Jeb Bush takes swipe at Hillary Clinton

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  1. thatsweird says:

    Hey Bigma, did you read what you actually wrote??? I don’t have a “team”, you obviously do. Let’s quote you, “It is amazing how some of you choose to use your episodic memory instead of facts.” and let’s quote your last statement, “In my opinion.” Are you serious???
    If you want to be a slave to politics, than by all means that is your right. I find it rather disturbing that you can’t believe that someone doesn’t trust any politician. I feel sad for you and others that trust these clowns(any of them).
    You conveniently forgot to mention that Clinton completely screwed the housing market which is what triggered the downward spiral, not shocking that you wouldn’t mention that, doesn’t make your “team” look good. Then the Bush wars finished pushing us to the financial disaster.
    Lastly, do some research in regards to WMD and no not use fox,cnn, or huffpost.

  2. Sean says:

    Funny how a joke about 90’s nostalgia seems to point towards himself as well. How long ago was it you were Governor again Mr. Bush? And if it wasn’t for your family name I kinda doubt you’d getting this much attention… and I think you’ll regret the attention if by some unholy miracle you make it through the primary.

    Personally I don’t want to see any more Bush or Clinton candidates, surely there are more capable candidates available from the 300+ million citizens.

  3. bigma says:

    Oh good. Just what we need – another bush. If this is the best we can come up with to run for president of the Unites States of America, we are s###wed! Had enough of this family. It is amazing how some of you choose to use your episodic memory instead of facts. How soon you forget because it involved the Captain(s) of your team (republican). We were on the brink of economic disaster when Obama took over – if you thought you get have recovery without additional debt then give me what your drinking Pollyanna!! If you thought it would all be fine in 5-10 years – dream on!

    There seems to be a lot of bias hiding behind statements that proclaim “disliking” all politicians, not for any particular party etc. Sometimes a statement like that speaks louder than just owning up to something – perhaps hiding a bias or something?

    Oh, where did you ever read about finding WMD’s??? Even Chaney can’t say that!

    In my opinion.

  4. Kevin says:

    45th CIC. Not that I would vote for him.

  5. GoatMan Joe says:

    No more Bushes.

    The slow slide to the left must end.

  6. John says:

    Amazing to me how selective liberals are with their memory. Seems anybody making hay about the Bush “WMD lies” would also remember the lies about healthcare, Benghazi, the IRS, the NSA, the DoJ, the mischaractures about the police, etc. and would be too ashamed to use the word “lies” about anybody. The most disasterous Presidency is now. I guess as long as you are comfortable in your ideology, nothing else matters.

    Personally, I dislike all politicians. They too soon forget who works for whom. However, judging by the increased division of the races, less income for the middle class, international embarrassment on the state department and DoD level, lack of respect and fear from our enemies, and astronomical 18 trillion dollar debt (btw, 18 trillion is the same as 18 million one million dollar bills…if there were such a thing) I would just as we’ll have a Bush or a smart third grader as the POTUS…couldn’t do any worse.

  7. Karen says:

    I can’t see thinking people giving another Bush a chance to weaken our country on national security, lie about taxes, and open borders. Bush will divide the republican party like his dad did in 1992. Can’t see him getting more than 38%.

  8. thatsweird says:

    Sorry, but do you think our current administration is any better? This country is so divided now and our prez doesn’t think so at all. Maybe less rounds of golf. Maybe the Huff Post and cnn didn’t want you to know. WMD were found in Syria and yes they were hid there by Saddam with help. All politicians have their own agenda. Not just one side or the other.

  9. lk says:

    Wasn’t two Bush presidents enough?

  10. dectra says:

    “He said, ‘If someone wants to run a campaign about 90s nostalgia, it’s not going to be very successful,’”

    So…does that mean you don’t want to talk about your fathers Presidency or your brother’s (disaster) of a Presidency?

    And yet, this ‘bush’ is surrounding himself with the same folks that brought us fake WMD’s and the Iraq War….