Skip to comments.Jeb Bush says GOP needs ‘agenda’ (On MSNBC, Jeb tells House GOP to pass Amnesty)
Posted on 10/17/2013 7:33:44 AM PDT by jimbo123
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush said Thursday that Republicans need to craft a positive agenda and cant just rail against Washington, D.C.
We have to have an agenda, we just cant be against whats in front of Washington, D.C., Bush said on MSNBCs Morning Joe on Thursday.
Taking one last dig at lawmakers on the Hill, Bush called on them to pass immigration reform and hoped it would set a precedent of lawmaking.
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Another Collaborator spews!
The ruling-class Brahmans are consolidating their power.
Romney was on Fox a few days agao and said he wished he had been more inclusive during the last election and had reached out to more Hispanics. That told me everything I needed to know.
Sounds like he's saying the GOP needs to adopt the Democrat agenda.
Go away Bush.
JEB and the one party United State idea.
Yes Jeb, the GOP should completely finish itself off and pass amnesty.
No more Bushes. I have not been happy with them and the “Clinton is my brother” crap is old. Bill has no problem blaming stuff on “his brother” Bush. With the Illegal Immigration support, the Bushes are helping to destroy the middle class. They won’t be hurt, the have millions. Easy to be benevolent with taxpayer money. I wish they would talk to people who have been hurt by the invasion the Feds refuse to stop. I won’t hold my breath. People are dying here at the hands of Illegal Immigrants. The are victims of a War on America.
My daughter just called to tell me that my son-in-law had dinner with jeb and Condi last night. I gave her a lecture on the RINO, Jeb. She was taken off guard.
Not 12 hours have passed, and everybody’s been deployed to the talk show circuit, spewing the talking points. Tell me again. Why do we pretend to have a two-part system?
The Bush family, more than any other Republican dynasty, has ruined the Party for all but the elites & corporatists.
“Romney was on Fox a few days agao and said he wished he had been more inclusive during the last election and had reached out to more Hispanics. That told me everything I needed to know.”
Romney lost because his John McCain impersonation sucked.
I got your agenda right here, Jeb.
Like a zombie rising from the grave, these people don’t stop. They keep their eye on the ball. And so must we.
Amnesty is the establishment’s key to crushing any opposition, by swamping the polls next November with a million or more new democrat voters.
His appearance was so predictable. You knew he was going to find a camera on the day after.
Most politically tone deaf campaign, ever.
Jeb and the GOP deserve each other. They are both irrelevant. Who will be left in the GOP to vote for him?
Amnesty is the only agenda Jeb Clampett Bush has.
So what would Bush put on the agenda? Hell everyone knows the GOP should have an agenda. The problem is they don’t agree what to put on it. Two things for sure won’t be on it, and will doom them, is be to restore the exported job economy and end our role as world policeman.
Precisely- I would like to know just where the areas of disagreement are between the Leftie Dems & the Leftie RINOs. The ‘Pubs are dead - they want to act as DemLites, so No more $$$$$ for any of them -send your contributions directly to the man/woman with proven integrity (i.e., words & actions match). Third party will NOT work. If you run as a 3rd party candidate for Senate or HR, then you will have to caucus with the Repubs who will shut you out of any committees. Is that so bad? Don’t know. In the end, all that counts is your vote up or down on bad laws. Does this country really need any more laws? What we need is to dump about 90% of the crap that comes out of Congress.
Romney, Bush, McCain, McConnell, Boehner.
The GOP leading “conservatives” who actually
are to the LEFT of Juan Williams.
You said it. And, most definitely you’re looking at the RNC’s next nominee, who is triangulating right along with Hillary, fighting for 1% above 50, in the Great Battle of ‘16.
We’re going continental now, according to any globalist you hear. It’s a matter of us dying off, and being replaced with socialists from down Mexico way.
Our offspring are buried in Marxist education camps and wall to wall “activities”, for entertainment, and we Anglos have contracepted ourselves into future extinction.
Raising hell now has some signs of last gasp, but gasp we shall.
The rats have the GOP divided and they are going for the throat. Things are not looking good for conservatives.
The Bush women are notoriously lazy, and need lots of servants to wait on them.
And .. since Jeb can only find face time on MSNBC, what does that tell you about him ..??
I would never vote for him to be President. He swings way to far to the left for me. In fact, I just personally don’t like him.
Jeb, go away. Do it for Terri Schiavo who you let the state starve to death. Another POS Bushie.
wtf, Jeb??? sit back and have another cup of STFU and let the fresh faces do the lifting. What a boat anchor this guy is.
What happens to us when Cruz has to address the interests of, and make inroads with, broader demographics?
The South as a stronghold is now swarming with Hispanics and increasingly liberal corporate business interests.
Frankly, I’m interested in hearing a game plan addressing these hottest domestic issues and concerned how we rowdies will react when our guy has to take the curves ahead.
Same ole question that has been circulating for years:
Should conservatives abandon the GOP or reform it?
After a decade of the same ole crap coming from the GOP leadership, I don’t see any hope for reform. Even the ‘tea party’ Republicans who went to Washington are folding and giving into the Old Guard.
Most of the time, it is impossible to determine any difference between Democrats and Republicans, except that Republicans tend to go at a bit slower pace. They are still pushing the same issue the rest of American has been opposing for years.
As Glen Beck says: They are different sides of the same coin.
Stay outta da Bushes!
SCREW Jeb Bush and his HALF A$$ ideas.
I agree with you.
I'd like to see a NEW PARTY.
It wouldn't necessarily be a THIRD party because we currently only have ONE party made up of the Dems and Repubs.
who is Lemuel? Never heard of that Bush before. The others yes but this Lemuel - nope.
Dear Governor Bush,
So you are all for “immigration reform” that includes legal status of illegal immigrants. As a resident of Florida and a natural born citizen of this country, I ask you sir:
What do I get? What’s in it for me? How can all this benefit me?
It's all theater. Cruz has taken his black/white hat job seriously. Be interesting to watch how far Heidi goes in Goldman Sachs.
I agree Jeb:
Run the Reds and the RINO’s out of town!!!!
That’s the joke. It implies that there is a Bush brother so defective that he has been kept out of the limelight, hidden from the public.
May I present “the only Republican that can win in 2016?”
I don’t know how high or low her position is at GS, but she would be wise to move into a receptionist’s job soon. LOL!
Seriously, it is probable that she is also very smart, intelligent and an achiever, as is Cruz, but a sniff of attachment to corporate cronyism with the likes of GS is hardly a plus, is it?
Cruz says next to nothing about this, because it has to be awkward for him, or will be.
Lemuel Bush looks a lot like George W. Bush. Has anybody ever seen Lemuel Bush and George W. Bush in the same room at the same time?
And people laughed at my conspiracy theory that the Bush family are Dem moles sent to destroy the Republican Party from within. Guess I can remove my tin foil hat now. ;-)
I’m not laughing at it anymore.
‘We want everyone to finish rich.”
That will be 2 million...Paypal or certified check?
The Bush family is the worst family in American history. Biggest liberals ever.
Yep you are totally right.
Rand Pauls immigration speech
03.19.13 | Hon Sen Rand Paul (KY)
Posted on 03/19/2013 7:04:07 AM PDT by Perdogg
...The Republican Party must embrace more legal immigration.
Unfortunately, like many of the major debates in Washington, immigration has become a stalemate-where both sides are imprisoned by their own rhetoric or attachment to sacred cows that prevent the possibility of a balanced solution.
Immigration Reform will not occur until Conservative Republicans, like myself, become part of the solution. I am here today to begin that conversation.
Lets start that conversation by acknowledging we arent going to deport 12 million illegal immigrants.
If you wish to work, if you wish to live and work in America, then we will find a place for you...
This is where prudence, compassion and thrift all point us toward the same goal: bringing these workers out of the shadows and into being taxpaying members of society.
Imagine 12 million people who are already here coming out of the shadows to become new taxpayers.12 million more people assimilating into society. 12 million more people being productive contributors.
[but hes not in favor of amnesty, snicker, definition of is is]