If Jeb Bush gets the GOP nomination for president in 2016, I’ll probably vote for Obama.
HEY just because he thinks it’s just gym dandy to let everybody in who cant pay their way after they get here (and expects the makers to foot the bill for ‘em after the comfortably settle in) doesn’t make him an unfit candy......course it doesn’t make him one the makers cant give the foot to either....
Now if his platform includes changing the immigration quota formula...i.e. we let in 8 law abiding scientists, veture capitalists, industrial engineers, businessmen ETC....to 2 welfare ready folk, I SAY go you JEB.
Oh yeah another thing, Jeb has to make Rush, Ann Coulter, Bill Whittle, COLS North and West and Grover cabinent level members of the admin. .......that’d show his brain and heart are in the right place and that he loves our country.....LET’S WATCH AND SEE....
...whatever. No more Bushes!
And so it begins.
As I understand it, Jeb’s raised gobs of money for his foundation on the subject of education, but while he was governor he did nothing to institute the most basic reforms: phonics-based reading instruction and a traditional math approach.
Would you send your children to a Communist school?
What do you think a “public” school is?
When the MSM start pushing names of the opposition, one can only surmise who they want to run against.
Looks like Jeb B gets the first nod. After all, according to the Chicago Trib article, he was soooooooooo bipartisan with his education stuff.
Of course, the Trib also knows that, based on exit polls, over 1/2 of the voters still blame brother George BUSH for the bad economy.
What a dream for the Dems — another BUSH to run against.
Let Jeb run and get it out of his system. I doubt he would make it half way through the primaries. The BUSH name has tainted politics for the next 50 years. The GOPe and Dems/MSM might be dancing in the streets at the likelihood of Jeb on the ticket, but the voters won’t be. Jeb = Another GOP Loss.
Promoting a third man named Bush as the next President says we’re no longer a democracy but an aristocracy - that we’re no longer considering millions of candidates from among the citizenship but only those from a narrow elite. Kennedy, Bush, Clinton and maybe a few other families “rule”.
[Jeb Bush soared to rock star status in the education world...]
At least, IF he became president, he couldn’t hand ‘education reform’ over to Ted Kennedy.
Of course, there are many socialists he could pick from who would be happy to participate.