Scott Walker takes shot at Jeb Bush

An early jab

Walker stayed positive throughout his speech, but took a thinly-veiled shot at former Governor Jeb Bush (R., Fla.) after talking about “flipping hamburgers” and growing up the son of a pastor and a part-time secretary. “From our family, we didn’t inherit fame or fortune, what we inherited was the belief that if you work hard and you play by the rules you can do and be anything you want,” he said. Such statements helped Walker leap into contention at the Iowa Freedom Summit in January, only to stumble while discussing foreign policy questions. In South Carolina, he offered a subtle corrective, noting that he is headed to Israel later today and assuring the audience — which was full of military service-members and their families — that he cares about national security as much as anyone.

National security is going to be important no doubt. The economy, and jobs will be the biggest issue, but national security might be second. Of course it is a given that after eight years of Obamunism, pretty much everything, from gun rights, to revamping the military, to re-establishing our role as world leader, to spending, and yes, ObamaCare and imigration is on the table.

RINO Assclown Panders To Mexicans In New Cinco De Mayo Video


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*LIVE STREAMING* New Hampshire Republican Party Leadership Summit – Day 1 – 04/17/15


Former Governor Rick Perry, Senator Marco Rubio, former Governor Jeb Bush, and Governor Chris Christie take part in the New Hampshire Republican Party’s “First in the Nation” leadership summit in Nashua, NH. Streaming begins at 11:00am eastern time.

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Day 2 Speakers: Senator Ted Cruz, Senator Rand Paul, Governor Scott Walker, Senator Kelly Ayotte, and Governor Bobby Jindal.

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Is Jeb Bush a bad person? No, he just lacks a basic understanding of American sovereignty

And that lack of understanding is a deal killer for many Conservatives

Bush, who has a book on comprehensive immigration reform due out next month, said it was “un-American” to have illegal immigrants living in fear of exposure. 

“To me — and I’m here at this great Catholic institution and this is what my church teaches me — it is completely un-American to require people living in the shadows,” he declared. 

Here is an ultimate truth that Jeb does not grasp. A sovereign nation reserves every right to control its immigration. A nation that cannot, or in America’s case WILL NOT enforce this basic right will soon cease to be a nation. One of our  founding principles is E Pluribus Unum. Out of many, one. Immigration is wonderful, but it requires assimilation. People who want to come here to become Americans, to assimilate are blessings. And step one of assimilation is respect for our laws and culture. How can we have that with people who break our immigration laws? Immigration without assimilation is only going to harm this nation. And it matters not what nation they immigrate from either. Look at what Europe is going through right now because they allowed mass immigration and did not demand assimilation. Anyone wishing to immigrate here should show the desire to not just immigrate, but to become part of America, to be American. This is a truth Jeb Bush does not grasp.

RINO Jeb Bush Bussed In Supporters To CPAC 2015 (Video)

Jeb Bush Bussed In Supporters To CPAC 2015 – Gateway Pundit

Jeb Bush had a rough day at CPAC 2015.

The crowd booed him during his Q-and-A with Sean Hannity and several conservatives walked out during the session.

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Conservatives streamed out of CPAC 2015 when Jeb Bush hit the stage.

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It’s a good thing he bussed in supporters to cheer for him.

Slate reported, via Fire Andrea Mitchell:

It sounds like Jeb Bush’s supporters are taking CPAC pretty seriously this year. Emails provided to Slate show that backers of the former Florida governor are busing supporters from downtown Washington D.C. to CPAC in National Harbor, Maryland, and organizing to get them day passes into the event.

One of the emails that went out this morning was from Fritz Brogan, a former advance man for then-President George W. Bush who (per the Washington Post) co-hosted a fundraiser for Jeb’s Right to Rise PAC earlier this month. A Bush insider confirmed to Slate that Bush’s Right to Rise PAC is helping organize the transportation.

“We strongly recommend arriving as early as possible to get a seat,” wrote Brogan in an email sent to undisclosed recipients. “Our ‘Early Rise’ team will be there at 7:30am onward helping reserve seats- if you want to join the early team, let me know.”

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Noted Publicity Whore with Bad Hair might run in 2016

Good Grief can’t this carnival barker just go away?

Tell us how you really feel, Donald.

American businessman Donald Trump tweeted out on Tuesday,
“The last thing this country needs is another Bush.”

He’s obviously not alone on that.

The Donald spoke to a crowd at the Marriott Marquis in Washington this week. He has hinted that he will travel to Iowa to test the waters.

Donald Trump charmed hundreds of suits Monday night at the Marriott Marquis in downtown Washington. It was the “Winter Dinner” for The Economic Club of Washington, D.C. Wearing a dark suit, one of his own Trump-branded blue striped ties and the infamous bird’s nest hairdo, he sat for an on-stage interview with club president David Rubenstein, who he periodically showered with compliments.

Rubenstein began with a burning question: “It’s rumored that you’re thinking of going to Iowa soon,” he said, alluding to Trump’s ongoing presidential aspirations.

In fact, he is. For politics and real estate.

No, we do not need Jeb in 2016, or Romney and Trump is using that to play attention whore again. That is what he does, and sadly some people see to actually consider him sincere. I have said it before, I would not trust Trump as far as I can throw his massive ego. Sure, he is saying the obvious, acting as if he has struck some brilliant piece of insight. But he has not, he is about himself, period! As bad as Bush in 2016 would be, Trump would be worse. We have some REAL genuine men of convictions that may run, Perry, Walker, Cruz, to name a few. The last thing we should do is give any thought to taking Mr. Look At Me seriously

RINO Jeb Bush Tosses His Sombrero Into The 2016 Presidential Ring

Jeb Bush: ‘I Have Decided To Actively Explore The Possibility Of Running For President’ – The Blaze

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Jeb Bush, the former Florida governor whose father and brother have both occupied the White House, announced Tuesday he is considering running for president in 2016.

Bush said on his Facebook page that after talking it over with his family during Thanksgiving, he has decided to formally explore a run.

“As a result of these conversations and thoughtful consideration of the kind of strong leadership I think America needs, I have decided to actively explore the possibility of running for president of the United States,” he wrote. “In January, I also plan to establish a Leadership PAC that will help me facilitate conversations with citizens across America to discuss the most critical challenges facing our exceptional nation.”

Bush said the purpose of his political action committee would be to “support leaders, ideas and policies that will expand opportunity and prosperity for all Americans.”

“In the coming months, I hope to visit with many of you and have a conversation about restoring the promise of America,” he added.

Bush’s decision will likely please some Republicans who are looking for some sort of established leader to win the White House from presumed Democratic frontrunner, former first lady, senator and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. But it will also likely lead to grumbling among conservative Republicans who say Bush is too moderate. The former governor has been outspoken in his defense of the Common Core State Standards, a major conservative sticking point.

On Monday, the Christian Science Monitor reported that radio host Mark Levin called Bush a “very good moderate Democrat,” and that former GOP presidential candidate Pat Buchanan said Bush is “too moderate for the Republican base.”

Clinton has not officially announced that she is exploring a run or that she will run. Bush is the first GOP candidate to explore a run, and former Sen. Jim Webb (D-Va.) is the only Democrat to take the same step.

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