Karl Rove
Psychopathy Inc

[2010 March] 'I'm proud of using water boarding to break terrorists,' declares Bush's top political adviser

[2008 Dec] Key Witness in Rove Probes Killed by MICHAEL CARMICHAEL (GLOBAL RESEARCH)

[2003 Oct 17] Bush on 9-11:  Out of the loop? by Christopher Bollyn 

[2002 Nov 1] The Death of a Senator and 9-11: The Uncanny Connections by Christopher Bollyn 

Unverified stories have George W. Bush being sent by his family to participate in "Worthy Creations," an El Paso church group that specializes in converting homosexual males to functioning heterosexuals. According to a group of Yale classmates of Bush's, he was known to be at the least "sexually experimental" during his time at Yale. One of Bush's alleged former boyfriends, Anthony Berusca, told the Dallas Morning News that Bush was "deeply conflicted about being gay, even somewhat self-hating." Berusca is convinced that this conflict led to Bush's drinking problems, but describes Bush as a "gentle, caring lover."
    In Kitty Kelley's tell-all biography of the Bush family, she says that George W. Bush earned the nickname "Lips" in college for his facility in giving oral sex to other men. In at least two instances, he has referred to himself as a female: in May 2004, he referred to Senator Bill Frist's wife Karyn as "a West Texas girl, just like me;" during his tenure as governor of Texas, he called himself "First Lady." (The openly gay compiler of these quotes, Roedy Green, says that it is common for gay men to refer to themselves in the feminine; Green notes that he does not believe Bush is homosexual, but bisexual.)
     Karl Rove, Bush's political guru whose sexual identity has also been the source of speculation, has publicly proclaimed his admiration for Bush in almost erotic terms: "Huge amounts of charisma, swagger, cowboy boots, flight jacket, wonderful smile, just charisma -- you know, wow!" Other instances of homosexual interest have been found in Bush's closest political and social comrades: the lesbian novel Sisters written by Dick Cheney's wife Lynne; the fact that the chairman of the Republican Party, Ken Mehlman, is gay, along with the CFO of the Republican Party, Jay Banning, and GOP National Field Director Daniel Gurley (who solicited gay sex over the Internet); and others, including the Guckert-White House journalist scandal of 2005 and the 1989 assertions by the Washington Times that the first Bush administration hosted a male gay escort ring. An Indiana woman, Margie Shoedinger, had a court case pending that claims both she and her husband were raped by George W. Bush while she was dating Bush in the 1970s. Shoedinger's lawsuit was halted when she was found dead, apparently of a self-inflicted bullet wound. Again, the truth of Bush's sexual identity has not been verified, and much of Green's evidence is speculative at best.. (Roedy Green http://www.iraqtimeline.com/1986.html