Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Jeb in '08?

Perhaps the wheels are in motion for a third Bush President? W himself is even talking it up now.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - President Bush suggested Wednesday that he'd like to see his family's White House legacy continue, perhaps with his younger brother Jeb as the chief executive. The president said Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is well-suited for another office and would make "a great president."

"I would like to see Jeb run at some point in time, but I have no idea if that's his intention or not," Bush said in an interview with Florida reporters, according to an account on the St. Petersburg Times Web site.

The president said he had "pushed him fairly hard about what he intends to do," but Jeb has not said.

With the president's approval rating hovering around -26, Jeb may not want to be seen to close to his big brother. Here's a bit of advise Jeb: Lose any family ties you may have to the UAE.

-MZ

9 comments:

  1. No thanks Jeb, you've already proven you could care less about human life unless like your elder brother, it has a potential vote. Live long and prosper by staying out of national politics.

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  2. Jeb is just another corrupt neocon named Bush. He will never get elected because the country is fed up with rightwing radicals named Bush and ready for a liberal president.

    He has NO chance of winning. In fact, the religious right will be shut out of politics in '08, as McCain gets the Republican nod while Hilary takes it for the Democrats...and wins.

    Bye-bye Christian coalition.

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  3. Beat you to the punch you ignorant whore. Bye-bye to traitors in 08'
    The judgeships are drying up and they're being filled by conservatives who love to throw lawsuits back in the faces of scum like yourself.

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  4. kahaneloyalist5/10/2006 11:10 PM

    The Liberals have taken continous beatings at the polls because they kept runnning Liberals and the Republicans kept running Moderates with a few tokem Conservatives. But the Liberals may have a chance, not because the people desire a Liberal government but because the Republican party hasn't governed as Conservatives. Which will cause apathy among the Conservative base. But if they would run a genuine conservative, like Congressman Tancredo, they would keep the Presidency and Congress easily, as the people have regularly voted in Conservative candidates when they had the oppurtunity, though even many of the supposed conservatives had turned out to be Leftists(President Bush) but only time will tell who they run.

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  5. As usual, KH, you hit the nail smack on the head.

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  6. you all are down here and dana's brother is at the first article!

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  7. Another Infidel5/11/2006 8:09 AM

    As you said KH, Tancedo for P and (here is my addition) Arnie for VP ...

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  8. Jeb Bush in "08",....shiiiiiit!
    One Bush is enough,....or too much already.

    Tancredo in "08"!

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  9. For Bush to think he is helping the Republicans by promoting his brother is stupid. Reminds me of 'Those who the gods destroy, they first drive mad.'

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