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Jeb Bush’s First Campaign Video Introduces Him to America

Jeb Bush’s First Campaign Video Introduces Him to America

The return of compassionate conservatism?

Jeb Bush is expected to announce his run for president tomorrow, and his team has already released their first video and are touting it as Bush introducing himself to the American people.

The spot focuses on Bush’s time as governor of Florida and hits specific notes on women, minorities, the disabled, education, and jobs.

Take a look below, hat tip to The Shark Tank:

We decided to use the campaign logo as the featured image of this post because there’s been some buzz about it on Twitter.

Featured image via YouTube.


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I’m trying to screw my enthusiasm up to “meh”.

It ain’t working…

I will not vote for a Bush, I will not vote for a Clinton. If we are so far gone as a nation to have Democrat/tyrant vs. democrat/LITE as our only choice, I wonder where I have to move.


I voted for Jeb! three times for governor. I will not vote for him again because of Common Core and his stance on immigration.

Henry Hawkins | June 14, 2015 at 7:48 pm

I won’t vote for Bush for a dozen reasons, but mostly because he has already told me, because I’m a conservative, that he neither wants nor needs my vote. Well, alrighty then! Not a problem!


Cool! Jeb announced he is running for President. Cool!

What party? Did he say?

    Henry Hawkins in reply to Anchovy. | June 15, 2015 at 2:23 pm

    His team is still doing the internal polling and will decide on which party before the GOP debates in August.


For the love of Humanity! This country does not need a family oligarchy! We don’t need the Clinton Crime Family either.

Say NO to Bush. Say NO to Clinton.

Elect someone who will put this country back on the right track.

stevewhitemd | June 14, 2015 at 8:40 pm

I suppose if it’s Jeb versus Hilarity I’ll hold my nose good and tight with one hand and vote for Jeb with the other.

But I’m really, really hoping it doesn’t come down to Jeb versus Hilarity. God gawd what an awful choice.

The Friendly Grizzly | June 14, 2015 at 9:29 pm

Meet the new Jeb. Same as the old George.

Look forward to the video introducing his exit.

I supported Bush senior. No regrets.
To this day, I will occasionally send up a prayer of thanks giving that GW was POTUS on Sept. 11, 2001. He did some things during his 8 years which I vehemently opposed and some things which I will never understand. But I will never regret voting for him in 2000 and 2004; and, I so miss the grace and dignity that First Lady Laura conferred upon the White House.

I supported Jeb throughout his tenure as Florida governor. He can claim credit for some advances in the area of education, specifically in his opposition to affirmative action & quotas in college admissions. BUT, that was then and this is now and the stakes are immensely higher.

All of GW’s areas of weakness are magnified 10 fold in Jeb.
He and those with whom he surrounds himself have expressed a disdain for Americans which is utterly unforgivable. Spare me and my countrymen from your Casper Milktoast Compassionate Conservatism, please.

If the GOP finagles to put Jeb on the ticket in 2016, I’m staying home. Never, never, never said that before but I’m done supporting the faux conservative candidates who become Benedict Arnold once they get elected.
(And that goes for your little dog, Marco Rubio, too!)

Ugh. Just Ugh.

Carol Herman | June 15, 2015 at 2:11 am

If it’s Jeb against Hillary, the independent candidate wins. I’m already willing to write-in Scott Walker’s name.

And? When 2016 rolls around the Internet will be more of a powerhouse than the NY Times, CNN, and the nutworks, all rolled together.

I’m waiting for the “two fer” ads. With Hillary you get Bill. And, Drudge will with run Monica’s opinions. The GOP, today, with the Orange Drunk, and the Chinless Wonder, are the wrong people to head a party where people vote!

“Jeb? No!” There. fixed for you.

As they say in my illegal immigrant filled neighborhood, “No way, Jose!

Hillary/Jeb 2016!!

Jeb/Hillary 2016!!

There ya go peasants.(and you’ll like it)

No support for Jeb Clampett or any other Kennebunkport-ideology Hillbillies here.

Henry Hawkins | June 15, 2015 at 10:12 am

Jeb speaks with all the force and passion of a wet sponge.