And we’re pretty cool with the idea of Jeb never being seen or heard from again.
That’s the perfect pose Jeb. And keep it shut.
He was in New Hampshire.
Speaking to reporters after a backyard gathering in the small town of Washington where he took questions from audience members, Bush said that without knowing the specifics, he didn’t see a problem with transgender people in the armed forces, though it would depend on the role.
“I’m sure there’s a role for everybody to play in the armed forces,” Bush said in response to a question from BuzzFeed News. “I think it would depend on the role, the specific role, whether it’s appropriate or not.”
We have a problem Jeb. That problem is with Bushes in politics.
Frenemies: Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio
Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio, Republicans from Florida running for president, are taking not-so-subtle jabs at each other. Bush, 62, is highlighting his experience as governor and warning about putting another young U.S. Senator in the White House.
Rubio, 44, is making a generational argument saying it’s time to move beyond “yesterday.” The video clips come from Bush’s June 15 announcement and Rubio’s April 13 entrance in the race.