Bush jr. arrested

"John Ellis Bush, known as 'Jebby,' was arrested Friday morning and charged with public intoxication and resisting arrest. Evidently Jebby was having too much fun there in Austin," writes Spin Dentist, also noting that there's no truth to the rumor that the appropriately aged Jebby might now sign up for the military...

Could this be Jebby's rebellion against a father with an imaginary mystical warrior friend named Chang?

Progressive U paints the pattern:


"Several members of the Bush family have received considerable press converage for perceived or abusive use of alcohol and other substances, including George W. Bush's DUI, Jenna and Barbara Bush's underage drinking, and Jebby's sister Noelle arrest for forging a Xanax prescription."
Bonus conspiracy theory!: Is it beyond the realm of possibility that the Rove/Cheney crew will decide, as George's laggard presidency concludes, that they will, um, discard George and then capitalize on his newfound martyrdom to run brother Jeb on the sympathy vote? That's ridiculous, I take it back. Strike that. (All Spin Zone)

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