Skip to comments.Mitt Romney-Jeb Bush for GOP Ticket in 2008?
Posted on 11/15/2006 9:25:46 PM PST by MinorityRepublican
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Please, no more Bushes.
Now this is a ticket I could back.
I've had quite enough.
Read the polls, the public has had enough of Bushes.
I agree. For the love of God. No more Bushes!!!!!! PLEASE!
I heard Donna Brazile say she feared Romney the most, and Jeb would lock up Florida. But what about that Bush name for the rest of the country.
As a current sufferer of Bush-fatigue, I say, "No mas, por favor!"
Mitt's photogenic and gives a reasonable speech, but he's a little too liberal for me.
Boehner - Watts/Rice for me. JC is rested and ready.
There are more families in America than just the Bushes. I'm never voting for another one of them no matter what the office or the ticket.
Jeb is VERY popular in FL and has a very good record. He's a much better speaker than W and has better presence. In fact, if his brother weren't Pres, he'd be a great candidate. Against Hillary, he probably still is...
Never gonna happen. Bush fatigue will not relent until there is a fresh bloodline in the WH.
We must never forget that our electorate is indeed more than stupid enough to equate George W. Bush with his brother Jeb.
Hey, if people can supposedly be fooled by obviously fake phone calls directing them to a different polling place, I don't expect them to understand that candidates that share a last name are in fact different.
>>>Please, no more Bushes.
Agree, bump, no matter how good Jeb may be.
This brings in the family cabal, amnesty, going for democracy around the world, and the fears of out-of-control spending after campaign promises of small government.
I like this pair up. I've always thought Rudy/Bush would be a good ticket. I know, I know, Rudy is liberal, etc. etc. etc., and I agree completely, but, with a conservative as his VP, it could work. But, I know nothing. I'm blonde. And female.
I don't think Jeb going run for 2008 maybe in the future he claim that
I vote for Mitt Romeny
Dude, they have been on every ticket since before I was born? WTF?
Republicans don't need to strengthen their support in the south, and we really don't want another Bush on a national ticket for at least 8 years if not longer. Republicans need a ticket that can win in the north and northeast and hold onto western states like Colorado and Arizona. In summary, no southerners and no Bushs.
I Guess they could leave the Bush name off and just say Mitt Romney and Jeb.
Agreed, no more Bushes. There are plenty of other families, among the milions of American families, who have raised men fine enough to be president or vice president. Let's give them a chance.
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