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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentGovernment · 1 decade ago

Is it wierd that Kerry and Bush were both skull and bones?

Is this wierd or is it just coincidence?


Only 15 members are tapped every year for S&B...Out of almost 298,444,215 americans, this still doesn't seem wierd at all?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    NO! They are our ruling class.15 skull and bones get chosen every year, its no surprise that at least one, sometimes two, end up as the major candidates out of 280,000,000 Americans...the math adds up, its pure coincidence.

    yalie Skull and bones include.....George W. Bush, George H. W. Bush, Prescott "the nazi" Bush, and William Howard Taft along with Supreme Court Justices, business leaders and U.S. Senators such as John F. Kerry.

    William Donaldson, S/B 1953, head of the SEC.

    Edward McNally, S/B 1979, general counsel of the Office on Homeland Security.

    Roy Leslie Austin, S/B 1968, Ambassador to Trinidad & Tobago

    Robert McCallum Jr., S/B 1968, Acting Deputy Attorney General of the United States and ambassador to Australia.

    Rex William Cowdrey, S/B 1968, Deputy Director National Institutes of Health Henry Luce ('20), Time-Life; John Thomas Daniels, founder Archer Daniels Midland; Gifford Pinchot ('89); President Theodore Roosevelt's chief forester, Frederick E. Weyerhaeuser ('96); Harold Stanley ('08), founder Morgan Stanley, investment banker; Alfred Cowles ('13), Cowles Communication, Henry P. Davison ('20), senior partner Morgan Guaranty Trust; Thomas Cochran ('04) Morgan partner; Senator John Heinz; Pierre Jay ('92), first chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York; George Herbert Walker, Jr. ('27), financier and co-founder of the NY Mets; Artemus Gates ('18), President of New York Trust Company, Union Pacific, TIME, Boeing Company; William Draper III, the Defense Department, UN and Import-Export Bank; Dean Witter, Jr., investment banker; Senator Jonathan Bingham; Potter Stewart ('36), Supreme Court Justice; Senator John Chaffe; Harry Payne Whitney ('94), married Gertrude Vanderbilt, investment banker; Russell W. Davenport ('23), editor Fortune Magazine, created Fortune 500 list; Evan G. Galbraith, Ambassador to France and Managing Director of Morgan Stanley; Judge John Steadman, the Court of Appeals in the District of Columbia; Richard Gow ('55), president Zapata Oil (George Bush's company); Amory Howe Bradford ('34), married Carol Warburg Rothschild and was general manager for the New York Times ; C. E. Lord ('49), Comptroller of the Currency; Winston Lord ('59), Chairman of CFR, Ambassador to China and a Clinton assistant Secretary of State; John Lilley, ambassador to China.

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  • 1 decade ago

    No, that's just the real truth about politics. You can choose the Bonesman from the slight left or Bonesman from the slight right, Diebold will decide.

    Either will continue the war as long as it is profitable (to some) and tolerated (by the many).

    A curious story for you: The descendents of Indian Chief Geronimo continue to petition the Bush Family to return Geronimo's skull which was stolen from his grave reputedly by Prescott Bush.

    Source(s): Common Knowledge.
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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    A lot of very prominent people were in the Skull and Bones Society. I think it's just a very selective group at a very selective school, so naturally, many of the people in it would be leaders in our society.

    So basically, not really a coincidence, but definitely not a conspiracy.

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  • 1 decade ago

    What, that two students at the same university are members of the same society? That's not a coincidence, nor is it weird.

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  • Yes, and what about the other politicians too. It's a bit eerie. I agree with you there.

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  • 1 decade ago

    No man, that's a WTF.

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