Jeb Bush is Not Conservative

History Shows Clintons And Bushes Are NOT Electoral Juggernauts

Eric Owens, The Daily Caller

The historical facts fly in the face of the widely-held conventional wisdom that Clinton’s presidential campaign was some kind of electoral juggernaut which steamrolled all opponents in the way. On the Bush side, both George H.W. and his son George W. have been even weaker.

Is the GOP better off nominating a conservative or a moderate in 2016?

Matt K. Lewis, The Week

Moderate Republican writer Matt K. Lewis asks the question and decides the GOP had better choose someone that conservatives find at least seem minimally acceptable.

Jeb Bush makes his first pitch to South Carolina voters

Catalina Camia, USAToday

“South Carolina is a test of projectability,” said South Carolina GOP Chairman Matt Moore in an interview with USA TODAY. “If you win in South Carolina, you can win the nomination and the presidency.”

Jeb Bush's Emails Detail His Relationships With Top Donors

The Associated Press

Among the many thousands of emails Jeb Bush received as Florida governor are a string of notes from campaign donors asking favors and making suggestions.Invariably, Bush responded quickly. Sometimes, he appointed a person a donor had recommended for a position. Other times, he rejected advice about a piece of legislation. It's an insight into Bush's work as governor that's possible only because his emails are open for review, something not yet available for those sent and received by Hillary Rodham Clinton as secretary of state. 

Jeb Bush campaigns in Iowa

Thomas Beaumont, The Globe and Mail

Viewed by many as the ultimate establishment Republican, thanks to his family ties, he set out to introduce himself to voters, one at a time, in the “retail” politics that defines the campaign for president in Iowa and the other early voting states. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker drew more applause than Mr. Bush, and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie earned more laughs.

The Hillary Email Controversy Is Wrecking GOP Chances For 2016

The Hillary Clinton email scandal is important, but it is also a convenient “shiny object” to distract the media and the voting public from the fact that, on the issues, Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton are often indistinguishable and are equally acceptable to the Big Government Wall Street – Washington – Silicon Valley Axis that is looting the country and destroying the quality of life for millions of American middle class families.

Jeb Bush: Don't donate more than $1 million to my campaign - yet

Andrew Malcolm, IBD

Bush's bundlers are asking rich folks to please, please do not donate a million dollars -- yet. 

Why Does Jeb Bush Want to Raise Your Taxes?

Ryan Ellis, Forbes

The 2016 presidential race is barely underway, and one of the early controversies surrounds former Florida governor Jeb Bush’s refusal to sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge. "The Pledge” is a commitment made–in writing–to the American people that, if the signer is elected president, he won’t support any net tax increase, and there's no "read my lips" provision in it.

Christie losing home-state donors as Bush makes inroads

Matea Gold and Robert Costa, Washington Post

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is rapidly losing support among some of his most prominent home-state donors and power brokers, who are either hesitant to back him or shifting allegiance to former Florida governor Jeb Bush.

Jindal's Education Plan: Less Washington, Less Jeb Bush

Josh Kraushaar, National Journal

Jindal will reiterate his opposition to Common Core—a not-too-subtle rebuke of GOP presidential front-runner Jeb Bush's support for the educational standards that were once widely supported by most governors of both parties.

Viguerie’s Foolproof Test: Is Jeb Bush A Conservative?

Who you walk with tells me a lot about who you are. Despite all of Jeb Bush’s rhetoric about “the transformative power of conservative ideas,” Jeb Bush is the “great white hope” of the Republican establishment. SIGN THE PETITION TELLING JEB BUSH THAT YOU DON'T SUPPORT HIS RUN FOR PRESIDENT.

Jeb Bush: I'm a Conservative

William Bigelow, Breitbart

Asked whether he and fellow moderate Chris Christie could coexist with the Tea Party, Jeb Bush said, "I'm a conservative–a practicing one. I'm not a talk-about-it one. I would put my record up against anybody in Congress right now."