Debate with Jeb

We were treated to some answers to questions by whom MSM, Clintonistas and establishment seem to think is our nominee.(we’re only going through the superficial motions) I highlighted two of them, both show his arrogance. Both have that air of inevitability hanging over them.

I guess it would have been appropriate to have some music accompanying his answers and bobble-head gestures.(click for for effects). It must be lost on Jeb that the gangster Godfather comparison does not actually help his dynasty sales pitch.

BAIER: Governor Bush, you have insisted that you’re your own man. You say you have a life experience uniquely your own. Not your father’s, not your brother’s.

But there are several opponents on this stage who get big- applause lines in early voting states with this line: quote, “the last thing the country needs is another Bush in the Oval Office.”

So do you understand the real concern in this country about dynastic politics?


BUSH: Absolutely, I do, and I’m gonna run hard, run with heart, and run to win.

I’m gonna have to earn this. Maybe the barrier — the bar’s even higher for me. That’s fine.

I’ve got a record in Florida. I’m proud of my dad, and I’m certainly proud of my brother. In Florida, they called me Jeb, because I earned it.

I cut taxes every year, totaling $19 billion. We were — we had — we balanced every budget. We went from $1 billion of reserves to $9 billion of reserves.

We were one of two states that went to AAA bond rating.

They keep — they called me Veto Corleone. Because I vetoed 2,500 separate line-items in the budget. (APPLAUSE)

(Too bad he can’t veto his dynastic ambitions with such gusto. He understands those concerns? Help me.)

I am my own man. I governed as a conservative, and I govern effectively. And the net effect was, during my eight years, 1.3 million jobs were created. We left the state better off because I applied conservative principles in a purple state the right way, and people rose up.


Mod: Governor Bush, you released a new plan this week on illegal immigration focusing on enforcement, which some suggest is your effort to show that you’re not soft on that issue. I want to ask you about a statement that you made last year about illegal immigrants. And here’s what you said. “They broke the law, but it’s not a felony, it’s an act of love. It’s an act of commitment to your family.” Do you stand by that statement and do you stand by your support for earned legal status?

BUSH: I do. I believe that the great majority of people coming here illegally have no other option. They want to provide for their family.

(So he stands by his “act of love” statement. They have “no other option” which makes them robots who just have no choice — victims of their circumstance, victims of love… I have to stop before I get sick)

But we need to control our border. It’s not — it’s our responsibility to pick and choose who comes in. So I — I’ve written a book about this and yet this week, I did come up with a comprehensive strategy that — that really mirrored what we said in the book, which is that we need to deal with E-Verify, we need to deal with people that come with a legal visa and overstay. We need to be much more strategic on how we deal with border enforcement, border security. We need to eliminate the sanctuary cities in this country. It is ridiculous and tragic… (APPLAUSE) … that people are dying because of the fact that — that local governments are not following the federal law.

There’s much to do. And I think rather than talking about this as a wedge issue, which Barack Obama has done now for six long years, the next president — and I hope to be that president — will fix this once and for all so that we can turn this into a driver for high sustained economic growth. And there should be a path to earned legal status… (BUZZER NOISE) BUSH: — for those that are here. Not — not amnesty, earned legal status, which means you pay a fine and do many things over an extended period of time.

Okay, Jeb — if that’s what they call you because you “earned it”? — or Veto Corleone —  maybe you should enlighten people on what you mean by “turn this  [illegal immigration] into a driver for high sustained growth.” There must be details we commoners are not aware of that are not visible to this point in our border crisis, amnesty disaster. You’d think all the benefits would have revealed themselves by now. If immigration was such a net gain, then we’d have double digit growth.

“I do” and “I do,”  he must have thought he was taking some wedding vow. We aren’t so impressed. Meanwhile, the Godfather explanation or justification is not working for me. If he thinks calling himself Jeb evades being a Bush, he must be in sad shape. There just is no answer for dynasty except “No!”

Source: debate transcript

13 comments on “Debate with Jeb

  1. Bullright says:

    Jeb, Veto Corleone, (Rockefeller) Bush gets booed at rally. Just another day in the neighborhood for Jebleone.

    See Fire Andrea Mitchell blog

    I bet he had an offer they couldn’t refuse too.

    If they liked his speech that much, just wait till Jeb floods the TV market with his nasty attack ads — from kinder, gentler, unifier. They’ll absolutely love the Dynasty Dom, then.

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  2. Hardnox says:

    If that Richard Head get’s the nomination in the end I might not bother to vote at all for the first time in my life. What would be the point?

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  3. Davetherave says:

    This is a good article Bull. Notice how everyone that writes a book takes any and every advantage to plug it?? Even in something as unimportant as a debate to be the GOP nominee. Good Lord. I think we just found the worst Bush in the garden!!

    This guys a joke right? He’s conservative, but for common core. He’s conservative, but don’t pick on those poor pitiful illegal immigrants. Am I missing something here? This guys as conservative as Woodrow Wilson.

    Take him FOX. You can have him!

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    • Bullright says:

      Word salad must be the 1st course for running for prez. That irritates me. They’re no experts on anything either. Liberal coffee tables must be caving under all the weight. Waste of paper.

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  4. peppermintfarm says:

    That pic of Jeb is hilarious. Like you and I talked about he will towards the end use all the money he’s got from PACS to destroy any other candidate who would be bypassing him.

    Yes so he still supports illegals breaking in here as an act of love. To me that’s spells it out completely. He’s not going to enforce the border first. He’ll be just like is brother, leaving the door open.

    With unemployment at an all time high I see no improvement with these illegals in here who have taken American’s jobs.

    NO to JEB!

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