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Dennis L. Page says
Right. And it's seems a little crazy the Israeli PM Netanyahu is in DC lobbying for bombing Iran and against talking to them. At least Obama has opened up the conversation.
Bush is the Republican frontrunner according to the polls. He made a very coherent Q&A session at CPAC yesterday--and got a lot of applause. That's significant, considering it's a very reactionary organization.
Do you think he could beat Hillary Clinton?
He got booed and had to bus in supporters. He's a non starter, we've had two Bush's already and no conservatives want a third, we'll pass thanks. He may well run but he will be out of the race long before the last primary if he does.
I watched Bush speak from Down Under. This far removed, it's easy to see that he has the only coherent policy lines and makes other's look crazy or adolescent. Hillary can only win with a Latino VP. Billionaires want Bush.
Bush was 5th in the Iowa Quinnipiac poll, way down the list on several others I saw and lost the CPAC straw poll even after attempting to stack the vote. He's done, and good riddance RINO.
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