At last, we have an answer to the age-old question, “For real, which Republican presidential candidate is the stupidest?” Is it Jeb Bush, having to fix everything he touches because he broked it? Is it Ben Carson, with his actual broken brain? BZZZZZ, you are all wrong, it is Ted Cruz. We know this because
Jeb Bush: a man who’s going to ride this thing all the way to the top, says Jeb Bush. A man whose raw, potent, energy would be coiled up “like a caged tiger” in a Senate job, but who’s about to unleash his might and vigor all over this Republican nomination. Read more...
Jeb Bush looked pretty moronic when he said that he'd only accept Christian refugees into the country from Syria. he looked even stupider when a reporter cornered him into telling us how exactly would he know who is a Christian and who isn't? “Well you’re a Christian,” Bush started off saying to reporters. Show More Summary
Now that Republicans like Jeb Bush and Ted Cruz have said they would only allow Christian refugees from Syria to enter the country, Dru Johnston at Funny or Die gives us a glimpse of the new religious test that the GOP will put in place:
Jeb Bush continues his quest for a religious test for refugees. BuzzFeed reported that Bush told Jack Heath of New Hampshire Today, “(Y)ou can tell when someone is a Christian in the Middle East.” “I can promise you that,” Bush went on. “By name, by where they’re born, their birth certificates. There are ample means [...]
Jeb Bush is out there touting what he apparently thinks is a big get: the endorsement of former Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge: Thanks for your support, Gov. Ridge. We need proven leadership in the White House. https://t.co/wNXnArSDu6 — Jeb Bush (@JebBush) November 25, 2015 Now, Jeb Bush can't control who endorses him. Show More Summary
There's been lots of discussion about why Jeb Bush is faltering in the Republican presidential primary competition. Despite the political consensus that Bush would be a formidable candidate, he seems uncomfortable and stiff on the trail,...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush urged President Barack Obama to take a more aggressive approach in the fight against the Islamic State, which claimed responsibility for the deadly Paris terror attacks earlier this month. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) told a New Hampshire radio host that he believes that the quickest way to separate Christian Syrian refugees from Islamic Syrian refugees would be to ask them their names and have a look at their birth certificates. BuzzFeed reported that Bush told Jack...
Every time Jeb Bush tries to take the high ground against Donald Trump, he seems to stumble into a detour.
It appears as though Republican presidential candidates can't help themselves; bigot is just their default setting.The latest in a seemingly never-ending river of right wing noxious drivel comes from a candidate desperately trying to keep a doomed campaign running. Show More Summary
"Any test will just come down to reinforcing stereotypes," warns the Arab-American Anti-Discrimination Committee. The post Civil Rights Group Blasts Jeb Bush’s Plan Screen Out Muslim Refugees By Last Name appeared first on ThinkProgress.
The GOP's Proposed 'Christian Test' F... Jeb Bush and members of the GOP have said they'd be open to letting refugees into the country if they could prove they're Christian. We came across their Christian test. Submitted by: Dru Johnston Regular Keywords: jeb bush refugees syrian refugees christianity christian test Views: 7
Was Jeb Bush SuperPAC’s big advertising push in early autumn the least effective multi-million dollar advertising campaign ever? In mid-September, Jeb Bush’s SuperPAC, Right to Rise PAC, unleashed $24 million in advertising, mostly in...Show More Summary
GOP hawks Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), Jeb Bush and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie got some powerful assistance in their argument to restore our surveillance capabilities. Former attorney general Michael Mukasey and Justice Department lawyer Jamil Jaffer write: Plainly, the terrorism threat environment is bad and getting worse. This is no time to be paring back […]
As you have doubtless noticed, the terrorist attacks in Paris have produced a rhetorical race to the bottom among the Republican candidates for President. Jeb Bush took an early lead in this descent by issuing a proposal that appeared to have been taken from the playbook of his elder brother George. Show More Summary
On Sunday’s edition of “Meet the Press,” Jeb Bush said that it was time for the United States to go to war with ISIS, and to put together an international coalition to rout the jihadis from their strongholds in Syria and Iraq. “We should...Show More Summary
After using that line of argument to great effect throughout the year against Jeb Bush, the former governor of Florida, Mr. Trump has begun to question whether Mrs. Clinton has the "stamina" to be president.
A couple of new national polls have come out over the weekend. They are very similar: ABC/Washington Post Fox News Both polls show the race to be between four candidates divided into two distinct tiers. What is most telling, though, is the way that Jeb Bush has found a comfy home at around 5%. Show More Summary
A new CBS News poll in New Hampshire finds Donald Trump leading the GOP presidential race with 32%, followed by Marco Rubio at 13%, Ben Carson at 10%, Ted Cruz at 10%, John Kasich at 8%, Jeb Bush at 6%, [...]