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Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Voters agree: No to Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney

American voters appear eager to find a new Republican name to run for president in 2016, with majorities rejecting Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush, according to a new poll.

Rasmussen Reports reveals Monday that 53 percent of likely voters do not want Bush to run for president. And 56 percent reject a third Romney candidacy, said the polling outfit.

That might not come as a shock, but Rasmussen also found that Republicans aren’t jazzed by Bush either, despite other polls showing him to be the GOP leader.

When asked if Bush should run, 33 percent of Republicans said yes, 34 percent no. And Rasmussen revealed that number of GOPers who are less likely to vote for another Bush is up from 22 percent in March to 30 percent today.



Anonymous said...

I like jeb bush. he has a history of Lowering taxes and building a revenue surplus in Florida; a very good record. He is conservative on moral issues, but he doesn't seem to get Common Core and I can't figure out what he sees good in this U.N. Agenda 21 program. not sure how he wants to deal with the illegals, except to just give them cart blanch (probably spelled that wrong, but you know what I mean). Our nation is strapped enough already to just pay for all the freebies and goodies the illegals want. Something has to give here and I'm not sure how he would do this.


But Why?

Anonymous said...

Charlie Manson would beat either of them.

We don't need Bush III or Romney III any more than we need Obama III.

Anonymous said...

no more bushes / Clintons / and obamas

Anonymous said...

Well, if the GOP does not get a conservative candidate like Jeb Bush, then, say Good-bye to the White House for another four years.

Let it be clear, in order to get to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, whether extremely liberal or extremely nonsense, you need to come to the middle. Otherwise, continue what you do best, complain about everything else, except for your own actions.

Anonymous said...

Is the hole too deep to climb out of regardless of who is elected?

Anonymous said...

A vote for Bush is not a conservative one.
The deficit will continue to climb as would the massive numbers of government give me rolls.
Bush is another take from the workers and give tothe takers kind of guy.

Anonymous said...

2:54 You almost got it. We do not need a milk toast RINO, we need the OPPOSITE of Obama. Otherwise Hillary's famous comment comes to mind " what difference does it make?"

Anonymous said...

No, 11:25, there is no "Middle". The damage done in the last years needs to be severely reversed, and at warp speed, and the GOP had better come through on a candidate that says and does that.