El Jeb Bush has learned a lesson that will serve well other Republican candidates. Don’t piss off the base and don’t support illegal immigration.
It’s only a matter of time until El Jeb says Adios to his stupid run for the GOP nomination. There are a couple of huge problems with his campaign.
- El Jeb has consistently stuck his finger in the eyes of the conservative Republican base. His message is virtually equal to his buddy Hillary Clinton. Support of Common Core, illegal immigration, amnesty, etc doesn’t play too well with conservatives who vote in primaries.
- El Jeb has the energy of a ten day old turd. He is boring, uninspired, and believed his millions of RNC dollars would win him the nomination. Wrong! His messaging is 180 degrees wrong for what Republican voters are demanding from the GOP nominee.
- El Jeb thought his last name would guarantee his success. Fool us once, shame on you. Fool us twice, shame on us. Fool us three times? F*** you!
The Bush family has coddled up to the Clintons since W left office. The major problem for El Jeb is that the Republican base despises the Clintons. And we’ve watched W calling Bubba his “brother from another mother” and we’ve watched El Jeb awarding Hillary with a Liberty Medal. How stupid do the Bushes think we are? Well, we know the answer to that. And we know we would rather sell our children for medical experiments in Tehran than vote for another @#&* Bush!
El Jeb might hang around a while longer because of his large ego but he is done. And El Jeb’s collapse should serve as a huge warning shot across the bow of the USS RINO that conservatives are done with the Republican Party. We will no longer vote for another McCain/Romney/Bush/Rubio.
Until the Republican Party nominates a candidate who has conservative principles who is willing to rip out the throat of the Democrats and Obama (and the GOP Establishment), and actually keep one of his @#*& promises, it’s ES&D wussypants Republican Party!
And for some Music That Doesn’t Suck, here’s Lou Reed singing Perfect Day. I encourage the Establishment to listen to the final words of this song. “You’re gonna reap just what you sew.”