November 3, 2007

THE JEB-SHAPED HOLE IN THE GOP:

Governor Jeb Bush (Peter Robinson, November 01, 2007, Uncommon Knowledge)

In Florida, where Democrats outnumber Republicans, Governor Jeb Bush won both election and reelection by comfortable margins, reformed education, cut taxes, stood up for traditional moral values, and left office after eight years with an approval rating of more than 60 percent. How did he do it? Peter Robinson speaks with Governor Jeb Bush about what it means to be a conservative, his views on America’s current domestic agenda and foreign policy challenges, faith and politics, and the 2007 Republican presidential candidates. (32:24)

If you go through the Republican slate for president and tick off each candidate's weaknesses they are Jeb's strengths.

Posted by Orrin Judd at November 3, 2007 7:35 AM
Comments

If only he had a different last name.

Posted by: PapayaSF at November 3, 2007 12:36 PM

Still have my hopes for VP. He delivers Florida for sure and helps everyone with evangelicals.

Posted by: Bob at November 3, 2007 1:46 PM
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