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Thread: Is Jeb Bush More Electable Than Romney or Santorum

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    Out of those 4 I'd say I like Santorum the most. In terms of electability I'm not sure if I would go with Romney or Bush.
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    right now no one named Bush is electable for anything. sorry but that is the way it is.. people gonna have to get over George before Jeb can make the move.
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    If W ran against Obama right now I think W would win. Maybe I'm crazy...I'm not talking about the popular vote but the electoral. Heck, John freaking McCain would have won had Obama not had that once-in-a-lifetime voter turnout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingrider View Post
    right now no one named Bush is electable for anything. sorry but that is the way it is.. people gonna have to get over George before Jeb can make the move.
    Agreed. Way too soon for Jeb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conley View Post
    If W ran against Obama right now I think W would win. Maybe I'm crazy...I'm not talking about the popular vote but the electoral. Heck, John freaking McCain would have won had Obama not had that once-in-a-lifetime voter turnout.
    I think Romney has a chance. We agree that young voters and blacks put BO in the White House and we agree that neither group will be displaying anything like the enthusiasm they did in 2008. Plus, I don't think Romnet will generate that negative vote. People won;t come out to vote against Romney like they would Bush at this point, IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    I think Romney has a chance. We agree that young voters and blacks put BO in the White House and we agree that neither group will be displaying anything like the enthusiasm they did in 2008. Plus, I don't think Romnet will generate that negative vote. People won;t come out to vote against Romney like they would Bush at this point, IMO.
    That's fair.

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    didn't Jeb Bush do some good work with education in Florida?

    Still, I think the name is working against him not to his own fault at this point.

    But still, you can't help to feel how much Romney sound like John Kerry these days, a guy that seems to be living in a totally different world from the rest of the folk and sound awkward most of the time he tries to connect... and at least Kerry had that war vet thing going for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RollingWave View Post
    didn't Jeb Bush do some good work with education in Florida?

    Still, I think the name is working against him not to his own fault at this point.

    But still, you can't help to feel how much Romney sound like John Kerry these days, a guy that seems to be living in a totally different world from the rest of the folk and sound awkward most of the time he tries to connect... and at least Kerry had that war vet thing going for him.
    Honestly, most of these guys live in a totally different world than the rest of us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RollingWave View Post
    didn't Jeb Bush do some good work with education in Florida?

    Still, I think the name is working against him not to his own fault at this point.

    But still, you can't help to feel how much Romney sound like John Kerry these days, a guy that seems to be living in a totally different world from the rest of the folk and sound awkward most of the time he tries to connect... and at least Kerry had that war vet thing going for him.
    He puts his foot in his mouth a lot, it's true. It's unfortunate that one of the keys to gaining the presidency is the ability to speak in meaningless sound bites in a completely unrealistic and vague manner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conley View Post
    He puts his foot in his mouth a lot, it's true. It's unfortunate that one of the keys to gaining the presidency is the ability to speak in meaningless sound bites in a completely unrealistic and vague manner.
    very true..
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