Even though there’s little that can damage the country more than Obama and the Dems have, especially in Obama’s first two years, this kind of talk about Jeb Bush is nauseating.

What the GOP money machine says: “Let’s nominate Jeb Bush in 2016!”

What I hear: “We might as well go ahead and have Hillary Clinton take the oath of office right now.”

Update:

If you needed any more convincing:

Comments

7 Responses to “Who’s up for nominating another Bush for the presidency?”

  1. SpySmasher on October 27th, 2014 3:35 am

    Jeb Bush = Hillary. Same thing. Aren't they both Democrats?

  2. Granny617 on October 27th, 2014 10:57 am

    If that is the case – we need a third party – conservative third party. Today is the 50th anniversary of Ronald Regan's great speech. Let's not ruin the day with talk of a Jeb Bush 2016 run.

  3. Marshall_Will on October 27th, 2014 2:39 pm

    On the local level, I've said the same thing! Our 'Republican' state rep. is advocating DLFI ( Driver's Licenses For Illegals ) Of course at the behest of the Ag. lobby here in Oregon.

    Why all that herniating ourselves to "keep one of OUR guys in office!" ( when we could spare ourselves the expense and effort by simply allowing a democrat to win? ) It's cheaper and I won't miss a game!

    Isn't it time the Ag lobby and the GOP take seperate trails…?

  4. Marshall_Will on October 27th, 2014 2:53 pm

    Not that I disagree, but isn't it more important to take advantage of an already fractured dimmocratic party? We've afforded them every imaginable latitude in grafting everything from OWS to Code Pink to insert radical environmental group here ____ long enough.

    Liberal-leaning ( and genuinely misguided/spoiled ) suburban moms, however well intentioned, under the same political roof as bearded pot smokers cr@pping on cop cars? Union members that are more about their precious pensions and benefits conjoined w/ violent eco-terrorists?

    How have we allowed that to become a 'natural' alliance? All one need in order to become a 'member' of the Dimmocratic party is to vote *against* Repub's and they can form their own ideology LATER?

  5. Truesoldier__ on October 27th, 2014 6:35 pm

    "Who’s up for nominating another Bush for the presidency?"

    It's official…..The GOP wants to lose the next Presidential election!

  6. Truesoldier__ on October 27th, 2014 6:45 pm

    I've often wondered what the political landscape would be like if both parties fractured and became a multitude of parties. The GOP could be fractured into these parties:

    Conservative
    Libertarian
    RINO (i.e. Crony Capitalist democrat light)

    and the Dems could be fractured into:

    Unions
    Socialist/Marxists
    Libertarian
    Blue Collar workers
    Feminists
    LGBT
    Race hustlers
    OWS

    so if we were to fracture like that above, we could see Reps/Senators elected from each party. With those odds I would be all for it as we Conservatives could probably pull out with the most reps (seeing the dems would splinter worse) and could control the agenda long enough to get our Constitution back.

  7. Granny617 on October 27th, 2014 9:18 pm

    Yup and whores like Reince Prebius, Karl Rove, MSM, John McLame, Chris Christy, RNC, etal, will jump on the "Let's be inclusive" band wagon. I say give me Ted Cruz or give me death!

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.