Monday, June 15, 2015

'America deserves better' than Jeb

(Disclaimer: I'd hope that'd go without saying concerning HillRod, as this is a conservative blog)

Jebster, we don't need you or your pandering or anymore of your establishment...
On Monday’s Mark Levin Show: Jeb Bush officially announced his run for the 2016 presidency, and he’s being pushed by the same people that pushed against President Reagan. We have to dismiss the self-serving statements from governors with crappy records telling us we need someone with executive experience. Jeb has never talked of Americanization, which is what assimilation used to be. Instead he is segregating his message like a liberal and pandering based on ethnicity. We need a national leader that understands the importance of national sovereignty and speaks to the American people, not our races or genders, and is prepared to undo the damage of President Obama.
...not a third Bush, foolish Republican Party. And as Levin pointed out in Monday's program, we don't need a candidate who finds 'greatness in government'
"Some of the worst things that have happened in the last hundred years or so have been done by Republicans. Most of them have been done by Democrats, but many have been done by Republicans. The progressive wing of the Republican Party supported the 16th Amendment and the federal income tax. The progressive wing of the Republican Party supported the 17th Amendment and the destruction of the Senate and the usurpation of state legislatures. The progressive wing of the Republican Party pushed the EPA, they pushed OSHA. They embrace these things. The progressive wing of the Republican Party, George W. Bush, expanded Medicare. While it's imploding, the man expands it. And we can go on and on.

It's very, very rare that we've actually had a conservative president. I'm not saying a perfect president, a conservative president. It's very, very rare. There have only been a couple in the last century, Coolidge and Reagan. Now there have been presidents who've done conservative things, but I'm talking about men who are principled conservatives trying to advance the agenda, imperfectly, but nonetheless, trying to advance the agenda of federalism, of a limited central government, of slashing spending, and so forth and so on. That's their instinct, that's their desire. Whether they were able to pull it off in every instance, we know they weren't. But that's quite different, that's a different starting point, than a progressive RINO, or as I call them, these French Republicans. It's a different starting point."
The greatness is in WE THE PEOPLE, the citizenry. And Jeb can't seem to bring himself to celebrate siquiera en espaƱol.

Related links: Jeb Bush Announces White House Bid, Saying ‘America Deserves Better.’
Mitt Romney's Advice to the GOP: Focus on Minority Voters

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