Yes - in the primary to be the Republican candidate
Yes - for president in the general election.
Not likely in the Republican Primary
Not likely for President
No - not the Bush dynasty
I would vote for Jeb Bush over a democrat in the general election
He's a RINO - so disfavor him
He's a RINO - so he is one of the better Republicans
Another Bush for president? You GOT to be joking!
Lots of responses, but not one single response that actually addresses his qualifications. Forget about the whole "dynasty" thing and judging him based on his brother and look at him and his qualifications alone and then make a decision. Challenge yourselves to think and reason and express an opinion based on what truly matters instead of emotional responses.
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When Satan is skating to work.
'What kind of sick and twisted toy factory is this?'
'We are all the sum of our tears. Too little and the ground is not fertile, and nothing can grow there. Too much, the best of us is washed away.'
"Better to be dead and cool, than alive and uncool."
Although i support his recent comments about immigration i would still probably not vote for him.
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And in the latter half of the Bush 43 administration, I thought to myself that Jeb had to be banging his head against the wall, cursing Dubya for ruining his (Jeb's) chances for ever becoming president. That, and even in the first Bush 43 administration I remember there was a local conservative radio pundit (Dori Monson) who enjoyed getting haikus, so I gave him one:
War of dynasties
Senator Hillary 'gainst
Governor Jeb Bush
The thought that this might actually be the case (less the titles) in 2016 is, well, I don't know if it's gratifying or simply ironic. But if Hillary runs, it's going to be a landslide...and the GOP knows it (which is why "Benghazi! Benghazi! Benghazi!")
“To do evil, a human being must first of all believe that what he’s doing is good" - Solzhenitsyn
"...with the terrorists, you have to take out their families." - Donald Trump
I would not vote for him, but Jeb Bush would be far preferable to an ideologue hack like Ted Cruz from the GOP. I think Jeb is quite intelligent, not only compared to his brother (you can ask Papi and Barb--they'll say the same) but also just in general. I like that quality in a POTUS, though it certainly isn't the most important (especially in GOP primary season).
I like his willingness to address reality instead of the make believe, xenophobic fairy tale yarn the tea party keeps weaving. Even though I disagree with him fundamentally, I like that he is not some southern fried country bumpkin but instead is of the intelligentsia and a man who has actually led government--not simply tried to tear it down. He's not a puppet like Boehner or dancing on Sheldon Adelsons strings, but is a man who, because of his name and history, can stand on his own and is strong enough to not only call out Obama 47 times, but also call out the crazies on his side of the aisle too. At least, I hope this will be the case.
I do not much care for the policies of George H.W. Bush. But I can at least appreciate that he was a man who saw the United States as a Great Nation that can accomplish anything it sets its mind too. I would hope his son could, if nothing else, restore that trait to the Republican Party. It's time for the GOP to again "Believe in America."
down for you is up
Yes, I would. He's been in the go-to category for me, along with the likes of Christie, or someone like Rubio (because he is far too young this round).
"We all of us know down here that politics is a tough game. And I don't think there's any point in being Irish if you don't know that the world is going to break your heart eventually."-Daniel Patrick Moynihan, December 5, 1963
No, I would NOT vote for him. We've had enough experience with that family in the White House. He's not a Conservative either.