Skip to comments.George P. Bush begins statewide bus tour in Pasadena
Posted on 02/07/2014 7:29:17 AM PST by jimbo123
Its not Air Force One, but it will do, George P. Bush said with a laugh as he boarded a custom bus for a state-wide tour in his bid to become the next George Bush to put his stamp on Texas politics.
Bush, who announced his candidacy for Texas Land Commissioner last March, began his bus tour Tuesday in Pasadena at the South East Harris County Republican Headquarters.
"This is probably the youngest and most exciting Republican candidate the party has seen probably in about 30 years, said Rice University professor and KHOU Political Analyst Bob Stein. "Not only a Hispanic surname candidate but somebody that can speak to the generation of all Texans coming up to be essentially the new electorate."
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Let’s see.....other than the surname of “Bush” and some High-Spanic blood, what are his qualifications? That’s it?
He will NOT be getting my vote.
That’s a promise.
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Stay out da MF’ing Bushies.
>> a Hispanic surname candidate <<
Riiiiiiiiiiiiight. His name sure sounds 'Hispanic' to me.
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The ladies think he’s gorgeous and he’s Jeb’s son.
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I like him so far. He’s the only Bush I can stand.
Just an idea: Let’s mix him with one of the Tea Party people, a mixed ticket.
His reception will be just as warm as the Broncos got in Denver after they had the snot beaten out of them in the Superbowl.
Why? Considering your stand re American jobs I would think you'd be dead set against an amnesty shill like Geo. p.
I’m not sure he’s an amnesty shill yet.
We have a long time to learn more about this particular Bush. I’m just saying, this one doesn’t yet rate to me, my automatic opposition.
I still however have plenty of time, to be dissuaded.
Just saying I initially like him. That’s all.
“This is probably the youngest and most exciting Republican candidate the party has seen probably in about 30 years, said Rice University professor and KHOU Political Analyst Bob Stein. “Not only a Hispanic surname candidate but somebody that can speak to the generation of all Texans coming up to be essentially the new electorate.”
What about Ted Cruz? He’s all those things, but best of all, he’s not a Bush.
George P is not qualified for this position. He’s only lived in Texas less than 2 years. He got in trouble with the law in Florida. This arrogant plebe thinks he’s entitled to public office because of his last name. George P go back to Florida and run for office there.
Since when is “Bush” a Hispanic surname?
As a FReeper and a “compassionate conservative”. I suggest we embrace diversity and follow the advice of a black Democrat:
STAY OUT DA BUSHES!
This. He's here because the people of FL already have his number.