Meanwhile, in Florida, next Bush generation weighs in

Hotline On Call has posted this:

Jeb Bush Jr., son of the last FL governor and grandson of the first Pres. Bush, endorsed Marco Rubio today in his looming ‘10 primary battle against Gov. Charlie Crist for the Sunshine State’s open Sen seat.

Much speculation centers on whether this forebodes an endorsement by Jeb Bush the father, which would raise the heat on a Republican primary race. Many centrist Republicans have already christened Crist as the candidate most likely to retain the seat now held by Republican Mel Martinez.

But Rubio, himself Hispanic and bilingual, might be looking better to some nervous Republicans in light of the Sonia Sotomayor nomination by President Barack Obama.

Said Bush the younger:

Marco Rubio is a candidate who can help to bring our Party back on track by reaching out to our youth, entrepreneurs, Hispanics and those who believe that if you work hard enough, anything you dream can be achieved.

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4 comments Add your comment


May 27th, 2009
12:42 pm

Jeb gets it.


May 27th, 2009
9:25 pm

jeb gets it? Another bush? Just how many idiots do we have here? Another bush, another kennedy, another clinton. We’re sick of the same trash from the same trash.


May 28th, 2009
9:51 am

why do people listen to the Bushes, they are bad people simply put.Prescott Bush the grandfather kept sending money to fund Hitler so he could kill innocent people.Then he becomes head of our CIA seems to me he should have been prosecuted for war crimes. Read your history

Jim Callihan

May 28th, 2009
10:42 am

“Lou” is right, the Bush history as “war-profiteers” dating back to the late 1800’s and their Remington Arms investments is in fact, history. Ice flows through their veins and millions into their control.

However, even with that said, Jeb is right on Rubio being the better choice as a Florida Senator. He is strong on convictions and principle, and a solid fiscal manager, unlike “sun-bed-tan Charlie”.