The Smart Bush® made an appearance. Trailing him into the room at a discrete distance was ReiNCe Priebus, ostensible chair of the RNC.
I say "ostensible" because we all know that the RNC is actually run by Tom Donahue, president of the Chamber of Commerce. And Donahue, more than anything else, seeks cheap immigrant labor--the American economy, the American citizenry, and the Constitutional system be damned.
Which explains Jeb Bush's borderline-insane pleas for open borders, Amnesty, and the inevitable voting rights and citizenship for tens of millions of illegal aliens.
In contrast, Kurt Schlichter highlights the weakness of the Democrat's 2016 candidates, headlined by the ludicrously unqualified Hillary Clinton, who -- at best -- represents a third term for
It’s crystal clear that Hillary Clinton has a glass jaw and is poised to be knocked out in 2016. With Barack Obama and his legacy of failure weighing her down, Hillary must cobble together a coalition by recovering the normal Americans who used to help Democrats win while at the same time satisfying the freak show that is the Democrat base.
But she'll still be the face of the party of idiots who block you on the freeways, of morons who burn stores, of faceless Obamacare bureaucrats raising premiums, and of Goldman Sachs. Yeah, Wall Street crony capitalists pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for her keen insights.
Hillary is a loser and the Democrats know it. So the pygmy vultures are circling. James Webb is sizing up his chances (which are zero). For some reason, Martin O'Malley of Maryland thinks he's a viable candidate. Elizabeth Warren is pretending that she's not thinking of jumping in. There's your Democrat diversity: All kinds of rich white people, from faux populists to failed governors to fake Indians.
Schlichter also reminds us of Jeb's pathetic bonafides, which include a litany of policy positions that have Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren nodding their heads in agreement.
Who on earth who isn't a Bush wants Jeb to run for president, much less actually be president? I could maybe get used to a guy being president whose name is “Jeb,” but not one who embraces Common Core, loves amnesty, and gives awards to Hillary Clinton. Go ahead and read how Jeb slobbered over her while giving Hillary a freaking medal for her sterling performance as Secretary of State. What next – a lifetime achievement Oscar for that goofy kid in The Phantom Menace? It should make for some interesting debates. She’ll say she’s awesome, and he’ll argue that no, she’s merely great.
If you like the sound of “President Hillary Clinton,” support Jeb or any of the delusional people I just mentioned. GOP establishment types, you’ve been warned. Want to get a hundred-plus retweets/favorites on Twitter? Diss Jeb. I usually can’t stand people who mutter about not supporting a Republican nominee because he’s not exactly who they wanted, but before I’d vote for Jeb I’d lick the floor of a Detroit bus station restroom.
And don't even get me started on Jeb's support for Common Core, yet another cause for which Bush says he will go to war against the Republican Party's own base.
The RNC's support for these losers is pathetic, but not unexpected coming from the same rocket scientists who warned that voters would punish the GOP for a government shutdown that few remember and fewer still even felt.
Jeb Bush is a surefire loser, just like Mitt Romney and the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. We need a man like Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Scott Walker or Mike Pence -- and we need him now.
Schlichter insists Cruz could never win, but I disagree. I'm sick and tired of Democrats, Beltway insiders, and the other elites telling us who can and can't win. The same jackals destroyed Sarah Palin and they're not going to get away with it again, at least not while I have a breath remaining in my body.
I will make it my personal mission to expose, attack, and politically destroy anyone who tries to pull those disgusting tactics again.
We get to pick our candidates. Not the media. Not the Chamber. Not Reince. Not Haley Barbour. Not the Bush family.
We do, and it's high time the losers in the GOP Establishment learned that lesson once and for all.
Hat tip: BadBlue News.