Skip to comments.Jeb Bush calls media ‘crack addicts’
Posted on 03/10/2013 10:24:17 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R), growing tired about speculation over a 2016 White House run and his relationship with one-time protégé Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), called the media a bunch of crack addicts.
Man, you guys are crack addicts. You really are obsessed with all these politics. Marco Rubio is a great guy, Bush told NBCs David Gregory, after the Meet the Press host asked him about who is Floridas hottest politician.
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As far as I’m concerned, my opinion of the media is that they are nothing but effing ghouls.
Also, as far as I’m concerned, I don’t want to hear anything about, from or in connection with another effing Bush. EVER.
The GOPe are crack addicts to RINOism....
They keep running RINO losers, Dole, McCain, Ford, etc etc...
Hey, even Volkswagon is calling it “the lame stream media” in one of their ads!
This statement, and other recent ones critical of the administration, is an effort to position himself to the right of where he really is. No to bush in 2016; under no circumstances. He’s worse than W, who at least has the good taste to refrain from attacking the GOP.
Whatever, Jeb. Still not going to support you or vote for you. No more RINOS.
Please! There are too many threads on Jebby.
Besides he will apologize forthwith.
Bush just insulted crack addicts everywhere...
The ministry of propaganda is nothing more than a bunch of crack whores, selling themselves to the lowest bidders.
And I call Jeb just another RINO Bush, Cause he is NO conservative, same as his papa and brother.
The media is addicted to sniffing RAT cracks.
Dear Jeb Bush,
Although your statement is correct, we would like you to go away.
PS - Take McCain, Graham, and Boehner with you.
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