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Re: Eviction notice

The Supreme Court ruled in March that taxpayer-financed public housing tenants can now be evicted from their homes should any family member or guest do any drug activity, even if the tenant had no knowledge of the activity, and even if the activity occurred away from the tenant’s home.

So on that note, when are President Bush and his family, and his brother, Gov. Jeb Bush and his family, of Florida, getting evicted from the White House and Florida governor’s mansion?



The president has a history of alcohol addiction, drunken driving and cocaine abuse.




The president’s daughters carouse drunk in Texas bars passing fake IDs, getting arrested for the offenses.

Gov. Jeb Bush’s daughter uses a fake ID, obtaining painkillers and other assorted pharmaceuticals, feeding her drug addictions.

Chief Justice Rehnquist wrote in his opinion that “tenants who cannot control drug crime are a threat to other residents and the project (public housing).”

According to Rehnquist, the Bush family cannot control drug crime in their own homes and so therefore threaten other American residents.

Their children are drunks and drug abusers, so when are the Bush families getting evicted from their public housing?

Thomas M. “Zeke” Tafoya

Auburn


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