Many blame the improbable rise of Donald Trump as being primarily responsible for Bush’s demise. That gives too much emphasis on Trump, and too little on Jeb Bush himself. While Trump has repeatedly exposed the seeming soft-spined weakness of Bush, it must be noted then that that weakness was there all along and most certainly would have been exposed by the Hillary Clinton campaign.
Viewers saw both the rage and the regret swirling in Jeb’s eyes at the most recent GOP debate. He turned on Trump, hoping to score much needed points and re-assert himself as a viable Republican choice for President of the United States. Despite hundreds of thousands of dollars in Internet ads following that debate in conjunction with carefully placed supportive Mainstream Media personalities emphasizing that effort, voters remain unconvinced.
A D.C. Whispers source painted the Bush campaign with the following colors:
“He just doesn’t have it and he’s not a good enough politician to fake it. He’s also suffering from eight years of Barack Obama faking it and voters getting wise. Most everyone sees the weakness, the phoniness, the sense of entitlement and that just won’t stand up to voter sentiment this election cycle. People are pissed. Ironically, so is Jeb Bush. He’s angry at everything and everyone right now. Despondent, depressed, and angry at the world. He is having a very difficult time grasping the reality of someone like Donald Trump at the top of the polls and seeing himself in single-digits. Jeb isn’t his brother. Jeb is a cry-baby and that part of his character is really coming through the last few months as he’s struggled to get anyone to pay attention to his version of things. People want tough and that’s something Jeb Bush has never been.”
Not only is Jeb Bush not tough, he is to this point spending by far the most among all GOP candidates and seeing the least benefit from it. The only ones enjoying the 2016 Bush campaign are the high-paid media consultants he’s surrounded himself with. For them, 2015 has been a very-very lucrative affair. To date the Bush campaign has spent nearly $33 MILLION in political ads, all of which has resulted in him trailing Donald Trump who has spent just $216,000. In fact, of the Mainstream Republican candidates, only Marco Rubio has managed to make a respectable showing the polls in relation to the millions he’s spent on similar styled, high-production political advertising.
His family has embraced the New World Order... something the people soundly reject. The People didn't leave the Bush dynasty ... they left the people.
Maybe the cat got out before poor Jeb could get into white house. His daddy was for NEW WORLD ORDER and all Bush's are for immigration by any means ( legal or illegal). Bush family has ties to terrorist Bin Laden. Check it out folks.I have been republican voter all my life and don't like rino's
Poor Jeb, how could we be soooo mean! Don't we know that we are denying him his "legacy"......his turn? How could you not love this candy-a__ PUKE?
JEB thought he could convince the people that what he wanted is the best for us i.e., more and more immigrants) America is where the people convince the politicians what is best for US.
Maybe Jeb can learn how to sell insurance. He had better start concentrating on his day job!
Hey JEB you are a loser get a job
It's gotta' hurt when even your own mother doesn't want you to be president ;o)))
Sounds like jebbie's mommy needs to put him on "suicide watch"!
Jeb time for you to just close down... You just dont make the grade... everytime you are on camera with you little smirk which says to America i own that seat at the desk. and you give off a vibe of its mine because i deserve to be there just like my Father and Brother... Well Jeb neither does Hillary belong in the seat..you both are arrogant stuck up snobs who believe you are better then the rest of us... Look you are getting you keister beat.....Now it is time to do the correct action and put you backing to Mr. Trump..
I feel sorry for Jeb Bu...NOT