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Conservative Leaders For Jeb Bush?
Conservative HQ ^ | 3/31/14 | George Rasley

Posted on 03/31/2014 7:48:40 AM PDT by xzins

Saturday’s Washington Post gave prominent placement to an article headlined “Influential Republicans working to draft Jeb Bush into 2016 presidential race” that detailed the establishment GOP’s desperate attempt to recruit the former Governor of Florida to run for president.

The article by Philip Rucker and Robert Costa claims that “Concerned that the George Washington Bridge traffic scandal has damaged New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s political standing and alarmed by the steady rise of Sen. Rand Paul (Ky.), prominent donors, conservative leaders and longtime operatives say they consider Bush the GOP’s brightest hope to win back the White House.”

Rucker and Costa then proceed to list exactly zero “conservative leaders” who are actively recruiting Bush to run for President.

They did, however, provide a long list of progressive Republican billionaires and establishment Republican supporters of Mitt Romney, and his disastrous failure in the 2012 presidential campaign, whose views of Jeb Bush were well stated by former Secretary of State and progressive Republican foreign policy guru Henry Kissinger: “He is someone who is experienced, moderate and thoughtful.”

The Washington Post writers then gave some examples of Bush’s recent political activity (remember he left office in 2006) that should give real pause to any conservative activist or Tea Party movement supporter who might be thinking that Bush wouldn’t be too bad.

Bush campaigned for Obama’s go-to Republican Senator, Lamar Alexander of Tennessee, against State Rep. Joe Carr, the consensus Senate candidate of the state's Tea Party and limited government constitutional conservatives.

Last spring, Bush hosted a dozen high-profile conservatives, including writers for the Wall Street Journal’s editorial page, at a dinner at Washington’s Willard InterContinental Hotel, where he defended Common Core.

During the fight to defund Obamacare Bush called Senator Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire to commend her for opposing the conservatives whose fight to cut spending and defund Obamacare led to the federal government shutdown.

In other words, openly opposing the views of the grassroots conservative activist base of the Republican Party is what Rucker and Costa call “small steps to assert his conservative bona fides.”

Some may be inclined to chalk-up The Washington Post article as another example of the media not knowing anything about conservatives and the conservative movement and thus making the erroneous assumption that all Republicans, including Jeb Bush, are “conservative.”

But we don’t see it that way.

What we see is a steady and well-orchestrated effort to redefine “conservatism” to the left, and thus marginalize as “radical” or “unelectable” any candidate or elected official who subscribes to limited government constitutional conservative principles.

This can only help establishment Republican candidates like Chris Christie and Jeb Bush assert their conservative bona fides.

The Washington Post article was also really quite revealing in defining the civil war in the Republican Party by who it did and didn’t quote.

On one side were the “quote-ees;” the establishment Republican players, billionaire Romney “bundlers,” former ambassadors appointed by Jeb Bush’s father and brother and the prospective ambassadors to be appointed by Jeb if he gains the presidency.

On the other side were the “not-quoted;” the TEA Party activists, conservative movement leaders, limited government advocates and opponents of the surveillance state – including a good chunk of Silicon Valley – who have already seen what two Bush presidencies look like and want no part of another.

As CHQ Chairman Richard A. Viguerie observed in his new book TAKEOVER, due out on April 8, “No matter who else gets in the Republican presidential primaries, Jeb Bush will remain the ‘great white hope’ of the Republican establishment. In addition to supporting all of their major policy goals from Common Core to amnesty for illegal aliens, a Bush candidacy also holds out the hope of millions of dollars in consulting business and lucrative lobbying contracts for a small but powerful coterie of Bush family supporters and acolytes.

No one else in America, save Hillary Clinton, starts the 2016 political season with a larger Rolodex of Washington insider supporters than does Jeb Bush. A Jeb Bush election as president would ensure that the Republican establishment stays in power for at least another decade, and it would also ensure that, no matter if Jeb or the Democrat wins, Big Government will prevail.”

Click the link to read “Influential Republicans working to draft Jeb Bush into 2016 presidential race” by Philip Rucker and Robert Costa from Saturday’s Washington Post.


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The weaknesses of Jeb Bush at a glance:

1. Bush -- like it or not, Americans in general and conservatives in particular don't like any hints of dynasties. This third Bush will clearly overshadow a second Clinton.

2. Terri Schiavo - Today is anniversary of Terri Schiavo's death. Her death is part of Jeb Bush's record. There couldn't be a more telling time (day) for Jeb Bush's aspirations for the presidency to be put in front of America.

3. Amnesty. Like his brother before him, and like all the Chamber of Commerce, Jeb Bush is pro-amnesty for illegals. Little more than a week ago, Jeb Bush was quoted as saying, "Jeb Bush: "People who come here legally and illegally are the risk takers....""

These are only the top 3 that tell me Jeb Bush is a non-starter.

His name now smacks of royalty, pro-lifers are rightly suspicious of him, and conservatives as a group do not support illegal amnesty.

1 posted on 03/31/2014 7:48:40 AM PDT by xzins
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To: All

The weaknesses of Jeb Bush at a glance:

1. Bush — like it or not, Americans in general and conservatives in particular don’t like any hints of dynasties. This third Bush will clearly overshadow a second Clinton.

2. Terri Schiavo - Today is anniversary of Terri Schiavo’s death. Her death is part of Jeb Bush’s record. There couldn’t be a more telling time (day) for Jeb Bush’s aspirations for the presidency to be put in front of America.

3. Amnesty. Like his brother before him, and like all the Chamber of Commerce, Jeb Bush is pro-amnesty for illegals. Little more than a week ago, Jeb Bush was quoted as saying, “Jeb Bush: “People who come here legally and illegally are the risk takers....””

These are only the top 3 that tell me Jeb Bush is a non-starter.

His name now smacks of royalty, pro-lifers are rightly suspicious of him, and conservatives as a group do not support illegal amnesty.


2 posted on 03/31/2014 7:49:05 AM PDT by xzins ( Retired Army Chaplain and Proud of It! Those who truly support our troops pray for victory!)
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To: xzins

Jeb’s also the preferred Pubbie nominee of MSNBC...enough said.


3 posted on 03/31/2014 7:51:29 AM PDT by Night Hides Not (For every Ted Cruz we send to DC, I can endure 2-3 "unviable" candidates that beat incumbents.)
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To: xzins

Conservative leaders for Jeb Bush? The smallest club in the world.


4 posted on 03/31/2014 7:51:35 AM PDT by Maceman
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To: xzins


5 posted on 03/31/2014 7:53:28 AM PDT by JoeProBono (SOME IMAGES MAY BE DISTURBING VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED;-{)
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To: xzins

Glad they stated the No Conservative leaders recruited Jeb to run because NONE are!


6 posted on 03/31/2014 7:53:40 AM PDT by jch10 (Election Day, 2014. May be the most important day since Bunker Hill.)
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To: xzins

Great analysis and spot on.

Bush is a joke. However, I think he is the GOP front runner as he will have the backing and we have just as many low info voters as the Dims. We also have no conservative leaders atm. Oh we have some prominent conservatives, just no leaders.

And if they are successful in nominating Jebby, I wonder if we’ll even carry Utah. You can also bet on losing the House and the Dims getting 60+ in the Senate especially if Hildabeast runs.

2014 is pretty meaningless. It’s 2016 that is huge. And what is the GOPs answer to that? A war on Conservatives.

Again, spot on analysis by the OP here.


7 posted on 03/31/2014 7:53:59 AM PDT by RIghtwardHo
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To: xzins

8 posted on 03/31/2014 7:54:04 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet (I will raise $2M for Sarah Palin's next run, what will you do?)
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To: RIghtwardHo

Conservatives need rally around 1 or 2 candidates tops before the primaries or we’ll be stuck with another retread.


9 posted on 03/31/2014 7:55:42 AM PDT by AU72
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To: Maceman

I’d say that Snuffleupagus will appear before a true conservative leader endorses Jeb. Bob


10 posted on 03/31/2014 7:55:46 AM PDT by alstewartfan (Two broken Tigers on fire in the night Flicker their souls to the wind. From RTMoscow by Al Stewart)
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To: xzins

Jeb also pats himself on the back and claims he did great things in Florida’s public education system. While Florida’s graduation rates are climbing (barely) it remains in the bottom 10% when compared to other states.


11 posted on 03/31/2014 7:57:17 AM PDT by Thermalseeker (If ignorance is bliss how come there aren't more happy people?)
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To: xzins
During the fight to defund Obamacare Bush called Senator Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire to commend her for opposing the conservatives whose fight to cut spending and defund Obamacare led to the federal government shutdown.

Of course, the refusal of Baraq Obama and Harry Reid to consider a duly passed budget by the Constitutionally-mandated House of Congress responsible for providing one was what REALLY led to the shutdown. Again, The Lie, repeated.

12 posted on 03/31/2014 7:58:00 AM PDT by Colonel_Flagg (Some people meet their heroes. I raised mine. Go Army.)
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To: Maceman

Jeb Bush will never be the Republican Presidential nominee.

Never. Ever. Will not happen.


13 posted on 03/31/2014 7:58:49 AM PDT by Oak Grove (H)
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To: Maceman

It’s just Jeb Bush’s name printed on a white business card.


14 posted on 03/31/2014 7:59:42 AM PDT by 1010RD (First, Do No Harm)
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To: xzins
Amnesty. Like his brother before him, and like all the Chamber of Commerce, Jeb Bush is pro-amnesty for illegals. Little more than a week ago, Jeb Bush was quoted as saying, "Jeb Bush: "People who come here legally and illegally are the risk takers....""

Amnesty, specifically the GOP's and W's support of it, is what lost the GOP control of congress in 2006. That IMHO was really the nail in the coffin of the Bush administration.

These establishment Republicans never learn from history.

Our problem (myself included)is we think of Reagan as the rule rather than the exception. The Reagan presidency was fought tooth and nail by the establishment, many of whom are still in power today. Reagan had the same up hill battle that Ted Cruz will have getting the nomination, then getting his agenda through a GOP controlled congress.

15 posted on 03/31/2014 8:01:46 AM PDT by RedStateGuyTrappedinCT
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To: Oak Grove
Jeb Bush will never be the Republican Presidential nominee.

Well, I would never, ever vote for him. But as for him being the Republican nominee, I wouldn't be surprised at this point. Nauseated, definitely. But not surprised.

16 posted on 03/31/2014 8:04:43 AM PDT by Maceman
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To: AU72
Conservatives need rally around 1 or 2 candidates tops before the primaries or we’ll be stuck with another retread.

Bullseye. That should be its own thread on FR every day for the next 3 years.

17 posted on 03/31/2014 8:05:23 AM PDT by xzins ( Retired Army Chaplain and Proud of It! Those who truly support our troops pray for victory!)
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To: xzins
1. Bush — like it or not, Americans in general and conservatives in particular don't like any hints of dynasties. This third Bush will clearly overshadow a second Clinton.

I think they are showing their hand. Bush will help Hillary because she can hide behind the fact that “his dynasty is worse than mine” JUST like romneycare and obamacare. Rinos don't care who's in power as long as they're liberal; democrat or republican.

18 posted on 03/31/2014 8:10:52 AM PDT by Linda Frances (Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness.)
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To: xzins

Just another who wants to satisfy Wall Street and money holders when he should be seeking the support of Main Street. Maybe they think that not coming across as a flaming weirdo senator would be enough to win.


19 posted on 03/31/2014 8:10:55 AM PDT by ex-snook (God forgives and forgets.)
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To: xzins; SunkenCiv

America has conservative leaders?


20 posted on 03/31/2014 8:12:36 AM PDT by Berosus (I wish I had as much faith in God as liberals have in government.)
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To: xzins

Jeb = NO!


21 posted on 03/31/2014 8:13:09 AM PDT by boycott
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To: xzins
...and thus marginalize as “radical” or “unelectable” any candidate or elected official who subscribes to limited government constitutional conservative principles is to the right of Mao Zedong.

I forget who which FReeper wrote it but basically he said the mission of the Bush-Clinton Crime Family is to prevent the rise of another Reagan. He's right but I would add any other non-Establishment butt kisser candidate.

22 posted on 03/31/2014 8:13:45 AM PDT by Count of Monte Fisto (The foundation of modern society is the denial of reality.)
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To: xzins

I’d put amnesty #1 and common core #2.

Being part of the Bush machine—and a smug part of it at that—is up there too. Then there’s his insufferable poor-mouthing about how he’s had to go make money after receiving such a pittance in compensation during his governorship.


23 posted on 03/31/2014 8:13:55 AM PDT by 9YearLurker
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To: Linda Frances

Agreed completely. All that Bush/Clinton clubbiness is not without purpose.


24 posted on 03/31/2014 8:15:05 AM PDT by 9YearLurker
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To: xzins

Jeb supporters spew is that he’s got a LATINO WIFE. Other than that, NOTHING! Latinos probably wouldn’t vote for him either.


25 posted on 03/31/2014 8:15:39 AM PDT by boycott
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To: xzins
The weaknesses of Jeb Bush at a glance:

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4. Jeb Bush urges states to stay the course on Common Core despite 'myths' advanced by opponents

26 posted on 03/31/2014 8:20:07 AM PDT by Qiviut (It's hard to be a donk if you're sane & it's hard to be a pubbie if you have any integrity.)
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To: xzins; AU72

The problem is, however, wading through the dozen or so pseudo-conservatives who will be throwing their hats into the rink and claiming they are THE conservative. Several of the 2008/2012 retreads are already hinting at making another run.

Because of the need for state organizations and major backing, serious contenders need to already be organizing.

The news of Rand Paul already managing to have organizations in all 50 states should be an example for all candidates. Of course, Paul gets much of that benefit from his daddy's organization, since Daddy was a perpetual presidential contender.

A potential, serious candidate has to raise so much money any more. This next presidential election will likely cost over a $billion dollars. Both parties will likely spends $hundreds of millions to select and field their respective nominees. Presidential politics requires big-money.
27 posted on 03/31/2014 8:26:57 AM PDT by TomGuy
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To: TomGuy

Conservatives need their own conventions before the GOP ones to decide on conservative candidates


28 posted on 03/31/2014 8:28:28 AM PDT by GeronL (Vote for Conservatives not for Republicans!)
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To: GeronL

Conservatives need to get out to their state conventions and elect conservative RNC committeemen. You could probably count all the conservatives on the national committee on one hand.

When Terri Land stepped down from the RNC to run for the senate seat, Mitt Romney’s niece replaced her.


29 posted on 03/31/2014 8:35:05 AM PDT by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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To: GeronL

Absolutely agree—I don’t know why tea party groups haven’t organized pre-primary conventions by now!


30 posted on 03/31/2014 8:35:58 AM PDT by 9YearLurker
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To: xzins
"Bush -- like it or not, Americans in general and conservatives in particular don't like any hints of dynasties." Sadly, I am not sure that this is true. In the recent Texas Republican Primary, George P. Bush, son of Jeb Bush, received 75% of the vote for Land Commissioner. He has no qualifications for the office and is using this only as an opportunity to enter politics without starting at the bottom. His opponent, David Watts was extraordinarily qualified for the office and is a core conservative. Low information Republican voters in Texas pulled the lever because the candidate was a Bush. There was no other reason to vote for him.
31 posted on 03/31/2014 8:36:49 AM PDT by JeepersFreepers (The heart of the wise inclines to the right but the heart of the fool to the left. (Eccl 10:2 NIV))
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To: xzins

There are no Conservatives for Jeb Bush, leaders or otherwise. Self proclaimed conservatives ,a/k/a Democrats in drag.


32 posted on 03/31/2014 8:37:29 AM PDT by sport
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To: Qiviut

If Conservatives and Republicans want a repeat of 2008, just send in the moderate “I’ll please everyone” Jeb. He was a decent gov.
He’s not conservative enough to be my pres


33 posted on 03/31/2014 8:38:53 AM PDT by CPONav
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I cannot believe there is actually a possibility of a Bush vs a Clinton in 2016.

THAT will be a sign that elections are just kabuki theater more than anything else.


34 posted on 03/31/2014 8:39:29 AM PDT by Crimson Elephant
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To: GeronL

Great idea.

Cruz needs to start talking again.

Where are conservatives on the Internet giveaway (what better issue to get low info voters on both sides?)? Cancelling Tomahawk missiles? They need to be SCREAMING!!!!!


35 posted on 03/31/2014 8:41:55 AM PDT by my small voice (A biased media and an uneducated populace is the biggest threat to our nation.)
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To: my small voice

Bump


36 posted on 03/31/2014 8:42:24 AM PDT by GeronL (Vote for Conservatives not for Republicans!)
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To: xzins

NO AMNESTY
NO Common Core
That means NO BUSH, NO Christie.


37 posted on 03/31/2014 8:43:00 AM PDT by onyx (Please Support Free Republic - Donate Monthly! If you want on Sarah Palin's Ping List, Let Me know!)
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To: 9YearLurker
Absolutely agree—I don’t know why tea party groups haven’t organized pre-primary conventions by now!

Because conservatives are little different than liberals. Too lazy and ignorant to do anything that really matters. If we can't get a thousand people out to state conventions to start changing things at the most basic level, we aren't going to elect a president. Period.
38 posted on 03/31/2014 8:46:50 AM PDT by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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To: xzins

If they(conservatives) run Jeb Bush, i will never vote for another GOP candidate again! They better get this message because i am not the only one i know saying this.


39 posted on 03/31/2014 8:50:54 AM PDT by spincaster (Spincaster)
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To: boycott

” Latinos probably wouldn’t”

This one certainly won’t-he is still part of the GOP establishment-and the words “political” and “dynasty” do not belong in the same sentence, ever...


40 posted on 03/31/2014 8:51:11 AM PDT by Texan5 ("You've got to saddle up your boys, you've got to draw a hard line"...)
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To: CPONav

As I’ve said before, the GOPe doesn’t realize that after Romney, they’ve lost the ‘hold-your-nose-and-vote’ voters. You’d think they’d have learned, but obviously not.


41 posted on 03/31/2014 8:52:18 AM PDT by Qiviut (It's hard to be a donk if you're sane & it's hard to be a pubbie if you have any integrity.)
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To: xzins
Let's see: 'RINO leaders for JEB Bush?'

Fixed it.

42 posted on 03/31/2014 8:59:14 AM PDT by ExCTCitizen (I'm ExCTCitizen and I approve this reply. If it does offend Libs, I'm NOT sorry...)
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To: JeepersFreepers
His opponent, David Watts was extraordinarily qualified for the office and is a core conservative. Low information Republican voters in Texas pulled the lever because the candidate was a Bush. There was no other reason to vote for him.

I voted for Watts, but I never saw a sign or an ad campaigning for him as Land Commissioner! If you don't tell people who you are and what you stand for, you don't stand a chance; and of course you are going to lose!
43 posted on 03/31/2014 9:07:22 AM PDT by TexanByBirth (Free Republic: where they may agree with the message, but they love to shoot the messenger!)
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To: GeronL

Conservatives need their own conventions before the GOP ones to decide on conservative candidates


I’ve been saying this. If we don’t rally around one or two our vote will be diluted. The tea party needs to help with this. True tea party not the hollywood version. Wish we could have a fair and true conservative primary before the primary. Cpac was deluged with Paul voters.


44 posted on 03/31/2014 9:10:51 AM PDT by Linda Frances (Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness.)
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To: xzins

If Jeb is your nominee you might as well bend over and kiss your hiney goodbye.
Freegards
LEX


45 posted on 03/31/2014 9:21:56 AM PDT by lexington minuteman 1775
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To: JeepersFreepers
If JEB is such a brilliant "conservative," why has his son moved to Texas to run for office. Wouldn't one expect him to want to stay in Florida, where he might benefit from his father's "competent" state-craft?

Just joking. They both display a lack of consistent dedication to anything that most of us would want to be a party to.

William Flax

46 posted on 03/31/2014 9:22:15 AM PDT by Ohioan
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To: TexanByBirth

The problem is the dead end candidate. aka delusional candidate. These are candidates who will NEVER have any money, NEVER have any viability, and generally are just plain nuts.

There are ample true conservatives with real resources. We just have to stop wasting time with deadenders who are often funded by democrats.


47 posted on 03/31/2014 9:22:47 AM PDT by longtermmemmory (VOTE! http://www.senate.gov and http://www.house.gov)
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To: Texan5

” Latinos probably wouldn’t”

This one certainly won’t-he is still part of the GOP establishment-and the words “political” and “dynasty” do not belong in the same sentence, ever...


Good deal. The GOPe is as bad as democrats.

And my point was that his supporters parade his wife as some sort of token Latino. They’re assuming that Latinos would be attracted to him because his wife is Latino. I don’t care if his wife is Chinese, Black, Italian, Latino, etc. I care about where he stands on the issues.


48 posted on 03/31/2014 9:23:21 AM PDT by boycott
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To: xzins

No Jeb! I like the Bush family but enough is enough!

I am a Ted Cruz fan!


49 posted on 03/31/2014 9:27:05 AM PDT by Ditter
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To: xzins

It may be time to activate an “Anyone-But-Bush” THIRD PARTY. I guess we need:

Unpaid “National” leadership in Washington, DC
Offices set up in each of the 50 states.
Frequent interviews on TV to repeat: Is the GOP “establisnment” CRAZY?

The GOP “establisment” has blown two elections already.

The American Dream is NOT to make its “consultant” class rich...


50 posted on 03/31/2014 9:27:05 AM PDT by pfony1 (Add just 6 GOP Senators and we "bury" Harry)
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