the Thyssens' control, and in October 1942 the United States seized the bank under the Trading with the Enemy Act and held the assets for the duration of World War II.
According to journalist Joe Conason, Prescott Bush's involvement with UBC was purely commercial and he was not a Nazi sympathizer. The Anti-Defamation League and historian Herbert Parmet agreed with that assessment.
Poll: You're starting to remember Bush fondly
June 11, 2013
(CNN) - For the first time since 2005, more Americans have a favorable view of former President George W. Bush than an unfavorable view. According to a new Gallup poll released Tuesday, 49% have a positive opinion of the two-term Republican president, while 46% feel the opposite.