Bush on Meet The Press
RUSSERT: You were both in Skull & Bones, the secret society.
BUSH: It so secret we can't talk about it.
RUSSERT: What does that mean for America? The conspiracy theorists are going to go wild.
BUSH: I'm sure they are. I don't know. I haven't seen the Web pages yet.
RUSSERT: Number 322?
BUSH: (Laughs) I...........(trails off).
Here is a good historical outline of the skull & bones secret occultic society. Excerpt: The New Haven Tomb is rumored in Yale's own magazine to hold the skulls of Pancho Villa and Che Guevara as well. Fourth, The Order inspires occasionally a fanatical loyalty. Members have been known to stab the Bones insignia into their flesh to keep it on them while showering or swimming.
Both John Kerry and George W. Bush are members of Skull and Bones. Bush refused to talk about their common membership in the Order of Death during his February 9, 2004 appearance on NBC's Meet The Press.
In another interview, when Kerry was in turn asked what could he reveal about Skull and Bones, Kerry said: "Well not much, because it's a secret... Sorry, I wish there was something I could manifest..." and then quickly changed the subject. Bush appointed 11 Skull and Bones members to his Administration in his first term.
The U.S. branch of a German secret society