Jeb off and running

Jeb stands for John Ellis Bush, Bush.

Does that make him twice as much Bush as the other two?
Maybe he should run on the Bush ticket instead of Republican?

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37 comments on “Jeb off and running

  1. peppermintfarm says:

    LOL! Don’t know what to say about this but we might as well have the “Bush ticket dynasty” and the “Clinton ticket dynasty.” No political parties need be involved.

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    • Bullright says:

      That’s a good idea, they don’t even need the parties. Either one is a dynasty. Not much to look forward to.

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      • peppermintfarm says:

        Yeah, what a dull race if the two of them become the nominees. No they don’t need money from their parties, they are quite well financed by their respective donors. Funny thing is it’s usually the same donors from Wall St.

        Can U imagine a debate between these two? They both hold some of the same beliefs on issues like amnesty and Common Core, middle class fighters, etc.

        I can see them patting each other on the backs saying, “hey good idea, why don’t we get together”. Then one can choose to be Prez and the other VP.

        All done! Don’t need another debate, why bother people? If they don’t like the ticket they can go pound sand.

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        • Bullright says:

          Pepp, I agree, It also just feeds the Wall St narrative of the Left. I don’t like it either. I like it even less when I hear the left demonize everyone and the money, even though the Clinton money can make Buffett blush. Not to forget Soros. LOL. But geeze I don’t want to play right into their stinkin’ talking points. Rand Paul and others don’t have that. Romney had it and hung it around our necks. Even though Obama and Clinton definitely fit Dems own narrative to the tee.

          Ha ha two for one, and both dynasties.

          Yea one or the other, what difference at that point does it make? LOL Debates will be duller than dull. I figured if they elected him, it would make 24 years that the Bushes had the office or the VP. And 28 for 2 terms. (28 out of 36 years)

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          • peppermintfarm says:

            I’m sick of Hillary condemning the 1% when the hypocrite is the 1%. I don’t get how people buy into this line of hers. She’ll be the champion of the middle class all right, more social justice engineering that Obamanation started.

            Well in the election, pick your great choice between her and Jeb. Please give me a hamburger for Jeb, a cheeseburger for Hillary, hold the onions in both cases .

            Some pick! We’ve got Clinton Marxism and Jeb Demorat light.

            Hold the burgers I’ll take hot dog.

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          • peppermintfarm says:

            It is a re-run of the O creature. But I think it will get worse under her. Bad vibes. Did U see where she booted the pool reporter off the van? I’m glad all the news prints are supporting this guy. She thinks she is so above anything she’ll boot reporters off now. This is bad when you think of her being prez. What news organizations will be allowed to question her? None like she does now.

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  2. peppermintfarm says:

    Bull, had another thing to add. It’s the general opinion on Twitter that if it comes down to Hillary-Jeb, the conservatives are all saying, “they’ll take their puke buckets and nose clips to the polls and pull the lever for Jeb. It’s ANYBODY BUT HILLARY.

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    • Bullright says:

      Well, that sounds like the mentality of some. It does look so much like it might come to Hillary and Jeb. We still have the primaries. But I’ve seen the campaign already at Rience so he doesn’t roll over to support Jeb. Then they also say we have to determine our candidate by the Dems, by who can beat Hillary. In all cases not much to look forward to.

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      • peppermintfarm says:

        No nothing to look forward to in this next round. But, we’ll see what happens. Jeb may end up slicing his own throat. He’s not doing that well for the moment. Hillary, well, the commie party has no other choice. She’s been crowned already. I’d like to crown her as a matter of fact.

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    • Bullright says:

      Pepp, actually I read commentary where he his pretty conservative. (illegals and com-core be danged) Constitutionally I see term limits and the same family and my eyes cross. I think some things should matter. You’d like to think that mattered to the people. Anyone but Hill will be the mantra.

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      • peppermintfarm says:

        Yeah I read that too. So why in the heck he is pushing amnesty and common corebore? It really makes him undesirable. But anybody other than Hillary.

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        • Bullright says:

          He seems too connected to the designs of it all to oppose it. And he’s stuck in the illegal mud. I hear you “anybody but”. I’d find a way to be creative. I also don’t think the base will give up holding his Bushes to the fire either. (adds a little confidence.)

          My hope is he keeps his elite arrogance in check, that’s all we need. Not like he’s the only candidate, ha ha. Originally he said something like he did not want to get mired and dragged down in to current politics. Hey, you are running for president. When I heard him insinuate he was above current politics, I was mad enough to spit. He’s changed that tune a little. How about no more attacks from him too?!

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          • peppermintfarm says:

            My hope Bull is that he falls on his face and we get someone else who is a “real” conservative so we don’t have to make an ugly choice.

            He is stuck in his illegal love and that makes me sick to my stomach.

            Like you said he keeps saying things that turn cons off.

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            • Bullright says:

              Like “due to unforeseen circumstances i am withdrawing”. However the only thing about Jeb is one way or another he will have an effect in 2016. He raised lots of money of money in that pac, so influence he will have. That really bugs me.

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            • peppermintfarm says:

              Bull, in case you’re interested O’Reilly will be interviewing Trump tonight. Should be interesting.

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            • Bullright says:

              Yes lets see Bill try to detail him down.

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            • peppermintfarm says:

              I’d love to see nothing better than Jeb dropping out of the race but it won’t happen. I have heard some pundits say he acts like he’s not really interested. Don’t get that one.

              It bugs me too how much influence he’ll have. We really don’t need another Bush.

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            • Bullright says:

              So if it is one thing we knew, he was running. There was never a chance he wasn’t. But he has acted that way. LOL

              Though its the one thing we can be sure of besides death and taxes, his run. Then it becomes a family affair. He has to address all these questions about him and his run. That could undermine the whole thing. Questions, questions, questions.

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  3. Bullright says:

    Jeb now has to run against the Donald. Ha ha. Bush dynasty meets Trump. And it is more that than the other way around.

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    • peppermintfarm says:

      I’m glad Trump jumped in. He’ll give the rest of them a run for the money because he tells things like they are. And he can get away with it. Saw his speech and I loved it as he pointed out that “politicians” are doing nothing for us. Plain truth!

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      • Bullright says:

        Pepp, yes he adds a bit of color and a lot of truisms. At least you know who his friends are. And doesn’t seem loaded with special interests. LOL. I didn’t see the speech. I bet he thought they finally have to cover the speech. And he didn’t string out the decision. When the media don’t like it I think I do even better. Truth is right. 🙂

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        • peppermintfarm says:

          Fox covered the whole speech. What I like about him getting into the race is the rest of these pols are going to have to answer to his allegations why they are not doing us any good. Why they are beholding to the special interests and lobbyists and not to us.

          At least if he can make it to the debates. I’m so sick of both parties who don’t “represent us”. We don’t have the big bucks to pay them to do so. It’s utterly disgusting.

          Trump pointed out he’s so rich he doesn’t need the spec.int, and lobbyists money. He said he’s worth over 9 billion. If that’s true, he doesn’t have to be beholding.

          So I’d love to see him shake up these other candidates and make them accountable. For that reason alone I see him as a good thing. I hope he can get that far however.

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          • Bullright says:

            Pepp.
            Hey Trump is not easy to dismiss lightly like so many want to do. Really. He’s got a mouth and doesn’t seem politically correct at anything.

            And of course he is smart enough to keep his plan details close to his vest. Dems are notorious for borrowing plans aka stealing ideas. (especially popular ones) or exposing your ideas. The other candidates, I can’t say I trust. Hillary will steal them blind and undermine them. And what are they going to dig up on the Donald? Too funny. I think he’s the only specially interest to Trump.

            You’re right it can be a real good thing to hear that voice. There are so many in now Dembos don’t know which to attack first. And it will take endless opp-research to cover them all. LOL I am still sort of watching Pataki and think he can handle the attacks okay. Nobody thinks so but he’s serious.

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            • peppermintfarm says:

              Being politically incorrect is one thing I love about Trump. Nobody is going to bully him. There are things he can be gone after for like his many marriages and some bankruptcies,. But he won’t be taken seriously enough by the dimwits to start beating on him.

              I like that thought about so many repub candidates that it’s a nightmare for the commie party to do research.

              I despise HillaryBeast. She’s too smug, too Marxist, too above the law in her mind.

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            • Bullright says:

              Maybe we need another slogan too, like whatever it takes to beat Hillary. If it takes dirt and mud and off color distortions, who cares? Not this nicy nice stuff. Beat the beast. She wants a vast right-wing conspiracy to bitch about, give her one.

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  4. peppermintfarm says:

    Check your email Bull. You’ll see the dirt and mud that’s being thrown at Hillary. Great pics

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  5. Bullright says:

    Well, that was interesting…… no fan of Jeb.

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