Jeb Bush Could Have Very Well Sealed His Political Fate With This Answer to Interviewer’s Question
I’m beginning to think this campaign is Jeb Bush’s passive-aggressive way of saying he really doesn’t want to run for president.
When asked about the best part of the Obama administration in a radio interview on the Michael Medved Show, undeclared presidential hopeful Jeb Bush immediately pointed to his support for a program championed by Barack Obama.
The former Florida governor said the NSA’s bulk collection of Americans’ phone data was “an important service” carried out in a way that protects individual civil liberties.
He lauded the Obama administration for refusing to buckle under pressure from Democrats, civil liberties groups and some Republicans.
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Some took to the twitter social media platform to express their feelings about Bush’s declaration:
— Dave Mayton (@MaytonDave) April 8, 2015
— Mike Lovelace (@Schtuperman) April 22, 2015
If there is one thing Jeb is proving, it’s what many of us have known for years: there isn’t an iota of difference between a republican in name only and a democrat. This was a horrendous statement.
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