Liberals Want Us To Run Jeb Bush In 2016

The Republican Party never seems to learn. More specifically, it seems as though Republican voters never seem to learn. How many times can we get fleeced because the media tells us that a certain candidate is the right one? It has happened time and time again. This tradition goes back quite a ways, but the most egregious example of the Left hijacking our Party is from 2008.

Who would have guessed in 2006 that by 2008, John McCain would have been our Republican nominee for president? I certainly would not have guessed that John McCain would be our nominee. Why would we ever choose a candidate that is so unconservative? But we did, and he lost. Why did we choose him? Was it because we actually believed him to be the right man for the job? Was it because we liked his conservative credentials? No. We voted for him because the mainstream, liberal media told us to.

The hijacking of Republican primaries is a common practice for the Democrats. The Left decides that a particular candidate would be a weak opponent, and they then proceed to flood the airwaves with chatter as to why they believe that candidate will win the primaries. This chatter often contains the words “front runner,” and “favored.” The media constructs a narrative in which these weak candidates are the ones to beat in the Republican primaries. After being inundated with story after story about how these weak candidates’ victories are a forgone conclusion, Republican voters either stay home, or hypnotically pull the lever for the candidate the media has been hyping. It’s outrageous.

The Left knows how to play the media hype game so well, and we continue to fall for it time and time again. Now, once again, the media is beginning to construct their new narrative. This time, it pertains to 2016. According to Tony Lee, of Breitbart:

“Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush has not made any formal moves to indicate he will run for the GOP presidential nomination in 2016, but he is already rated as the top contender by one university, even though he does not lead in any preliminary presidential polls.”

The university of Virginia center for politics has decided, and declared that Jeb Bush is now the front runner for the Republican nomination in 2016. This is classic voter manipulation. The left-wing media is beginning to pull all the right levers, thus ensuring a Jeb Bush primary victory in 2016. We cannot let that happen.

Yes, the manipulation is the fault of the Left, but it is our fault that we fall for it. By believing the false hype created by the media, and either abstaining, or choosing to vote for a RINO, we are willfully terminating our Party. We must stand for conservative candidates, no matter what the hype machine says, and no matter who they claim is the inevitable winner. Inevitability is a lie.

It’s time to buck the system, and actually choose our candidate ourselves. Vote for the best man, or woman, and tell the establishment, and the media to jump in a lake. We’re not falling for the hype anymore.







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  • LABobE

    You blame the left for who you nominate??? If you watched a single one of the GOP debates it was obvious that Mittens was the ONLY person that wasn’t a compete KOOK!!!

    • DOOM161

      That was true in the general election, and he didn’t that.

    • Carol Skelton

      It is amazing how you can tell when a leftie is posting.

      • The Snarf

        Easy to tell how desperate they’re getting as well. Like the occupy tactic of rioting at any conservative meeting, now they have their shills agitating on conservative sites, attempting to keep the adults from conversing. I wonder how much they’re paying these shills?

        • Clint

          More than they are worth for sure.

        • Carol Skelton

          What ever it is, it is too much.

    • astrojohn

      Including the moderators and the other guy on the other side of the table…

    • Charles Almon

      This group of potential nominees is even WORSE than the last.
      With the exception of Bachmann an s Santorum.
      The new religious zealot in the pack is Ben Carson.

      • pana2

        Yup..Ben it is. A soft-spoken, intelligent, tough-talking, not intimidated, NON-politician.

        • Charles Almon

          A misogynist, homophobic, creationist?
          I think not.Why do YOU think Johns Hopkins cancelled his speech – AFTER READING IT!
          Think that zealot crap was going to fly in front of an audience of DOCTORS, no less.
          Real smarts Carson.

        • pana2

          Wrong on all counts!

        • Bagemandtagem

          But those who love abortion on demand even up to the last term, queer bathhouse sex, transvestites, pedophilia, dumb down and perverted education for useful idiots like yourself are called the “enlightened ones” by your evil beast system. But one day you and your ilk will be pi%%ing and Cra%%ing your pants…and that day will come sooner than you think..unless you repent.

        • The Snarf

          Exactly. He would be a strong, fearless candidate without the baggage that the left used to destroy Herman Cain’s chances.
          Exactly why they have their shills spewing the hate, their fear of him is obvious.

    • johnnywood

      Typical comment from a libtard.

      • Charles Almon

        Ya got no one.
        And name calling won’t change that.
        The GOP is paying the price for letting the lunatic fringe take over.
        AND THEY KNOW IT. SO they told Cruz to take a hike. The result?
        Wonderboy Paul Ryan picks up the racist twaddle.
        There is something seriously wrong with Republicans

        • Clint

          You just called a respected Physician so many ban names then blame someone else for “name calling? What a short sighted nincompoop.

        • Charles Almon

          AN accurate description isn’t name calling.
          Althought i would agree – being called a ‘creationist’ is about as low as one can go.

        • Clint

          Using your own standard it appears that it is OK for someone to call you a deluded idiot. If I read of anyone calling you that I will come to your aid. On second thought, that would interfere with your standard of “accurate description”, and I won’t do that.

        • Charles Almon

          So what is YOUR explanation as to why Johns Hopkins rescinded Carson’s speaking engagement,
          aside from the fact they thought it would be an insult the audience?
          Have you ever listened to what he says. Or read his opinions?
          He’s Rick Santorum with a scalpel.

        • Clint

          What you are relating is your opinion, and you are free to express that. Not being familiar with the Johns Hopkins Hospital and certainly unfamiliar with their particular bent, I have no idea why they would rescind Dr. Carson’s speaking engagement. I don’t judge Dr. Carson by what some one says about him. Every time that I have heard Dr. Carson speak, and that has been on the news and internet, he has spoken with clarity and with reasoning in what he says. I think it can be assumed that his speech would offend liberals in the professions of most journalists, Hollywood stars and executives and those who are social liberals, and Democrats of course. If Dr. Carson having wisdom, as he does, and it offends Democrats and liberals so much that they think they can silence the good Doctor by rescinding an invite to speak, he is the kind of politician we need in all the country. Someone who is not afraid to speak the truth to power, and I’ve seen him do that in the presence of Obama, and all Obama could do was pout. Yeah, I like Dr. Carson. Does that answer your question?

        • Charles Almon

          No.
          His offensive remarks were deemed offensively misogynist, homophobic and creationism doesn’t fly with the educated crowd. That was the start of his down fall as a serious political force.
          And continued with his contract for FOX. He’s dead politically. Time to move on.

        • Clint

          His comments have never offended me, but they always will offend a left wing liberal.

        • Clint

          The explanation is probably as you say. That is always the reaction from the liberal elites. Dr. Carson doesn’t bow to the liberals and neither will I. To bow is to submit. Read my “Redneck” lips: “It ain’t gonna happen hoss”.

    • Bagemandtagem

      You mean the same Mittens that started this government healthcare agenda? Who was more liberal than my local Democrats? As long as you keep nominating these buffoons keep expecting to lose the big race.

    • Clint

      You seem to have a knack for exposing kooks!

      • LawtonOkie

        LABobE is their leader, Clint. Charles Almon is second in command.

        • Clint

          I know. Did you notice that LABobE took it as a compliment? My response was tongue in cheek, as in, LABobE exposed himself as the kook he is. ;<)

  • elton123

    Huge No on that

    • hpinnc

      elton123, I didn’t quite understand what you meant by “Huge No”, read some of your comments, now I have to say “WELCOME”. I couldn’t read all, but the ones I did, I just wish we had more that think like you. I am getting on in years, I would love to see my country back in good hands, before I check out. Keep the faith!!!!!!!!!!

    • Donald H Sullivan

      On a West/Cruz ticket???

  • sha49tn

    If they do run him as the candidate, I’m voting independent.

    • astrojohn

      Not sure what “independent” means but I would vote Libertarian – that’s the closest thing to what the Republicans were 50 years ago. RAND PAUL 2016!

      • mbnick

        That is just what the Democrats want you to do. They even contribute to 3rd party candidates to split the Republican vote.

        • GramE

          Y’all don’t read history do you? Recently Ross Perot was the 3rd party – we got a Democrat. Almost a hundred years ago Taft (Bull Moose party) – we got Wilson. Get out your history books.
          Jeb Bush is a very intelligent person. Probably the most qualified person in many years.
          I like Carson & West (or West & Carson). I just DO NOT want Hillary (or is it Billary?).

        • elizabeth greeley

          AMEN!!!

        • mbnick

          Hillary thing is a riot. In 2012 little Obama parrots said they hated rich old White people. Now they claim in a little over 2 years they will want a rich White old bag lawyer! One that was a failure as Sec. of State! And now has been proven to be a liar and cover up artist. How “appropriate” for hypocrites.

        • USCBIKER

          The Hag’s Achilles Heel will not be Benghazi, though it makes a good hammer to pound her with. It will be the fact she was the mother of the bastard child known as Govt. Run Healthcare, the over reach that cost her cheating husband both House & Sen. in 1994. People now see it and hate it, as they will anyone who is or has been behind it.

        • drbhelthi

          MAFIA leaders are also intelligent.

        • http://www.comcast.net/ Rick

          A good point my friend.

      • elizabeth greeley

        He may be Libertarian, but he lacks much charisma. So, I say nope to Paul!

    • MikeS

      I agree with astrojohn. “independent” strikes me as “fence straddler”. Libertarian strikes me as “freedom fighter”. But, you would be doing the right thing voting against him. I just hope he can be shut down long before something like a runoff.

      • Donald H Sullivan

        Independent is not marching lockstep with either party, but thinking for yourself.

        • MikeS

          Many independents appear to embrace political correctness. Your definition sounds more Libertarian.

  • DOOM161

    Of course the communists want the GOP to nominate one of their own. It’s the only way they win, and they win no matter who wins the election.

    • astrojohn

      Isn’t that how we got McCain???

    • hpinnc

      One thing I have noticed is it seems to me I am seeing more people calling these lunatics what they are, marxist/communists, & that is what they are. They want to destroy our system that has served us well for over 200 years & replace it with something that has proven time & time again it does not work. Look at Cuba, NK, Venezuela. It works for a few, for a while until other people’s money runs out. Winston Churchill said it best, “Socialism is a philosophy of failure, a creed of ignorance, & the gospel of envy. It’s inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.” This is what the democrat party has become. They want everyone else’s money. They want you to have what they through big government, say you can have. Look at the “war on poverty” they came up with. Look at the poverty they created in the ghettos, crime & now many who have grown accustomed to living on government hand-outs have taken it as a way of life. They have been offered little hope to get away from this lifestyle unless they are an athlete or have had someone to mentor them to get out of it. The government instead of perpetuating this life-style should have seen that every boy & girl stayed in school & helped them to go on to college or university if they had the potential for a profession, the others could possibly done well in a community trade school. The break-up of the families & kids being raised W/out a Dad did not help any either.

      • chock

        What’s sad is Boehner and McConnell and a good many more republicans agree with them. We can not maintain a country with only 49% paying for the 51% and more are coming in every day.

    • chock

      The republicans want to elect these tax and spend and war and rebuild so they won’t have to live within their means and close the border. No more free trade but fair trade. No more bringing in more and more people for “we the people” to take care of for life.

  • slim pickens

    Liberals and illegals

    • Clint

      Deport all in both groups.

  • Sarianna

    NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! The first Bush was/is an advocate of the NWO and his sons – especially Jeb boy is no different.

    • catb55

      Just look to his pushing Commie Core on the children ….NO WAY!

  • Marine68

    No votes for progressives and no support for them if they win.

    • Charles Almon

      What you folks consider ‘real conservatives’
      sane folks call ‘extremists”
      They have zero national following.

      • Patriot

        You’re wrong.

        • Charles Almon

          I’m in the North East.
          Cruz got laughed off the stage for saying Obama caused the shut down.
          ZERO national following. Zero.

        • The Snarf

          Ah, yes, the north east. Saul Alinsky’s home. Of course their proglodyte zombies are going to laugh and ridicule any strong conservative candidate, especially any with Christian beliefs, trying to make them sound like a non-starter, since their fearmongering collective has the zombies indoctrinated into thinking that any belief in a higher power is a threat to their big-government controlled utopia.

        • elizabeth greeley

          Oh, I so liked your response to Charles. Thank you.

        • GeoInSD

          I think a belief in a higher power is a threat to their utopia. That is why they (the Left) wage war against Christians. You can’t serve two masters. If God is your god, you can’t have the State as your god. The State is the Left’s god. Utopianism cannot exist with diversity of ideas. Therefore any dissent must be crushed.

        • chock

          I think the northeast we waking up. Look at the governor of R.I. he got himself elected. Scott Walker in Wis. Really, I think Detroit has scared and woke up a lot of people.

        • drbhelthi

          Yes, and we must be prepared to deflect their gender-confused nonsense when they puke it up.

        • pana2

          Well i’m from the way northeast and Cruz got standing ovations when he showed up in NE. Perhaps you’re thinking of VT and CT.

        • BEAVAJGART7V

          Yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!

        • Chad

          And here is the reason we end up with loser lib candidates like McCain. Charles may be a Soros plant, but Repubs like him do exist.

        • Clint

          One can be a Republican without being a conservative. That is why many are fed up with the RNC.

        • elizabeth greeley

          but it’s the media that promotes the RINOS.

        • Chad

          Gasp! Next thing you’ll tell us is that San Francisco isn’t a strong area for Cruz.

        • Clint

          If you are from the North East, I assume you are a card carrying liberal and you have no idea what nationwide support any conservative enjoys.

        • hpinnc

          Clint , call them what they are, a card carrying liberal is a marxist/socialist/communist.

        • elizabeth greeley

          That’s not true @Patriot. Sen. Ted Cruz is ignored by the elite media in NE b/c they know he could gain popularity. However, the Boston Globe a very Left of Ctr. newspaper I’m sure does him an injustice along with the local TV networks.

        • Ctaj

          I don’t have much use for anything East of the Mississippi. Mindset and culture are quite different from the West.

        • BEAVAJGART7V

          The democrats may have the uninformed believing that Cruz was at fault for the government shut-down but that just is not true. The democrats had everything planned exactly what they were going to do even before Cruz tried to prevent Obama care from being funded. And they did exactly as planned – everything that would hurt our citizens and veterans the most.
          The government would have been funded – just not Obama care. Do your home work.

        • LABobE

          When you say uninformed you mean EVERYONE in the country EXCEPT teabaggers!

        • BEAVAJGART7V

          Please do not use the description, teabaggers. It means the vilest of sex acts and has NOTHING to do with the Tea Partiers.

        • LawtonOkie

          Beava, that’s just the way LABobE rolls. Vile sex acts is his expertise.

        • Truth goes 100 MPH

          Down vote Einstein.

        • charlie

          just idiots like you, obumblerbots

        • LawtonOkie

          Yeah, you live in the North East part of Obama’s rear end, you little wimp.

        • chock

          Let them laugh. I am still waiting for Ted Cruz to tell me about what he do to open our country up for business and credit jobs. NO MORE FREE TRADE, but FAIR TRADE. We can’t keep on with these crooks.

        • chock

          They didn’t laugh in York, Pa, they elected a tea party person over the democrat and the republican they had the money and the machine.

        • delsmith

          You can bet he had an audience of low informed people. He stated a fact that struck them as error only because the democrats constantly misstate the facts and the informed people who know better are too polite to correct them. Allowing lies to stand is virtually what got the Romney campaign in trouble. There’s a LESSON to be learned by conservatives.

        • Charles Almon

          You clearly get all your mis-information from right wing media.

      • pana2

        correction,,,INSANE folks call “extremists” those conservatives with values like carson and west.

      • chock

        Look at York, Pa. A write in candidate got elected State Senator over a established Republican and established democrat. They wouldn’t let him on the ballet and he kept on with his message and he won. Name Scott Wagoner. He said he would not accept pension, healthcare and limit to 2 terms. He said we should not be giving benefits for the elected officials local, state or national because they are part time jobs. He owns a trash pickup business. We can win with good candidates. Keep the faith

      • Marine68

        proves how many stupid people there are.

  • squeak

    Of course they do, they know the American people are not ready for a Bush at this time… BEWARE AMERICA !

  • Charles Almon

    Ya got no one.
    Libs no more care about Jeb Bush than anyone else in the Republican clown car.

  • Susan

    That is all we need (Puke) for the total destruction of the USA. This is the creepiest, most evil thing you will ever hear: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rc7i0wCFf8g

  • johnnywood

    I voted for “Daddy” Bush and eight times for “Dubyah”,(Four times for governor of Texas and four times for POTUS) but I will NOT vote for Jeb. West and Carson would be my dream ticket for `16. We could use a good man with a military background as Commander-in- Chief as well as a gifted surgeon with common sense to straighten out the mess that Obummer has made. Any questions?

    • pana2

      Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes for Carson and West. Can you imagine what we could accomplish in this country if they got elected??????!!!!!

      • chock

        Duh, people that know how to handle problems and resolve issues while leading our great nation.

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      • JesseTMims

        See my reply to johnnywood above.

    • liberty49

      I would love to see a West/Cruz ticket with Carson as Surgeon General. But, yes, we need a military man at the top of the ticket!

      • danstewart

        I really like Cruz, however, he is not natural born. Just because a-hole obummer got away with it (I don’t think obummer is even a US citizen) is no reason we should do the same thing. Cruz is US citizen, but not natural born US citizen.

        • chock

          I worry about his free trade stance. We need fair trade where we are not exporting jobs and importing illegals and goods. We have lost millions of jobs. No more free trade. Its a way for multi national companies not to pay the taxes to build things.

        • RevG

          Thank the Democrats and Clinton for NAFTA

        • chock

          The RINO republicans love big business and they are their servants. I just want someone to bring our jobs home and stop giving it to unworthy countries and supporting every crack pot org like CAIR, La Rosa and Farrakkan. Listen to them they keep pushing free trade. What happened to FAIR trade.

        • hpinnc

          I would have no problem with it, but you know the dummycrats would take it & run with it. Could he serve as VP? I would just love to see the GOP put together a ticket that would sweep the country, like Reagan, & run every single liberal/ socialist/marxist/democrat out of Washington. That is the first thing we need to do, to get this country turned around.

        • danstewart

          You are right about the dumbocraps. I remember in 2008 they tried to make an issue about McCain being born out of the country (he was born on a military base, counts as US territory). As far as vise president, he must also be natural born according to the constitution (if the president dies, vp becomes president). Except for the accident of birth situation, I think Cruz would make a great president.

        • hpinnc

          Thanks Dan, I think he would too, but I also share the same concern Chock shares in the next post. Maybe someone would set him straight on that. It will be hard to find one that we like everything he stands for.

        • delsmith

          Additionally the Congress had a committee to formerly vet John McCain but the only vetting Obama got was
          a lie submitted by Pelosi as speaker to the state of Hawaii. All the other states were given the corrected document
          but a hell of a lot of people knew Obama lacked credentials early on. Our main trouble is we have way too many

          lethargic, misinformed, and worse, not informed. Sadly they put themselves up for sale to the highest bidder,
          Obama and look at the current condition in our nation. Those who can’t find jobs, including new college

          graduates is heart breaking. People, even the few who pay attention, don’t want to accept that bad, misguided,
          and deliberately wrongheaded policies are the major cause. The Democratic senate with the little dimwitted
          former boxer from Nevada is also complicit.

        • RevG

          Not to mention our first gay president has a drag queen for a “first lady”

      • Ctaj

        If we don’t win the next presidential election, we may end up with a military leader without a ticket.

      • BEAVAJGART7V

        There you go. Carson as Surgeon General. I’d vote for that.

      • hpinnc

        Yeah, & Sarah Palin for Sec. of State. The dummycrats & RINOs think she is so stupid, but she had Mr. Putin figured out pretty good. I’ll put her intelligence to represent this country ANYTIME beside Clinton or John Kerry. I’ll just bet you, if she had been SOS during Bengasi, she would have moved heaven & earth to get those guys some help. I would love to see Obama-care fully repealed, I see disaster shaping up. When all these pharmaceutical clinics get in full operation, you will not have very much say about your doctor or your professional care. I know there are a lot of lo-info voters & government leeches out there but if I could request a miracle, it probably would look something like the above. Let me know what you think, could the GOP pull it off?

        • LABobE

          To even suggest that a dimwitted uneducated bimbo like Palin has the intelligence of Kerry, Clinton (or anyone) shows how little you know about intelligence.

        • Truth goes 100 MPH

          Hey Lobotomy: Get a LLLLife you LLLLib LLLLLooney. LLLet the rest of the LLLLLearned LLLLLeaders LLLLLiberate your LLLLosing ways. Any questions?

        • charlie

          hello fool— how is the kool aid today, you seem to be enjoying it.

        • RevG

          He/she/it had a big bowl of stupid with it’s kool-aids today like every day,

        • Charles Almon

          You know of course the LEFT invented the terms ‘KoolAid’ drinker and ‘low info voter’
          to describe you righties? Y’all just love to project and out and out plagiarize, like Rand Paul and
          Paul Ryan.

        • hpinnc

          Well, wonders will never cease, oh most intelligent one. I know someone of your caliber of intelligence must be working on the elimination of global warming, or a cure for cancer, or perhaps you will find out for us what happened to flight 370. labobe an intelligent, well educated person does not run around tooting his own horn about how much he knows about intelligence & how little the next person knows about intelligence. I really did not ask for your opinion, neither do I care what you think or how intelligent you think you are. READ MY LIPS, I DON’T CARE !!!!!!!!!! GOT IT.

        • Tony

          Stop watching MSNBC. YOURE CLUELESS!

        • aviationfinance

          Troll Bob you are amazing…..

        • phylmike34

          NO THIS SHOWS HOW UNINTELLIGENT YOU ARE!

        • RevG

          Go back to the commode and get a serving of Obamadolls Bobeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

        • Ctaj

          Stick to religion. You’re an idiot about everything else.

        • el_loco_jp

          And you fully demonstrate your lack of anything resembling awareness. There is no way anyone with any intellectual acumen can use Kerry or Clinton in the same sentence as “intelligence”. You might as well through in Pelosi and Sheila Jackson Lee.

        • puglianana

          Apparently you do not know Sarah Palin. She is very well educated and more common sense than the whole democratic party put together. I believe you and most liberals can stand that she has some brains not like Pelosi or Hillary who can’t tell a complete sentence without lying.

        • Lazy J

          Single shot .270 at 150 yds to take a caribou, catches and cleans fish, cooks for her own family, packs heat for her own protection, knows exactly how Russia would react to weak kneed Obama prez, successful mom, successful governor, most popular public speaker in the last 10 years.
          I think I’m in love with a certain resident of Wassilla, Alaska. She’s beautiful, smart, has common sense and understands the American people. If she were as the left describes her, she wouldn’t be such a threat to their peace of mind. They are scared spitless of a good looking, smart, powerful woman.
          GO SARAH!

        • Bruce

          You can always count on ole BOOB to crawl out from under his rock!

        • colsooonscoorner

          I’m liking the suggestions I’m hearing.

        • Ctaj

          I think Sarah would make a good SOS.

        • Charles Almon

          DOes she know what the Bush Doctrine is yet?

        • Ctaj

          There is no “THE Bush Doctrine.”

          The first “Bush Doctrine, so named by Charles Krauthammer in 2001, was Bush’s policy of pulling out of the ABM treaty unilaterally and rejecting a Kyoto Protocol.

          After 9/11, the second Bush Doctrine was that the US had the right to defend itself against any country that harbored terrorists, which was a justification for going into Afghanistan and, somewhat nebulously, Iraq.

          Neither was officially called the Bush Doctrine by the Administration, so I wouldn’t hold it against Sarah if she was a bit fuzzy on the issue.

        • C K Johnson

          Depends how well they do their homework on the nomination? And they need to tune out the MEDIA. The media likes Jeb Bush And Marco Rubio.2 losers. There is plenty of time to groom a candidate .

      • victoriadelacy

        Not necessarily. I never voted for them since I am a Republican, but former president Clinton and Obama are two examples of people elected to that office who had never been in the military. It is not required and as long as Ted Cruz appoints good cabinet members, he should be able to carry out the tasks inherent of the office of the presidency without fail. Given his solidly conservative vision for the presidency, it seems to me he will make a great one. By the end of a few terms in office, it may well be said that as it took a Carter to get a Reagan it will have taken an Obama to get a President Cruz, to the eventual rescuing of the American way of life.

        • RevG

          Cruz would better serve the country as a Senator. He is ineligible.

      • colsooonscoorner

        Now that’s a good combo. Touch all bases.

      • JesseTMims

        See my reply above to johnnywood.

    • elizabeth greeley

      How true. I so love them both and in wouldn’t make any difference to me which one is OUR COMMANDER IN CHIEF.

      • Clint

        They both shoot straight in the presence of the enemy.

    • BEAVAJGART7V

      I like Dr. Carson but if what I hear is true on his proposed gun policy – Ban guns in large cities but allow them in rural areas doesn’t make sense.
      How about Alan West and either Michele Bachmann or Sarah Palin? I can’t stop routing for Rand Paul and Ted Cruz – both excellent choices.

      • chock

        Sarah Palin keeps rallying the liberal republicans. McCain comes to mind and another one I can’t remember his name out west.

        • BEAVAJGART7V

          Not so. Palin does not believe as John McCain. She was told not to talk – she was not permitted to campaign on her own beliefs – if she had there might have been a different outcome.

        • Charles Almon

          Palin was told not to talk after 2 TV interviews where
          she revealed she was a clueless dolt. And still is.

        • danstewart

          What an idiot, did you even listen to any of her comments, or just listen to the slime stream media??? Personally, I think you are a libturd dumbocrap.

        • Charles Almon

          Any one who considers the quitter from Wasilla as a political force should commit themselves

        • danstewart

          Your care giver is sleepy, shut up & let him get some rest.

        • chock

          Then why did she stump for his and gave him a huge boost during his last election. This is one of the ones we need to replace. She also stumped for another liberal republican in the west. This confuses me why she did that. Every time John McCain needs a boost he calls her.

        • RevG

          John Mc Cain needs a shrink and a nice cozy bed in an insane asylum.

        • drbhelthi

          A shrink might have helped before he crashed his first airplane, many yrs ago. Not now.
          A cozy bed away from American politics, yes !

        • Ctaj

          Apparently you missed her speech a the CPAC last week, where she said, “To you establishment Republicans out there, who were swept into power in 2010: YOU DIDN’T BUILD THAT! THE TEA PARTY DID!”

        • chock

          No, and don’t misunderstand I like her. I get puzzled when she stumps for the very people we want and need to replace with conservatives. John McCain is not conservative and is into fighting other peoples wars and then rebuilding their nations and retrain their soldiers. She also stumped for the other liberal republican in the west that also needs to be replaced.

        • Ctaj

          Sarah Palin got elected Gov. of Alaska after she went after an entrenched good-old-boy established Republican. That, and bending over the oil industry for bigger royalties for Alaska, is how she earned her political stripes. Just because she was picked to run with McCain doesn’t make her a RINO, by any means. She just had to stifle herself a bit as #2 on the ticket. She got a bad rap by the liberals and was treated horribly by the media. She’s actually a very bright lady, who has made a very nice career for herself making speeches and stumping for candidates.

          I’m curious about which “liberal” republicans we have in the West that need to be replaced you have in mind. We don’t have many RINOs out here.

          Another part of her CPAC speech: “Maybe I’m being too hard on Obama over the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Who could have seen that coming?” (She did, during the McCain campaign, and was lambasted by the media for thinking we were still in the Cold War.)

        • RevG

          Intelligent, likes guns and hunting, Great figure and she knows what is means to be a Patriotic American not a bad position

        • Ctaj

          In her CPAC speech, she talked about the fact that her husband got her a gun rack to put in the back window of her pickup, so she got him a gun to put in it. “He’s got the gun, I’ve got the rack.”

          That, she does.

        • Charles Almon

          You know, of course, HER Green Eggs parody was on the net for months
          and SHE DIDN’T WRITE IT?

      • Charles Almon

        The 3 last people you named are deranged,
        Are you serious?

        • phylmike34

          we are serious that you are deranged!

        • David Roberts

          You must be a dunderheaded Democrat Troll. Back under the bridge.

      • Ctaj

        I like Ben Carson a lot, but his comment about banning semi-automatic rifles in big cities is bothersome. Apparently, he still doesn’t get it. The criminals don’t obey the laws, so if you make a law banning, say, AR-15’s, only the criminals will have them.

        Take way Detroit, Chicago, DC, and New Orleans, four cities with some of the strictest gun laws in the country, and America has one of the lowest gun death rates in the world.

      • JesseTMims
      • johnnywood

        I will support anybody but a RINO.

    • victoriadelacy

      While they are both good men, Carson needs to serve as either a Senator, Congressman or Governor before he goes sprinting into the Oval Office since no one gets there straight from the private sector. The last I heard, he was planning to run for a Senate seat. That is a very good place to start. In the meanwhile for 2016 a winning ticket might be Cruz/Pence (Mike Pence is the former Congressman who most recently served as governor of his state of Indiana and is a proven conservative who would be a great asset for experience on the ticket with Ted Cruz).

      • chock

        I totally disagree, we have been there and done that. We need Statesman not politicians.

        • victoriadelacy

          Senator Ted Cruz took a stand on the floor of the Senate for over 21 hours speaking out against the socialized medicine bill opposed by fully 2/3 of voters and at least 83% of physicians and that is exemplary for statesmanship, even more endurance than was seen before that in Senator Paul who took 17 hours on the floor of that same Senate to protest the use of drones. Run, Ted, Run, to the rescuing of the American way of life!

        • chock

          I love Ted Cruz but I am asking what is his policy on free trade which hasn’t helped America or gotten our people JOBS and growth. Multi-national businesses want more free trade and it has cost our country millions of jobs and growth. What is his stance on all 77 welfare programs, what is his stance on foreign wars, foreign aid and rebuilding other countries. When did our young men and women become the warriors of the world to enrich these country’s dictators to live life kings. What is his stance on US Aid where we go to foreign countries really train them for jobs and then get them jobs in other countries and pay for it? These are pressing problems and has made us the laughing stock of the world. Who else would give their wealth and jobs away and pay them to take it. I just want answers.

        • victoriadelacy

          If you want to know where Ted Cruz stands on the issues of our day, go to you tube and listen there to his messages given over the past several years to various different groups. You may also go to his web site and sign up for his newsletter to receive regular updates on his positions. Consider that Texas has been the state creating the most jobs in recent years and while I realize that is to a great extent a reflection upon the leadership of their governor, surely their representatives in the Senate have something to do with policy where that is concerned as well. I believe you will be fully behind the candidacy of Ted Cruz for President once you have explored these venues of available information. We are indeed blessed to have such a solidly conservative and life respecting candidate available for the GOP ticket in 2016.

      • johnnywood

        I would prefer Scott Walker over Pence.

    • I_P_Frehley

      West voted for NDAA and Carson is anti-gun…enjoy Cuba comrade

      • Ctaj

        Uh, as with most major legislation, the National Defense Authorization Act contained some crap you didn’t want, but to vote against it is to vote against funding the military. Is that what you would have wanted West to do, Comrade?

    • RevG

      I have never voted for Bush as Governor. Not after watching him fall off a horse in Manor Texas when going for a ride early one morning, drunk.

      • drbhelthi

        He would have fallen off sooner, had he not been drunk.

    • JesseTMims
    • Remington 870

      I am a hard core right winger and will vote West & Carson. No way will I support Jeb or Fat Boy Christie whom the worthless/gutless GOP will try to force upon Conservatives. Way past time to get rid of the Karl Roves, loser McCains, Drunken Boehners and other Rino traitors. Time to prune the rotten GOP tree of all Rinos.

    • C K Johnson

      I would think with a record on voting like you have! How did you vote for Dubyah 4 times for POTUS. All of these politician’s lie every time they open their mouth. When you think back. How many have told the truth 50% of the time. Not 1. Obama is without a doubt the worst politician in American HISTORY. Being a well gifted surgeon has no bearing on political knowledge. They spend over half of their life training to be a surgeon. They claim Obama was a Constitutional professor . Does not stop him from shredding the constitution. If the Republican’s want to win in 2016? I hope they choose wisely .Instead of off the cuff. Jeb Bush is by far the worst Republican. Dubyah was the worst President and his Dad was not much betteruntil Obama got installed.

  • Cbt_Engr

    Of course they want Jeb Bush on the GOP ticket — that’s win-win for the Democrats. If Bush loses, they win; if Bush wins, they still win.

    • hpinnc

      He is a RINO, just like Christie. I will NEVER vote for either one of them. What has Jeb ever done for the GOP? Let him & Christie, J McCain go with the democrats, we don’t need them!!!!!!!!!!

  • Ctaj

    Just what we need … another “more of the same” establishment Republican that convinces 44% of the electorate to sit out the election.

  • pana2

    I am a registered independent and despise both parties, going only for the individual. However, the only option that I see is to vote republican. BUT will never vote for a RINO of any type and that includes Jeb. The libs would love Jeb to be the candidate and will work hard to get him in, just watch. With me it’s a Cruz, Ben Carlson, Allen West-type conservative. Rand’s ok but have trouble with his libertarian views on foreign policy and social issues.

    • Ctaj

      Party always trumps person. Pick your preference and go with the party, because if your party doesn’t control Congress, you won’t get anything of what you want.

      I was a registered Libertarian for over 20 years, but disagreed with them on foreign policy while agreeing on social issues. I switched to the GOP, like Ron Paul did, because the LP never has any power to accomplish anything (party trumping person).

      I like Cruz, Carson, West, Paul, and a few others, but don’t agree with any one of them on everything. Only way that’s ever going happen is if I’m named king.

      • pana2

        You bring up some good points. King Ctaj sounds good.

        • Ctaj

          Thanks. I’ll set up a PAC to receive contributions.

  • Oldtymepatriot

    Illegal immigrant amnesty advocate Jeb Bush? Not on your life.
    So far, Rand Paul looks like the best choice, but we’ll see.
    I never rule out the Constitution Party candidate in case the GOP comes up with another New World Order, establishment candidate.

    • Charles Almon

      The Paul’s are racists, (THEY call it Libertarians.)
      Gonna be an issue,

      • Oldtymepatriot

        ??? I’ve never heard that one before.
        Looking at the Libertarian platform, it would appear just the opposite.
        I’m keeping watch to see if he comes out in favor of illegal alien amnesty, then if so, I will drop my support for him.

        • Charles Almon

          Libertarian want the right to, say, decide who can and can’t enter a restaurant they own.
          That’s just code.

        • Oldtymepatriot

          So? Who owns the business, individuals or the government?
          Remember the signs “No shirt, no shoes, no service”?
          What if you had a quiet, family patronized cafe and some loud, profane mouthed people came in and were being rowdy and loudly using the most vulgar language in front of children? Would you ask them to leave or risk loosing your regular customers? Small businesses are PRIVATE PROPERTY, just like the home you own.
          What if you were told you could not tell someone they were not welcome in your home?

  • artarlo1

    No more Bushes and no more New World Order.

    • BEAVAJGART7V

      NO to Bush and NO to Christie!!

    • chock

      No more Clintons, Reed, Pelosi.

  • JuneUSA

    No, we do not want him.

  • MikeS

    Jeb Bush is not going anywhere in Louisiana. Problem is…suppose he gets in a runoff with Hillary? I think “No” is not enough. We need to actively campaign against the nomination of Jeb Bush. Get the word out guys!

  • FrankC

    The MSM will work to steer the nomination to either a Republican they know will lose, or to a Republican they know will act like a Democrat. Jeb Bush will act like a Democrat, so the MSM will cheer for him as loudly as they can.

    • BEAVAJGART7V

      True.

  • mike

    Your tone and confused use of terms leads you to exaggeration. Liberal is not leftist. And John McCain, not my cup of tea, is no leftist nor a friend of leftist. We don’t win by exaggerating nor by failing to distinguish between far right conservative and more moderate conservatives. Following you lead will relegate the conservative e movement to a sideshow out of office.

    • Ctaj

      By the same token, while we certainly don’t want a Religious Right extremist Conservative leading the ticket, we don’t want another establishment Big Government Republican again like Romney, both Bushes, McCain, Dole, Ford, or Nixon. We need a Tea Party Candidate who says he’s for less government, lower taxes, and less regulation and really means it, for a change.

      • LABobE

        The tea party wants less government???? Is that a joke?? Sure they scream DON’T TREAD ON ME at the top of their lungs when it comes to their guns and their beliefs but they are the first to advocate trampling the rights of others because of what they believe. If you want the government to enact more laws restricting birth control, sex education, abortion, same-sex marriage, and drug use, among other things, it makes you pro-big government & a colossal hypocrite

        • Ctaj

          We’ve got a few religious right wingnuts in the mix, but the majority of Tea Party supporters lean libertarian and don’t want any of that stuff.

  • chetohimler

    Why would conservatives ever listen to liberals? It’s not like they (Dems) are going to vote our way….Fact is, Liberals should be careful on what they wish for, they just might get him or HER! Oh yeah.

    • Ctaj

      If I recall correctly, McCain won the nomination by winning NE states that had open primaries in which independents and Democrats could vote in the GOP primary.

      I also recall Rush’s push in 2008 to get Republicans to change their registration to Dem so they could vote in the Dem primaries for Hillary against Obama. Didn’t stop them from voting for a Republican in the general election.

      • sandyinindy

        I agree, look how everyone is talking about Ted Cruz (who can’t run) and Rand Paul.

  • kenhowes

    University of Virginia. If that’s Larry Sabato, he’s no liberal and no Democrat. But there are enough liberals and Democrats around there that someone might be saying this for that reason.

    • kenhowes

      Having said that, I think the country has had enough Bushes for a while. George P. Bush is in the pipeline; I’ll think about him when 2028 or 2032 comes around. I liked his grandfather; his uncle was well-meaning but ill-starred.

  • Patriot

    Ahahahahaha! Of course they do! LOL!! People in hell want ice water too.

  • Tony

    Yippie! Another Bush for president!
    What a great way to put Hitlery into the White House!

  • mbnick

    Bush was an excellent Governor (except to greedy moochers) and would have easily won a 3rd election if allowed. He would also be an excellent and strong President. However due to the stupidity and gullibility of many voters it is too soon for him to run.
    It is “heartwarming” however to see all the Democrats trying so hard to help us.

    • LABobE

      The catastrophic failures of Dubya will make it impossible for ANY republican (let alone one named Bush) get elected for decades.

      • mbnick

        Really? So long you been on the dole?

  • Valor

    I think there is a much larger concern that needs to be addressed than who the GOP presidential nominee is going to be. That concern is will Obama actually obey the law and step aside, or will he consolidate his dictatorship prior to 2016? He is putting all the machinery in place to do just that. There are those of us that expect Martial Law to be implemented, possibly before this November’s midterms. Obama has everything in place. All he needs is a crisis, either real of contrived. Plenty of possibilities.

    • usmadgirl

      Valor,
      I’m glad to know that I’m not the only one who’s concerned about this. I’ve been concerned since even BEFORE he was elected in 2008! He even made the comment to one of his “groups of giddy goons” that this would be the last election they’d have to worry about. I think it was during the same “speech” (teleprompter reading) when he said “We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America” (& “the crowd goes wild” about changing the greatest country in the history of the planet – to WHAT? The idiots had no clue & never bothered to ask)!

      I could list all the crises (man-caused & even natural) that have fallen into this usurper’s lap to help speed his agenda along, but I’m sure you already know them! I was shocked that he didn’t implement Martial Law before the 2010 & 2012 elections but I guess they thought they could buy enough voters with “freebies”, extend unemployment checks to the jobless & do the rest of the damage by voter fraud & voting machine rigging before they used Martial Law.

  • Samurai_Sam

    No question that the democrat weasels are behind several of the proposed GOP candidates. They go on GOP websites and do a straw poll by voting on the candidate that they think there socialist choice can beat.

    Unfortunately back in 2008 Rush Limbaugh ran what he called operation chaos and asked voters to register as independents and pull the lever for BO during the nomination process. His thinking was that if enough of us did that Hillary would be left out in the cold. Unfortunately it worked and we wound up with someone worse than Hillary.

    In my opinion we only have three possible choices and we can not allow ourselves to be swayed by those that want us to believe that we need to be moderates. What we need is someone that is willing to go into the ring and body slam these punks into oblivion. That means a Ted Cruz Rand Paul or Ben Carson. I also like Allen West because he seems to know that this we have enemies in other countries whereas our current embarrassment of a CIC has no clue.

    • jerry1944

      Well if the gop dont change its mind about being mod i think she gets another shot at it. OOP sorry about useing the word shot heheheh. The gop dont want conservatives are Tea Party ppl much less strong LEADERS like T Cruz and M Lee

      • Valor

        Yeah, I keep hearing GOP experts like Rove preaching the moderate story. I don’t expect that to change. What I do expect is there will not be any more GOP presidents. America is doomed to one party rule, not leadership, from now on.

        • jerry1944

          I am still hopeing for a conservative 3rd party and let the gop die

    • Wayright2

      I submit to you that the enemy is in THIS country. It is the demon-crat party, the potus and his advisors/puppet-masters.

    • BEAVAJGART7V

      Leave Dr. Carson out until we find out more about him. We definitely need someone who supports Amendment 2 all the way.

  • Kris K

    Oh HELL NO! He isn’t any better than his brother! AND I’M FROM TEXAS!

  • James Curran

    Wow….

    The “Party of Personal Responsibility” won’t even take responsibility for their own presidential candidates.

    • Valor

      When are shills like you going to take responsibility for Obama and the Demorats out to destroy America?

      • James Curran

        Obama and the Democrats are trying to SAVE America from the corporate interests (and their fully owned subsidy, the Republican party), who are trying to make America a class-based monarchy (exactly what we left England to get away from)

  • jerry1944

    I can see why they would want him to run. He is a mod and if the gop run another mod like they have been like mc cain and romney the father of healthcare they loses again. with the gop not wanting conservatives in it are Tea Party ppl i cant see them winning. Especially with jed

  • River

    To MikeS: It is not so bad to be what you call a ” fence straddler” I know many folks who are politically conservative and socially liberal. I call them ” middle- of- the- roaders” and that’s not bad. The one thing that is important, the one thing that might save our country and the constitution – is being politically conservative.

    • White Knight

      I’ve heard of people who are fiscally conservative and socially moderate (liberal). This combination straddles the fence.

      How does being “politically conservative” straddle anything? I don’t understand your terms.

  • Ozstickman

    Do not want to split the conservative vote so the task is to make sure Jeb Bush or any other candidates supported by long time R folks in DC do not win primaries. Taking the R party back will create a huge conservative turnout for years to come, and that will include a majority of independents and “Reagan” Democrats. The left wants another Bush, McCain, Dole. Ford etc. ….. not a conservative in the Reagan mold

    • jerry1944

      And the likes ot Christie and ryam are what the gop are pushing More like T Cruz and M Lee is what we need if conservatives are going to win again But if they keep going mod i can keep going 3rd party

      • usmadgirl

        And if you keep going 3rd party, you are electing the Dumbocrap nominee & securing a PERMANENT Communist-ruled Dictatorship for what used to be the United States of America. I’m as conservative as you can get & I don’t like moderates, but I have enough common, rational sense to know that if we don’t vote for the nominee with the “R” beside their name, our Republic is OVER & there will be no going back!

        • jerry1944

          So if hillary put a R behind her name you could vote for her. Principle and morals you shouldnt change to fit others.. The Bible dont change just to go along with what the ppl want. even though some churches do. with the thought of money mor than the Word of the Bible. The gop has said it dont want conservatives are Tea Party ppl SO not thanks if the gop want to keep loseing they dont need this conservative The gop gave us obambo and it sounds like they will give us hillary

        • jerry1944

          And if hillary put a R behind her name you would vote for her The gop has changed its morals but i havent You dont change the the WORD of God and expect ppl to follow would you

  • victoriadelacy

    While I really appreciated what Jeb did in trying to save the life of Terri Schiavo, running another Bush would be suicidal for the party and of course the DNC wants us to run him. the same way as they tried to force us to take on RINO Christie. Since when do we go by the Democrat playbook in nominating candidates for public office? If anything, just the fact that they want us to take on that candidate should be the only red flag we need to know he is NOT the one we need to run in 2016! If the party with which I have been voting these past forty years really wants to start winning again, they need to nominate TED CRUZ FOR PRESIDENT IN 2016, to the rescuing of the American way of life. Then every time they open their mouths to criticize Ted we need to shoot back with “What’s your problem with Cruz – are you a bigot against Hispanics? I will be glad to get behind the candidacy of the man who stands to become our first American President of Hispanic descent who will stand up to despots like Castro instead of embracing him as was shamefully seen of Obama at the Mandela funeral recently. Run, Ted, Run…we’re behind your candidacy in full support…all the way to the Oval Office!

    • LABobE

      The problem with Cruz is this. Cruz’s official Canadian birth certificate, shows that Rafael Edward Cruz was born in Calgary, Alberta, on December 22, 1970. Oddly, however, the birth was not registered until December 31, leaving an unexplained gap of nine days. But where was baby Ted over Christmas, an astute birther might ask. Donald Trump could build a casino in a hole that size. Still, the birth certificate does state that Cruz’s mother, Eleanor Elizabeth Wilson, was born in Wilmington, Delaware. making him a U.S. citizen at birth, and therefore eligible to be president but only if the birth certificate is accurate. The Canadian officials would have had no reason to question Cruz’s mother about her native country, nor would they have demanded any proof. Her word alone was good enough for Canadian purposes. Why would they care about the baby’s future qualification for the U.S. presidency? Where is the Consular Report of Birth Abroad, which Cruz’s parents could have obtained at the U.S. consulate in Calgary? That would at least establish their intention to register him as an American citizen while they were living in Canada. For that matter, where is Eleanor Wilson’s own birth certificate? I mean, anyone can claim to have been born in Delaware, and everyone (including this dual citizen of the United States and Canada) knows that Canadians are too polite to ask tough questions. even a sheaf of birth certificates would still leave Cruz’s citizenship technically open to question. Under the law in effect in 1970, Cruz would only have acquired U.S. citizenship if his mother had been “physically present” in the United States for ten years prior to his birth, including five years after she reached the age of fourteen. Neither Cruz’s birth certificate, nor his mother’s, nor the Consular Report could irrefutably establish Eleanor Wilson’s residence for the necessary length of time. For all birthers know, she might have been living in Kenya. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!

      • victoriadelacy

        An honorable member of the U.S. Senate representing the state of Texas, Senator Cruz has already produced his birth certificate to resolve questions likely to come from the party establishment as well as from the left. Unlike Obama, his is not an 8+ layer adobe photo shop fake but rather the genuine article since Ted has absolutely nothing to hide. Obama on the other hand has put out millions to keep ALL of his early records sealed away from public scrutiny while his paternal grandmother can be heard in the you tube vodeo “Born in Kenya II” proudly declaring that Barrack had been a child of her village and that she had been an eye-witness t his birth…there in Mombasa, Kenya. With Ted having been born to an American mother and a father who was a naturalized American citizen as well as having been born on an American military base, there is no question that he qualifies as a natural born American citizen. All he has to do is renounce the Canadian citizenship accorded to him by virtue of his birth having taken place on a base that happened to be located in Canada and he is as qualified to run as was John McCain. He will make a fine President and I look forward to being able to support his candidacy for that office in 2016. The last laugh will be on the party establishment naysayers and the people from the left who are into damage control on steroids trying in vain to derail his candidacy without appearing to be anti-Hispanic racists!

  • cae973

    hell will freeze over before I ever vote for common core Bush, amnesty Rubio or any other Rhino!

  • zcactus2

    Jeb Bush would absolutely guarantee a Hillary Presidency PERIOD!! Time to run a Cruz, Paul, West, and even a Palin. F the MSM

  • TimAZ

    You must be talking about yourself Frank. If not. How much more condescending can you be Frank? You obviously have a low opinion of those of us who read articles from The Last Resistance. You go ahead and vote for whoever the old media tell you to. Most of us will be making our own decisions based on what benefits our country and not the democrat socialist party or the gop establishment.

  • sandyinindy

    YES!!!! The Bushes come from a looooonnnnng line of New World Order which does include Jeb. I think the Bushes should listen to Mrs. Barbara Bush and stay out of National politics for a while – country is tired of the Bush Dynasty! (Plus Jeb is PRO Common Core education, which “I think” is very, very bad for our kids!)
    .
    But, I don’t see what’s so bad about doing what the libs do: lie through your teeth that we are Moderate Repubs and once elected re-introduce our Constitution. Libs do this all the time, that is the only way they have been elected in the past. NOW, we have a lot of takers, it will be harder for us.

  • TexasTemplar

    Jeb married a Mexican woman and his sympathies are with her and her family. Jeb supports open borders, the DREAM ACT and total amnesty for illegals already in the US..

    • BEAVAJGART7V

      More reasons we don’t want him.

  • William Riley

    The Bush Family was destined by Devine FIAT to rule. All Hail the Great Bush Name and family.

  • Clint

    The first guiding principle should be: Whichever candidate is pushed in the primary by the “elites” of the RNC, is the candidate who should be deleted from consideration by any and all conservative voters! The RNC Party elites are killing the Republican Party while they claim to be rebuilding it. Don’t believe a thing they say.

  • paulrph1

    Why would the not want this. Both George and George W are both progressives and so is Jeb.

  • dv Vaughn

    Rand paul or bust!!!!

  • sanman99

    ahhhh, ummmm let me think about it for a moment, (moment) HELL NO!!!

  • Maggie18

    The Left putting Bush in? Come on. The Bilderbergs, CFR, etc. puts both left and right candidates in. You are being played.

  • mickeymike2

    All I can say is this . . . vote for the guy you want in the primaries. BUT, vote for anyone on the Republican ticket in the 2016 election. Please don’t waste your vote to prove a point. The future, and possibly the very existence of America, will be at stake. A third party candidate cannot and will not win. So you can bet that Hilary will get elected if we spit our vote. And, if you think Obama is bad, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Both Hilary and Obama are dyed in the wool liberals who will do anything . . . lie, cheat, steal . . . to promote their socialist programs. Only difference is Hilary is vicious. SO PLEASE, work hard to get your man the Republican nomination, but don’t cut off your nose to spite America. Yes, hold your nose, if necessary, but vote Republican.

    • munkybiznus

      you sed it b4 I could type it.

      • mickeymike2

        Years back I voted for Ross Perot in the Presidential Election. He didn’t win, but Clinton did. Compared to Hilary and Obama, Bill Clinton was a superstar.
        Thing that scares me is that it is obvious that many voters are going to either stay at home or vote for some “perfect” candidate who has no chance to win . . . but can certainly help to elect Hilary. I firmly believe that there has to be term limits for all Representatives and Senators, and that their retirements should be based on the amount of pay they received in the years they served for us (i.e., like it was intended, while they were away from their primary vocation in which they were employed in private industry like the rest of us). This crap has got to stop. We are paying these people to represent us . . . not just some rich people who contributed big bucks to put them into a cushy job that provides them an income and benefits for the rest of their lives even if they only serve one term.

    • usmadgirl

      mickeymike2,
      You are absolutely right! Why is it that so many can’t SEE this? The reason the Dumbocrap Party wins (besides voter intimidation, voter fraud & rigging the Soros voting machines) is because they are UNITED in their EVIL AGENDA. The reason the GOP is in the toilet is because it is SPLIT between the establishment progressive NWO RINOS & the TRUE Conservatives. We need to first replace all the RINOS up for reelection this November (that includes local elections) with Conservatives!

      How often do we have to be reminded “United we STAND, divided we FALL”? Libertarians are the worst about this! They act like self-centered brats “If MY candidate isn’t running, I’m not voting”! That is SO dumb! This isn’t about the “perfect” candidate (the last time I checked, Jesus is not running). This is about the entire existence or non-existence of our Republic.

      This administration has just about “done us in” to the point of irreparable damage! If ANY Dumbocrap wins, we are FINISHED, OVER, GONE FOREVER as a nation! Doesn’t anyone have enough common sense to understand that? We already have to compete with progressive propaganda about the GOP, refusing to implement “voter ID” (like we DO have in TN) so they can continue busing in illegals, ineligible voters, people voting several times, also machine tampering & every criminal action they can think of to defeat us; SO we certainly don’t need splitting the votes by 3rd party or write-in candidates! That’s insane!

      Evidently WE need an “EVIL AGENDA” to UNITE us & that SHOULD BE to rid our government of Communist Dumbocraps forever! There’s nowhere else to GO people! America was the ONLY “shining city on the hill”, the only refuge for those seeking shelter from their tyrannical governments! Now, WE have the TYRANNICAL government & nowhere to seek refuge ourselves!

      • mickeymike2

        You are absolutely right. Is could be our last chance. America is right on the brink. Another socialist liberal, like Hilary could end OUR America. Again, fight for your primary candidates. But if your first choice looses, VOTE REPUBLICAN in the election . . . NOTICE I SAID VOTE . . . PLEASE. These next elections are both S O S and S O A (Save Our America). Our Freedom is really at state. It’s gotten to the point that I wonder if the government is monitoring these blogs to see if you are a conservative.

        • usmadgirl

          mickeymike2,
          You certainly don’t have to worry about us not voting, even though the system is rigged! I’ll vote for the Tasmanian Devil himself if he has an “R” beside his name, before I’ll vote for ANY Dumbocrap!!! Couldn’t be any WORSE or cause any more damage than the tyrannical criminals we have now!

          This IS our last chance! If the GOP doesn’t win the House & the Senate this year & if we don’t get rid of at least SOME of the RINOs, we’ll be permanently screwed! O’Dumbo will continue using his “pen & his phone” dictatorship to finish us off & Harry Hitler will regurgitate more of his lies about the GOP & the “Do Nothing” House when HE’s been the one sticking the monkey wrench in the spokes by refusing to bring anything to the Senate for a vote!

          You can bet your boots (in my case “flip flops”) that THIS government IS monitoring ALL the Conservative blogs. That’s the entire purpose for the NSA! They’re not trying to “protect us from terrorists”! They ARE the TERRORISTS!

  • liberty49

    I am NOT voting a another Bush! The last one betrayed conservatives. Let’ win with a ‘write-in’ Tea Party vote and sweep the nation of these liberals and communists.

    • munkybiznus

      All a “write in” or 3rd party will do is Guarantee DAMRAT victory

  • geneww1938

    Keep it in the New World Order family.
    Google ‘Preston Bush Iron Cross’ and ‘Mena airport Bush Clinton’

    Follow the money.

  • Brenda Lewis

    NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • jime1

      AGREED

  • jime1

    Two Bush presidencies were far more than ENOUGH!!

    • barefootmtgirl

      Either Bush beat the hel@ out of the current one! Just not Jeb, no…

  • 19greg45

    If elected POTUS, Jeb will be just another compliant, go-along to get-along RINO that leftist democrats can roll at their pleasure and make him do their bidding, while as usual, they give Republicans NOTHING in return. If Jeb runs and loses, we are right back to Square 1 where we are now and have been stuck on since Obama was elected. No hope, no change, no future either except more of the same old job and economy killing policies. There is no future in continuing FAILURE.

  • USCBIKER

    Scott Walker is a better candidate than Cruz, Rubio, West or Carson. He’s a Gov., not a gridlock diddler like those in Congress. He’s also done incredible things in uber lib WI. Despite having been a Gov. Jeb’s a progressive RINO and will only lose in the general election. I love Carson but he’s way too nice and either running mate or Surgeon Gen. material.

    • munkybiznus

      At PRESENT Walker would be my choice, ,,, We’ll see who wants to move to DC (as sick as that sounds)

  • Loosgravel

    I’m sure Jeb is a nice guy and was a good governor. However, enough is enough. Two Bushes were perfectly adequate. A third would be tiresome and I’ll bet a majority of the American people would feel the same way. The idea of a Bush and Kennedy dynasty is repulsive. As for the media determining the Republican candidate I just can’t go for it. The Republican party has to take full responsibility for picking lousy candidates….they do just fine all by themselves. It can only be hoped that they have learned something about allowing NBC, CNN, or the NY Times to be the only ones who make the choice of who will be debate moderators. NBC and their fellow sycophant CNN should not even e considered to participate. And if Fox doesn’t play a roll then the Republican Party should tell the media to forget it and spend their money and time in a more productive manner.

  • Chuck Withrow

    I will not vote for Jeb. He has been up here in TN campaigning with Bill Haslam for Common Core. My son is a sophmore in high school and has common core classes. He spends most of his time teaching and mentoring other students.The teachers barely teach. If you have a question “The answer is in the book”.

    • usmadgirl

      Chuck,
      I received a notice from “Freedom Works” on the 16th stating that the TN House had voted 82-11 to delay Common Core in TN for 2 years. I haven’t heard anything else. My neighbor teaches 6th grade & she said CC is horrible. She spends more time with the CC bureaucracy than she does teaching!

      Our RINO Senator Alexander was also with RINO Haslam & RINO Bush pushing Common Core. As far as I’m concerned, TN sold its soul to the FED for a few federal dollars. I can’t believe what used to be one of THE most conservative states has been sucked into the evil web of progressive lies! I’m from a family of Conservative teachers & had planned to be a 1st grade teacher all my life until my grandfather (who was in his 50th year of teaching when he died) advised me against it; so CC makes me sick!

      • Chuck Withrow

        I work in TN, but my son goes to school in DeSoto County MS. It is
        already in use. They want to dumb down the population and make them all
        sheep. We had that before, it was called SEGREGATION. Southern democrats
        fought hard to keep it, and now RINO’s are fighting hard to get it back!

        • usmadgirl

          Chuck,
          I certainly feel for you & your son! Thank God, my sons are grown, married & have no kids! I don’t have a “horse in this race” but all my neighbors have little ones & I hate the thought of their being indoctrinated by progressive Communist idiots!

          I went to those “awful public schools” & got a great education. Maybe it was because I grew up in the conservative South with conservative teachers! My dad died at 42 when I was 16 & my mom had to work a 2nd job after he died; so she couldn’t afford to send me to a private school & didn’t have time to home school me (she was Valedictorian of her class). Not everyone can afford it. Most of us have to work 24/7 just to survive now. We sent our sons to a Christian school for 2 years but my (now deceased) husband got laid off & we couldn’t afford it. They both got a decent public education too; so I guess it depended on where you lived THEN, but NOW with the progressive minority running the show, it doesn’t matter WHERE you live! Everything this administration & all the progressives are doing is ALL about CONTROL … education, healthcare, speech, guns, food, jobs, energy, etc! Like you said, they want us all to be sheep (or slaves)! That’s why we have to take a lesson from them & win this election by any means necessary!

  • ZACAL

    Liberals just want to knock the name bush. Wouldn’t be nice to run Obama vs Bush. I say the liberals would get crushed the same way as they will this fall.

    • LABobE

      The GOP is no longer a national party. They may do well in off year elections but they can’t get 270 EC. votes under any circumstances

      • ZACAL

        So you’re saying never ever will the be another republican elected.
        I’ll put up some good money on that claim. If democrats keep on doing what we’ve seen so far, and there is no end in sight – you better be good at standing in soup lines. And you can forget about Obamacare, you won’t be able to afford it. We can’t afford it now. Our military is being trashed. You better think that statement over.

  • hmmathis

    Can you say, “John McCain all over again?”

  • Mary

    Another NWO shill!

  • barefootmtgirl

    As usual, here we go again…I want this one, no this one wants that one, no the other wants independant voting…people are so divided, we will never win, NEVER!

  • danstewart

    Sounds like 2008, just different name.

    • munkybiznus

      You mean the DEMS getting on all the sites to STIR the pot????? YUP

      • danstewart

        Also the slime stream media. They praised McCain until he won the primary, then they attacked him. I expect the same to happen in 2016.

  • pghpatriot

    NOT by the hair on my chiny chin chin! Rove doesn’t have enough money to get me to vote for Bush, Christie or Ryan!!!!! NO SALE!!!!

    • WhateversFair

      NO WAY I will ever vote for Jeb Bush, Chris Christie or Paul Ryan in a primary election. And, it’s 50/50 at best that I would ever vote for any of them in a general election.

    • LABobE

      The Koch brothers do!

      • pghpatriot

        I’m no paragon of virtue, but even their money wouldn’t get me to vote for any of those, or any other, RINO. That is why we are in this dung! Three things that aren’t for sale. My family; my Religion; my country. PERIOD! I didn’t spend 20 years defending it only to sell it out! Now my cat….. he’s a different story. :o)

  • LABobE

    It doesn’t matter what KOOK the GOP nominates. The Dem’s have a LOCK on the electoral college. There’s over 270 votes from blue states that aren’t even in play. Had Mittens won EVERY single “swing state’ he STILL would have lost.

  • chock

    NO,NO,NO…..Don’t do it. We win with conservatives not liberals.

  • v steve

    No way, No how, Never.

  • chock

    I have renewed faith in the American people since Scott Wagoner (tea party and garbage service owner) whipped the democrat and the establishment republican by being forced to be a write in candidate. He won. They are screaming and gnashing their teeth. They pulled political stunt so he couldn’t have his name on ballet. He won anyway. He say he would take no pension, no heath care and only 2 terms in office. He said these are part time jobs and we should not be giving the politicians all these benefits. I say yeah. If they can do it there, we can do it all over. Go tea party, go conservatives. Won State Senate Seat……

  • singer23

    Is it possible that they mean, “Run From Him?” I think two Bush’s were two, to many!

  • LABobE

    The tea party may rant & rave but at the end of the day they will bend over & take whatever RINO the GOP establishment & their Wall Street masters tell them to take. Just like they did with Mittens & McCain.

  • Donald H Sullivan

    I’m making a flat out prediction: Hillary in 2016. I read these comments and it’s “deja vu all over again” as Yogi would say. I remember the same talk from the the self-described strong conservatives, or wing nuts, and their calling everybody a “Rino” who did not agree with them 100 percent on everything down the line. That, my friends, is what got Obama in for a second term. They’re doing it again for Hillary. I’ll agree that Romney may not have been the best choice, but the man loves this country and is head and shoulders above Obama, who hates this country. Really good, sincere Republicans will vote for the GOP nominee over the Dem’s nominee. Anyone who calls him/herself a Republican and doesn’t vote Republican is a flat out TRUE RINO, for they are the ones responsible for Obama being in the WH now. I, for one, will vote for West, Bush, Carson, Cruz, Paul, or whoever else is nominated. But too many will stay home and pout if their man isn’t nominated…and hello Hillary.

    • LABobE

      It’s a myth that conservatives stayed home in the last election. Mittens got more votes then McCain & even Dubya in ALL the swing states.

  • Truth goes 100 MPH

    The same Jeb Bush who just helped honor Hanoi Jane Fonda? Only a Lib/Prog would love him.

  • The Truth

    Hey Conservatives !!!!

    Do YOU Want to…LOSE… the Next Presidential Election in 2016 ???…..Then Nominate – Jeb Bush

  • asoro

    they Jeb to run because they know he will not win,,,, how dumb do they think every body is? Well people did vote for the Obugger twice so maybe they have a point

  • The Truth

    Just Say NO…..

    NO more OBAMAs
    NO more BUSHs
    NO more CLINTONs
    NO more KENNEDYs
    NO more REIDs
    NO more PELOSIs
    NO more SCHUMERs
    NO more JACKSONs
    NO more FEINSTEINs
    NO more BOXERs
    NO more WASSER SCHUTZs

    YOU GET IT !

  • Douglas W. Rodrigues

    Of course the Liberals would rather the Republican establishment run a RINO than a true Conservative.

  • Donald York

    Nah, Not Jeb. No thanks.

  • charlie

    jeb cannot be trusted. if they run him it will be another mistake like the last two times. He is a rino, and wants amnesty and the sorry common core abominations . he cannot be considered

    • munkybiznus

      One quick way to tell the Dems from conservatives is they say THEY when speaking of the RIGHT

  • munkybiznus

    I’m no Bush, Christr or ANY supporter, but when the dominant candidate emerges from the pack, THAT’S who will have MY support. I’m getting a bit tired of DNC

  • Patricia Diane Jamison

    This would just be a continuation of the NWO. The last one behind a closed door signed in the Patriot Act which wrote them all above the law, the Constitution. We don’t need or want another one of those. The people of this country have been burned enough by both parties it is time to retire them(both parties) and start over with representation that would actually represent what this country stands for and for it’s citizens rights. The citizens need to come up with their own representation for a vote, as the representation for decades has led us down a path of destruction and none of the established representation need bother to run again. We need representation that represents this country and it’s citizens not their party agenda or corporate agenda or the NWO agenda. They are finished as they have already proven their intent, the name for it is TREASON, and the ones who aid in this agenda are traitors. Until the Patriot ACT is removed all you are going to get is more of what we have. We have representation that just does the song and dance to delay for another vote and in all honesty if they can’t act now and uphold our Constitution and earn the vote, none of them need bother to run for office again. If they won’t do anything now, they won’t do anything later but continue the NWO agenda. It is time for either the States Convention or the spring event, or the peoples last resort. If they aren’t going to listen, where we go from here is entirely up to the representation they have stepped over the line, another line has been drawn, and it has been crossed.

    • munkybiznus

      If you want any change AT ALL, first step is ridding ourselves of the DNC

      • Patricia Diane Jamison

        You can’t leave out ridding ourselves of the other party participants as well. You also can’t have just one party either that results in the same as what we have now as there is no visible separation of parties. We need new parties to arise those that have nothing to do with our current parties that will uphold our Constitution and Bill of rights.

        • munkybiznus

          And HOW do you propose this????? The MAJORITY of the voters rules…….Separating Conservatives only HELPS the LEFT.

        • Patricia Diane Jamison

          There are only a fraction of the people that vote, many that do not vote it is a NO vote to all of the above. The majority of this country feels the same as I do, this is an observation of decades of conversations of many peoples. (Yes I exercise my right to vote) It has come down now to the wire, the lines have been crossed, the Constitution provides for this situation, and some are exercising that, if that fails, the last resort of the people will come into view as no other choice. If our representation are that irresponsible to let it get that far then it is definitely time for the last resort. The cost of the nation and what it stands for, and all the generations that have given their lives to preserve it, and that includes every generation of my family history from the beginning of this nation will not go down in vain, it cannot be for nothing, we cannot roll over to this destruction of this nation. I am not alone with this stand. The election process is corrupt, and when you actually count the votes, it is a mere small fraction of this nation, and that is because the majority of this nation is not represented. They were not given their representation, they were only given the bought and paid for puppet of an agenda of two parties. That isn’t a choice for representation, that is a forced agenda. The people do have a last resort. There are actually some representation that recognizes that and for the time being there is a song and dance being performed. When it comes down to the bottom line, the people and freedom will prevail, and with this it is a matter of fact. No one wants to live in Nazi land.

        • munkybiznus

          I’m a 20 yr Vet Pat——I know—But stirring up the conservatives against each other is a “trick”, “tactic” that has been used by the Left for YEARS… the bad part is that it has WORKED…… The only way the nation will get out of the quagmire is FIRST rid ourselves of the LEFT WING NUTS

        • Patricia Diane Jamison

          :) of both parties….. I believe we are both on the same page, and our situation is in dire straits, and it has come down to the bottom line. This was not how I wanted to spend my golden years, but it is what it is, and none of us can rule out the possibility of the last resort, at which I might last a whole 6 minutes but it will be the most valuable 6 minutes of my life and I won’t go down alone. I will have a clear conscience as I will have done all that I can do. I truly have faith in the real citizens of this nation, most of them are our veterans, and I count on them , and they can count on me. Whatever it takes freedom will prevail.

        • munkybiznus

          AMEN and sobeit

        • Patricia Diane Jamison

          :) sobeit. And so it shall be done…..Never give in, Never surrender. Freedom will prevail this I know.

        • Patricia Diane Jamison

          Thank you for your Service. Depending on how things go you and all other veterans will still be needed before this is corrected, as I don’t have faith in the representation to have what it takes to bring us all back where this nation is suppose to be. It will be up to the true citizens of this nation to turn things around, and that would be our veterans, and citizens that have the vested interest in this nation. Which is the majority contrary to the illusion portrayed by the propaganda.

        • munkybiznus

          Oathe Keeper and Patriot I’m here til I draw my last

        • Patricia Diane Jamison

          There is where my faith is, you sir, and all those like you,and I hold the same mind set as to my upbringing as a descendant from the beginning, but still I am only a fraction of that ability and I can only do what I can do as a female, but it is you and all those like you that is what counts and is what matters and is what will make the difference when it comes down to the bottom line. The line has been drawn, and we are all in this together. Whatever it takes.

  • Donna Lampkin

    Jeb is for Common Core. He will not get my vote!

    • munkybiznus

      Well thar’s another Liberal that can’t be counted on

  • Denise

    I will not vote for any Bush! They are all self centered globalist. If McCain didn’t teach Republicans anything, then nothing will!

    • munkybiznus

      Keep the Muzlims in power then,,,,,,,,,,,Enjoy your Burkha

      • Denise

        The Bushes are not a viable option! Remember GW holding hands with all of the Saudi Royals? Do you recall all of the satanic Ramadan dinners that the Bushes hosted at the White House? Do you recall GW’s statement: ” The God of the Christians and the god of Islam are the same god!” Do recall this statement in both of GW’s inaugural addresses? 1st address: “It is the angel in the whirlwind who directs this storm.” 2nd address; “It is still the angel in the whirlwind who directs this storm.” Most people thought that these were quotes from the bible, they are not. The bible quote is….”sew to the wind and reap the whirlwind,” It’s a warning! The angel in the whirlwind is Lucifer.

        Then there is papa Bush, he is the second President to call for a “New World Order,” the first was Hitler. The Bushes are card carrying members of the occult. They are Bonesmen, they are globalist, and they are willing shills for Islam.

        Grand Papa conducted business with Hitler. They are all on the same path to a one world government, one that capitulates to Islam. So elect another Bush and enjoy your own Burkha!

      • jerry1944

        And if the gop keep going to mods we could. And since the gop dont like conservatives are Tea Party ppl in there party any more its time for a 3rd party. The gop mite have changed it principles but i havent changed mine

        • munkybiznus

          You ur reading me WRONG—————–I’ve been a TPer since Incepcion, as YET the national numbers do NOT back a third party…………..fighting TP against the R’s would be suicide for BOTH, which the Left and LSM are pushing for…..

        • munkybiznus

          Brothers fight brothers (TP?R’S) but another breaks in (lefties) TOGETHER brothers win

  • colsooonscoorner

    My simple answer to Jeb, we don’t want a dynasty. Your Father & brother were quite enough! No more Bushies!

  • bull57

    If Jeb is to be the face of the Republican Party there is absolutely no doubt a 3rd party will be closely behind and the duMbocraps would have won again. Not so dumb of them!

  • sc

    yes this is all we need another loser picked by the DNC.

  • aviationfinance

    If the conservatives don’t get behind ONE candidate early on, And Stick with Him, the Democrats will Win Again by Default, and by Stealing the election….

    We need a STRONG Tea Party Constitutional Conservative and the GOP had better back him 100% or we don’t stand a chance against a full blown liberal Communist takeover…..

    • Ctaj

      I think you’re a bit pessimistic. While I agree we need a good Tea Party Conservative nominee, I don’t think we wouldn’t stand a chance without one. We would only need a swing of around 2% from the last election result to win, and the Democrats have managed to alienate a lot of the youth vote with ObamaCare and the job situation. I can’t believe the GOP will be stupid enough to put up another nominee who personifies Public Enemies #1 and #2, Wall Street and ObamaCare, like they did last go-around.

  • phylmike34

    THE GOP IS THE ONE WHO IS DOING THIS,THEY HATE THE CONSERVATIVES!

    • munkybiznus

      Spoken like a true Liberal—————————-BS

      • munkybiznus

        Libs break in to Consevative blogs continuqally to pick small differences between us to pick fights

        • jocasseejo

          That would be you.

        • munkybiznus

          Being anti Libertarian does NOT make me anti-conservative…. Libertarians are one of the MAIN reasons we have Obama today

        • Ctaj

          What the hell are you talking about? Are you another bible-thumping totalitarianist who has a problem with liberty?

        • munkybiznus

          Libertarians tearing up the choice of the R’s last election—————-telling the voters that it made no difference???? Libertarians were why MOST of the voters dfidn’t vote……………. Libertarians lost VA to the Dems—-they make me BARF

        • Ctaj

          When the biggest issue on the table was ObamaCare, and Romney was still supportive of Romney Care, really, was there a difference? The GOP lost because it didn’t give the voters a clear ideologically different choice. Romney was a nice enough guy, but he had eastern establishment written all over him. The only difference between an eastern establishment Democrat and an eastern establishment Republican is the color of their tie. They drink together at the same trough.

    • Ctaj

      A few days ago, I donated $5 to the RNC, and told them I’d be donating 100 times as much to the Tea Party candidates they oppose.

  • jocasseejo

    It’s the GOP Rino Elite that keep falling for these so-called moderate candidates(aka liberal Rinos)~NOT the grassroots voters. The GOP elites claim that “their” candidate du jour is the ONLY candidate that can beat the dems’ candidate and using their money, influence, and power shove that candidate to the forefront. Every 4 years they do this and then blame the Tea Party for causing “their” candidate to lose. The elites don’t get it~”We The People” don’t want their STINKING liberal Rino candidates, WE want a true conservative. Why vote liberal lite?? If you want liberal leaders, then why not vote the REAL thing which is the dems. WE want a true conservative with conservative values.

    I held my nose and voted for McCain~then I voted for Romney~I WILL NOT VOTE FOR Jeb Bush or any other of his ilk. I’ll write-in a candidate before I vote for these kind of candidates again. I think the Tea Party needs to run their own candidate. I think Scott Walker would be a great POTUS candidate with Trey Gowdy as VicePOTUS.

    • munkybiznus

      Ticket sounds GREAT———–let’s GET-ER-DONE AS an R ticket

    • Ctaj

      Polls suggest that 35% of registered voters support the Tea Party Movement — about 50 million people. If the average Tea Party Supporter just donated $100 to Tea Party Candidates, that would be $5 billion, or more than 4 times as much as Obama was able to raise from all the special interests, unions, and everybody else combined.

      People complain about money influencing our elections, but the American people spend over 4 times as much on chips and dips than on all federal elections combined. If you want to save this country with Tea Party candidates, put your money where your mouth is.

      Running the Tea Party as a 3rd party would be a Democrat’s wet dream. Totally idiotic idea. No third party candidate has won since Lincoln, and he was the second try. The first Republican candidate got his ass kicked.

  • RevG

    The last thing we need is another Bush in the white house be it Hillary or Jeb.

  • RevG

    I would support a Rand Paul Ben / Carson Ticket

    • Ctaj

      There are a number of combinations I could support, but Paul/Carson would be my first choice, once I straighten Carson out on his stupid gun control position. That’s not only stupid, it’s a political loser. But I like everything else about him.

      Carson’s solution to the health care problem: put everyone on HSA’s that they own at birth. I like it.

    • Michael J. Fell

      There is no Speaker in the Senate. The Speaker is in the House of Representatives. The leader of the majority in the Senate is called the Senate Majority Leader.

  • Michael J. Fell

    No thank you. America needs another Bush in the White House like it needs another Clinton. Of course FOX News isn’t doing much better, they’re already pushing Chris Christie down America’s throat.

    • usmadgirl

      Even Barbara Bush, Jeb’s own mother, thinks there are other people in the country besides the Clintons, Bushes & Kennedys to run for office. She doesn’t want him to run, but said she’d support him if he did!

      As far as FOX supporting Christie – not so much since “Bridgegate”! They’re pushing other RINOs now! We have LET the media chose the losing candidates (with the help of voter fraud & machine tampering) for the past 2 elections. We can’t do it again!

      • Michael J. Fell

        After Christie spoke at CPAC FOX started in with the “comeback kid” nonsense. They have resumed “debating” about him running against HRC in 2016.

        • usmadgirl

          Michael,
          The people at CPAC were receptive to him because most Conservatives are nice, forgiving people, but he was at the bottom of the CPAC poll! I don’t know WHO decided the people wanted Christie in the first place. They talked about him being first in the polls for awhile, but WHOSE polls? Maybe it was a GOP Establishment Poll, but every poll I’ve seen has shown him at the bottom of the list! I didn’t know Fox had been trying to “revive” him but that figures! It’s like they’re intentionally pushing the candidate they KNOW won’t win…again! I’ve had to turn Fox off for a week while they beat the dead horse of the missing Malaysian 777 over & over & over! I can’t imagine what the loved ones of the missing are going through, but we’re sick to death of their absolutely worthless “speculations”! When they find something, let us know, but until then, give it a rest because while that’s going on, you can bet that O’Dumbo & his evil minions are doing SOMETHING to finish us off!

        • Michael J. Fell

          Yes, FOX has resumed pushing Christie. Why don’t they do something useful like report on the 2014 midterm election primaries? Nope, can’t do that…gotta compete with CNN for ratings by covering the great missing airplane mystery…meanwhile, the barry husein dictatorship continues to shred the U.S. Constitution and disobey laws in order to ensure “social justice” prevails. By social justice, they mean Apartheid, with the black minority suppressing the white majority. That will make it all better……………….*rolls eyes*

  • govtrumbull

    This is the reason our Country is in the mess it is. What the political elite is doing is causing the same sicknesses, which incest causes in Humans. Keep ten percent of the public officials that are Patriots and replace the remaining ninety percent with new blood, and choose someone who will support the constitution for President. No more “One World” politicians.

  • pupster40

    Just what we need, another progressive wannabe in the pile of government dung.

  • David Roberts

    A bird in the hand & two Bush’s are quite enough, thank you.

  • rightsright

    NO JEB BUSH! The Bushes are part of the Bilderberg group and are with Obama on the destruction of America. When Jeb was Gov. of Florida, he used his power to benefit his family in a way I consider corrupt. No Jeb Bush!

  • rightsright

    The Republicans have so many promising new young people, so watch out for them being destroyed by the “Obama spying machine” that was used in the 2012 election to know every move the Romney campaign was making. Trey Gowdy is a person that I am paying attention to also. Allen West was cheated out o f his win in Florida. We’re loaded with true patriots that are working to get the message out there, but they really need our help. We need to seriously look at the scope of cheating that occurred in the 2008 and 2012 elections in order to be ready for 2014 and 2016! Who ever could justify voting without a picture ID? bussing people around to vote over and over again, using machines that are able to be tampered with(confirmed by manufacturer), sending out military ballots late so they could not be returned on time(since most are Republicans) dead and pets voting by absentee ballots and Illegals voting. I am not sure if I caught all of the ways the corruption came into play, but I also heard that the votes were counted by an organization in Spain with ties to Obama. Does anyone know if this is true or not? Obama flaunts his lies and self spending in our faces and dares us to do anything about it. I guess he is trying for his Martial Law action!

    • usmadgirl

      rightsright,
      You’re right on all counts. I can’t swear to this, but the deal about the Spanish organization was said to be tied to George Soros. If anything is being done to further destroy the US, you can pretty much bet that it’s tied to or funded by some of Soros’s MANY organizations!

  • Voltair

    The hard truth is that the Republican party has outlived its usefulness to the American electoral system. Until conservatives finally see that light, and develop their own political party, they will still be treading water and filing the same old complaints about Republicans.

  • River

    Politically Conservative: Believe in small (minimalist) government, Believe the Obama administration and Congressional fools are destroying our country by turning it socialistic and trashing the Constitution. Etc, etc.
    Socially Liberal: Believe in gay rights and gay marriage, Believe in women’s right to choose (pro-choice), Believe in maintaining social security and medicare for our seniors, Etc, etc.

  • Charles Almon

    A creationist will never be elected president.
    And that goes for Rand Paul, and the ‘playing both side of the fence’-
    Marco “I’m no scientist, man. Rubio.
    Your candidates are comic figures to intelligent people.

    • danstewart

      You just admitted you’re a libturd dumbocrap. Someday you may wake up, but I doubt it, so keep drinking the devils koolaid.

      • Charles Almon

        Ted Nugent was just paid $16,000 to NOT appear at an event.
        when the conservative group realized, through feedback, that booking him
        WAS NOT a good idea.
        Seems YOUR side is waking up.

        • danstewart

          He was probably paid by a dumbocrap because you guys are afraid of him.

    • RedMeatState

      define “intelligent”, please.

      • Charles Almon

        People who DON’T vote against their best interest.
        Republicans are the “ONLY FOR CORPORATE INTERESTS” party.
        They do nothing for middle class working Americans NOTHING.
        They raided our Social Security accounts and now
        are raiding our pensions.
        And the rubes just eat it up by letting themselves be distracted with
        phony social issues, like abortion and gay marriage.

        • RedMeatState

          No, you just defined your broad generalized bias. Have you noticed who’s been running the USDA/FDA and all those corporate interests? And who’s been raiding SSA since it’s inception, but especially since the early 60’s? As far as “phoney issues” go, you’re full of them!! The moral character of a nation matters, history has proven it repeatedly.

          Better run back to your government union job, bucko!!

        • Charles Almon

          Terminating unwanted pregnancies
          and one’s sexual orientation are not moral issues.
          That’s your major problem.

  • Frank W Brown

    NO MORE BUSHs, NO MORE BUSHs, NO MORE BUSHs, PERIOD!

  • Frank W Brown

    We’ve had enough Bushs for a thousand years….

  • el_loco_jp

    If Jeb want to run, let him run as a Demoncrap. He much more closely matches their platform.

  • puglianana

    Like his mother said, “We don’t need another Bush in the white house”. I love the Bush family, but, I think a Rand Paul or Ted Cruz would be better.

  • Germansmith

    Exactly…..
    Why would the Republicans pick Jeb Bush? He may win and them Websites like the “Last Resistance” would have little to bitch about.
    Better Hillary win, so the money will keep on coming from the conservatives PAC.
    As a Republican from Florida, Jeb would make a much better President that Dubya, he was a very good Governor that attracted Democrats and Latins to vote for him. He speak Spanish and has a Latin wife, but he will not run.

    Instead, let us do as a wood brain below suggest . Lets nominate 2 blacks dudes , a crazy one that could not even hold to his district in Florida and a neurosurgeon that has NO intentions in running….I am sure we can win the South with that combination.
    What a loser !!!!. Last time I watch the movie “Idiocracy” it was not funny anymore

  • LZAKAR

    Just what the new world order wants this time, Jeb Bush as president in 2016. anyway you will look at it, the new world order wants a man that they can someways control in the white house in 2016

  • 83footsailor

    The time that ** HELL ** freezes over will be the time that JEB BUSH runs as a LIBERAL LEFT WING SCUM BAG. ///////////////////////

  • freedommonger

    The next thing you know, old Jeb’s a White House heir,
    Kin folk said, “Jeb, move your a$$ in there!”
    Said, “Jeb, the White House is the place you oughta be!”
    So he loaded up his truck with his illegal family.

    Blood! – BLUE Blood!
    Texas Tea!

  • centermass1

    Jeb is nothing but a pos globalist just like his Skull and Bones brother and father.

  • Average Joe

    I find the best way to avoid the BS information from the media spread’s is not to have cable or satellite. I cut the cord and now only have Net-flicks..I read the conservative web sights and make up my own dam mine. The only time the media can bother me is when I check the weather.

  • Average Joe

    And of coarse the democrat’s want bush to be in the lead. HE CAN’T BEAT HILLARY PERIOD!

  • CountryBoy

    Since the Pravda West Media loves Bush….. I will DEFINITELY vote for someone ELSE…

    ABB — Anybody But Bush…..

  • Carolyn VanZorge

    adios jeb

  • Sarah417

    What can I say that millions haven’t already said. No more Bushes. GHW Bush was a founding member of the Trilateral Commission. He is a standing member of Center for Foreign Affairs. All New World Order organizations that plan to rule the world, thus, causing all the chaos in countries with the desire to overtake their governments. That also includes Clintons. No more Clintons.

    I am glad to see that things are beginning to come back and bite them. Anyone seen what is happening in Egypt? You don’t hear much about Syria these days. Karsai wants American troops out of Afghanistan by the end of the year. The NWO running our government has made a total mess of things. It’s now up to Americans to rid America of these destroyers of humanity. If we don’t do something soon the UN will be our government and Agenda 21 our constitution.

  • Walt

    The liberals want us to run Jeb Bush so that he wins, 4 years later they can continue their campaign of “It’s Bush’s Fault” and blame all of Obama’s years on him. This is what they do.

  • Paul Frohlich

    Rand Paul would be my choice. even Mark Levin who dislike his father have good words about Rand. Ted Cruse would be excellent only he do not excite the young or some even on the left.Rand can do it. Look at the reception he got at the university of California. A standing reception of approval from some of the most leftist university of San Francisco. My next choise would be Ben Carson. Rand and Ben are both doctors.A breath of fresh air and a new direction for America to get us out of the hole the left got us in to.Dam the the lawyers runing this place.

  • aurora9

    Another Bush RINO. Time to trim the bushes!

  • NotRightNotLeft

    McCain lost because of his ridiculous choice for VP. If the republican party wants to get back on track, it will have to nominate reasonable candidates who represent the will of the voters.

  • Davy2010

    Time to get rid of dynasty for once and forever. It is another form of monarchy backed by vested groups against the desires of the general population. They deprive true democracy and make democracy a mockery .The system got to be overhauled and streamlined allowing anyone with intelligence ,not money , to be elected.

    • Ctaj

      Anything that deprives us of democracy is probably a good thing. We are a Constitutional Republic, not a Democracy.

      Our founders were, as one historian put it, “the well read, well bred, well wed, and well fed,” and the last thing they wanted was a Democracy, because a Democracy is anti-freedom. It empowers a 50.1% majority to oppress a 49.9% minority, including taking its income and wealth by force.

      I’ve never understood why we promote Democracy around world when we don’t have one and don’t want one.

      That said, I’d prefer to not have another establishment Republican on the ticket. We need fresh blood — someone who says they want smaller government, lower taxes, and less regulation … and actually means it. The only way we’re ever going to get a handle on this debt problem is to shrink the size and scope of government.