Here's one easy way the Republican primaries could go.
Let's say you've got your saggy Scott Brown, your Rand Paul, maybe your Ted Cruz on the outside… and then up front, your Marco Rubio and your Jeb Bush. I just can't take Mike Huckabee seriously, even though he's polling first right now. (In this hypothetical universe, it's, predictably, all men: Everyone decides Nikki Haley is too young, Mary Fallin never gets any steam, and Sarah Palin sticks her head out and everyone's checkbooks retreat in terror and she goes away again.)
How LOL is this?
Jeb is the money leader early out, just because a Bush raises [...]
GREAT NEWS AMERICA. We might get a Jeb Bush candidacy yet! The news is a-flurry with Jeb Bush news, though actual flurries have canceled his flight to D.C. today so he will not be Making News at the Cato Kaelin Institute tonight, with his pronouncements about the future of our race wars.
Question: "Is Jeb Bush the Republicans' Hillary Clinton?
Question: What does this mean? "I’m not saying yes, I’m just not saying no. I’ve accomplished some things in my life that allow me now to — to have that kind of discretion, to be able to think about it."
Answer: He made lots [...]
Why Jeb Bush must run for President! It's full of LOLs from the right.
â€¢ It is a pretty wonderful mess that Man Without Portfolio Jeb Bush appeared in support of Kentucky Senate candidate Rand Paul last night-because it was the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Americans With Disabilities Act. Which Jeb's father, as president, signed. Which Rand Paul has spoken against, on the grounds that it is "federal intervention" in Americans' lives-and has also distorted its requirements, so as to inflame "anti-government" Tea Party sentiment. â€¢ A letter to the editor of the Boston Globe: "Do we really want to go down the road of the dynastic politics of India, Pakistan, and other Second and Third World nations? [...]
So let's say this is how it goes down. Jeb Bush has the south locked up, right? Florida already is one of the big four states, with an expected 28 electoral votes after the census. Texas might have as many as 38, but obviously that's a done deal for a Bush. John McCain's not running, even if he's still standing. Everyone hates Mitt Romney. Then there's… uh… Eric Cantor? Oh, excuse me, how did the bottom of the barrel hit me in the nose so soon? And Mike Huckabee has already been vigorously throwing Jeb Bush's name around on the air for ages now, so there's 1. him out [...]