No offense, Jeb – But I’m Bushed
I found myself wondering why, or how one family could come to dominate a political party so as to potentially include 3 presidential contenders within a few short decades. Somehow I think it’s related to a party that’s without strong principles and ideals, or at least lacking the willingness to stand up and fight for them so that somehow, personalities and cronyism come to dominate it, instead.
Sorry Jeb. But I’m Bushed.
But when others were out there at the barricades for an unknown conservative Marco Rubio at the very beginning? When Mark Levin was, typically, out there first to give the conservative underdog some much needed attention with appearances on his show? Where was Jeb?
Say again: Jeb was neutral.
Why does this seemingly small detail amount to anything?
Over the Thanksgiving holidays, the New York Times ran this story on its front page, headlined as follows:
Jeb Bush in 2016? Not Too Early for Chatter
The paper might as well have had another headline:
Jeb Bush in 2016? Here Comes the Next Mitt Romney
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