Bush Family Fortunes

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This hour long documentary follows the award-winning reporter-sleuth Greg Palast on the trail of the Bush family, from Florida election finagling, to the Saudi connection, to the Bush team's spiking the FBI investigation of the bin Laden family and the secret State Department plans for post-war Iraq. These are the hard-hitting reports that have been seen in films like Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11, broadcast internationally on BBC Newsnight television, and are found in Palast's international bestselling book The Best Democracy Money Can Buy.

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  • Gaya

    Bush is dumber then a box of rocks... was said in this documentary... an insult to the box of rocks

  • Tom H.

    I like Palast. I have personally spoken with Palast on several occasions. I have given Palast money for his works, videos, books, and travel. It was Palast's book that got that young student tasered in Florida. I think Palast is a good person.

    Palast gives us books and videos that question just about every single thing this Bush cabal and crime family has ever done dating back decades. He basically says that everything this regime has done has been based on lies, threats, extortion, retribution, blackmail, bribery, and "suicides".

    There's just ONE HUGE problem with Palast. Here it is: He thinks that 911 happened just the way Bush told him it did. Palast has never nor ever will investigate 911. Never. 4 planes crashed just like Bush said...and that is the end of the discussion. Stunning coming from a man who has written that everything else this criminal has ever said was a lie....EXCEPT 911. This is why I no longer speak to or support Mr. Palast. Though I still think he is a good man?!!! The horrors and lies of 911 are so shocking that not even the most hardened of journalists can accept it?

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