December 15, 2014

No You Wouldn't.

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — As he drops new hints about his 2016 intentions, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is appearing in South Carolina just weeks before a self-imposed deadline to decide whether he will run for president.

Bush is scheduled to give Monday’s commencement address at the University of South Carolina. It marks the Republican leader’s second visit in three months to the state that will host the 2016 presidential primary season’s first contest in the South.

In a television interview aired on the eve of the South Carolina appearance, Bush expressed confidence that he “would be a good president,” adding that he was in the process of writing an e-book about his time as governor that would come out in the spring. He also said he would make public about 250,000 emails from his time in office, in an effort to promote transparency and to “let people make up their mind,” he told ABC’s Miami affiliate WPLG-TV.
I've already made up my mind. No, hell no.

Moses only had to deal with one burning bush. We've had two so far. No more.

Story here.


Fredd said...

I'm with you, Sig. We need more Reagans, not more Bushs. I seem to be the only one to remember that Reagan and Bush were duking it out in the 1980 primaries, when Bush was the 'wimp' and he called Reagan's supply side, free market economics 'voodoo.' Reagan saw them for what they were, too bad he caved and tapped this fool for Veep.

The apple didn't fall far from the tree when his little boy Dubya showed up, spent money like a drunken sailor, and was famous for his "compassion doesn't end at the Rio Grande" statement. (W: it most surely does end there when we are talking about MY tax dollars!).

We don't need no stinkin' centrist Bush in 2016. They've done enough to taint the conservative brand with their foolishness.

Doom said...

Ha! Three burning Bushs?!? Even God might be chuckling about that one. Moses for sure. You KNOW Moses went through a lot of... vetting... after just "one burning bush". Oh, yeah, God knew. Who ever said God didn't have a serious sense of humor.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Do you think we could see the Three Amigos in 2017 ... Boehner, McConnell, and Bush? Help us all!