Skip to comments.Jeb Bush surges to lead GOP pack in new 2015 poll (Jeb Bush was chosen just like Joe Biden)
Posted on 02/09/2020 9:42:30 AM PST by richardtavor
Jeb leads the GOP pack, according to brand-new national NBC/WSJ poll Who makes that first debate, per the poll? And who gets left off? Full NBC/WSJ poll comes out at 6:30 pm ET What dynasty issue? GOP candidates divided over South Carolinas Confederate flag And Rick Perry on how NOT to talk about the Charleston shooting. First Poll:
Jeb Bush 22% Scott Walker 17% Marco Rubio 14% Ben Carson 11% Mike Huckabee 9% Rand Paul 7% Rick Perry 5% Ted Cruz 4% Chris Christie 4% Carly Fiorina 2% Donald Trump 1% Lindsey Graham 1% John Kasich 1% Bobby Jindal 0% Rick Santorum 0% George Pataki 0%
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Hillary in a landslide.
BTW, anyone want to take a stab at what the "Deep State" really is? (Hint - same as the "Swamp" that needs draining.)
Yeb! was supposed to be the Designated Loser for 2016, the only reason it didn’t happen that way was Donald Trump.
Hillary would of clubbed Jeb like a baby seal.
“We need a better class of elites.” Tucker Carlson
Same for Ted Cruz... especially after he went to the border with Glenn Beck and teddy bears... the whole election would have been about abortions, feminism, etc...
Jeb was chosen - and chosen by the same people - who chose Biden.
Just like Mitt Romney before him and John McCain before Mitt.
That is 3 losers in a row that the deep state picked for us.
Jeb Bush was a great governor. He screwed up on Terri Schiavo and went downhill from there.
He tried to become a chameleon and went into obscurity.
Does anyone know whereabouts of this human ball of electricity?
Dont forget on the Dole Bob.
PMSNBC has been Fake News for a long time.
I remember when this came out.
I didn’t know anyone who was backing Jeb.
Met some backing Walker, Rubio, Forina and Cruz.
Never met or shared email with ANYONE backing Jeb.
Howard Dean was shoved aside as well
In the “Invisible Primary” of raising campaign funds, Howard Dean led the Democratic pack in the early stages of the 2004 campaign. Among the candidates, he ranked first in total raised ($25.4 million as of September 30, 2003) and first in cash-on-hand ($12.4 million)...
Polling throughout the primary campaign consistently showed Dean either in first place, or second behind Dick Gephardt.
However, last minute surges by rivals John Kerry and John Edwards as well as negative campaigning between the Dean and Gephardt campaigns resulted in an 11th hour slump for both campaigns.
In a poll released by the Des Moines Register just before Caucus Day, Dean registered in third place with 20%, behind Kerry with 26%, and Edwards with 23%, but ahead of Dick Gephardt with 18%. Throughout Caucus night, Dean was in a fight with Gephardt for third place in Iowa behind Kerry and Edwards. With 100% of precincts reporting, Kerry received 38%, Edwards received 32%, and Dean came in third with 18% while Gephardt finished in fourth with just 11% of caucus support.
On January 19, 2004, Dean’s campaign suffered a staggering blow when a last-minute surge by rivals John Kerry and John Edwards led to a disappointing third-place finish for Dean in the 2004 Iowa Democratic caucuses, representing the first votes cast in primary season. Dean’s public address that night was widely rebroadcast and portrayed as a media gaffe that ended his campaign.
He was too public with his leftist positions and he was made to step aside. He got a party gig out of it.
It’s interesting to look back, and see that in this June 2015 poll, that Trump was buried down at 1%. And to see the names of so many other forgotten people who were above Trump at that time in a crowded field. None of the chattering classes on cable TV news channels knew what was about to happen.
Ted Cruz - born a Canadian/Cuban -not a natural born citizen
Bobby Jindal - born an Indian National -not a natural born citizen
Micro Rubio - born a Cuban national - not a natural born citizen
This was not accidental immediately following the Kenyanesian Usurpation
Good Times. Good Times!!
Low energy Jeb was just a perfect description of the putz.
democrats convinced themselves that Trump couldn’t win and they thought he’d forever tarnish the Republican brand. They thought he’d be an easy candidate to beat but he didn’t take a dive like Mittens and McStain.
Interesting idea... to say the least... kind of like the legal system where statutory law is usurped by case law and/or court precedent instead of legislation.
Mitt was born in Mexico.
Kerry grew up in Norway.
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