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    Re: Jeb's Email Problem

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    and? .
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    I thought you might want to know the law that applies.
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    Re: Jeb's Email Problem

    Jeb Bush owns his own email server | MSNBC

    Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush owns the server that runs jeb@jeb.org, the personal email account he used as governor to conduct official, political and personal business.

    Asked who controls the server that operates that email address, Bush spokeswoman Kristy Campbell responded: “He owns it.”
    Hillary Clinton's Supporters Hold Steady - Bloomberg Politics

    Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush used his personal e-mail account for all eight years that he served as governor. Bush recently released roughly 250,000 of those e-mails, waiting until last year to fully comply with state law that requires governors to turn over their records upon leaving office, but he released only those he deemed public. That fact went largely unmentioned by the media earlier this year, when Bush framed his presidential run in the rhetoric of transparency.
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    Re: Jeb's Email Problem

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    My bad

    I thought you might want to know the law that applies.


    You failed to do that.
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    Re: Jeb's Email Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    Yup, that is a significant issue, and one of many reasons why Jeb is not the best candidate for Republicans this go-round. He's the candidate most likely to turn the Clinton name from a liability into an asset.
    Good luck convincing the party leaders about Jeb. They have already annointed him as their best chance and Jeb is warming up his neocon foreign policy team already.

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    JEB BUSH, NEOCONSERVATIVE
    In a speech today outlining his foreign policy, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush offers a familiar refrain: “I love my father and my brother… But I am my own man – and my views are shaped by my own thinking and own experiences.” At a reporter scrum after speech in Florida last week, Jeb was adamant: “I won’t talk about the past. I’ll talk about the future,” adding that “it’s not about re-litigating anything.” Curious then that the foreign policy team that Jeb announced today is not just very much George W. Bush’s, but includes two of the most controversial figures from invasion of Iraq, former Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz and former National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley. Short of including Dick Cheney, this is the strongest possible indication that Bush is embracing his brother’s foreign policy. What’s up with that?
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    Re: Jeb's Email Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by iguanaman View Post
    Good luck convincing the party leaders about Jeb. They have already annointed him as their best chance and Jeb is warming up his neocon foreign policy team already.
    Jeb has a hard ceiling that Rubio and Walker don't, and both of them are acceptable to the party leadership and the "Moderate" wing. I don't think it's gonna be Clinton/Bush again. The Candidate From Goldman Sachs is going to have to make her case against a fresher face.

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    Jeb's Email Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by iguanaman View Post
    Good luck convincing the party leaders about Jeb. They have already annointed him as their best chance and Jeb is warming up his neocon foreign policy team already.

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    Jeb Bush, neoconservative | Fox News
    It's more complicated than that, however. Both Haas and Zoellick are the ones putting together the team which is a mixture of realists, Hawks, and neoconservatives. You've got your previous administration folks, to be sure, but you also got James Baker and the likelihood of Sullivan taking on a huge role. If you've got Zoellick's hands on it, it's going to be more realist recommended than one would expect. This was a guy who became a cover story for foreign policy magazines spelling the supposed end of neoconservative influence in the Republican Party because he was first tapped as a huge advisor to the campaign and then finally to be the head of Romney's foreign policy transition team. And the interesting thing about Rice (who is also on the team) was she was far more of a moderated presence in the administration and the tone substantively changed once she took on more of a role in W's second term.

    Bush's foreign policy (should he get the nomination and should he secure the general), much like Obama, is going to be quite unique, but will be influenced by a smattering of thinkers. Bush is trying to mesh together the Hawks, the realists, and the neoconservatives with an America that is going to face different issues into 2020.
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    Re: Jeb's Email Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    The Candidate From Goldman Sachs is going to have to make her case against a fresher face.
    One hopes you mean an older, but less expected face. I can't stand this crap about a younger face. I thought Republicans could get away from being Democrats in this regard :P
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    Re: Jeb's Email Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    This is just another example of the Bush's penchant for secrecy and belief that the law doesn't apply to them. It proves that his talk about transparency is just a lie.

    This will obviously torpedo his run for President

    /sarcasm
    I agree. What the heck? :P
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    Re: Jeb's Email Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddytree View Post
    One hopes you mean an older, but less expected face. I can't stand this crap about a younger face. I thought Republicans could get away from being Democrats in this regard :P
    Elect-ability is a pretty important trait in a Presidential candidate. Walker and Rubio both bring more experience to the table at actually governing than Hillary, and don't have a baggage trail of public scandals stretching back to the 90s besides.

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    Re: Jeb's Email Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    Elect-ability is a pretty important trait in a Presidential candidate. Walker and Rubio both bring more experience to the table at actually governing than Hillary, and don't have a baggage trail of public scandals stretching back to the 90s besides.
    Hey, did you know that Walker has an email problem, too?

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