I am not sure where you got your information, or shall I say, your opinion. But to answer your question, I assume Jeb Bush wants to run for president precisely because he is qualified and because he was an accomplished governor of Florida. For example, he added 1.3 millions jobs in Florida; he slashed taxes by 19 million; he grew the economy by 7.2 percent while the rest of the nation was at 5%; he expanded educational opportunities for poor children and oversaw dramatic improvements in children's test scores; he improved health care in a way that was completely transparent, through privately managed health care, thus overhauling the bloated and ineffective Medicare system that had been in place previously; he saw to it that the state's reserves went from 1.3 billion to 9.8 billion; He also "designated more than one million acres of land for conservation, to include the Everglades;" and through his fiscal management, Florida achieved a AAA credit rating; he handled the crisis that occurred as a result of 9 hurricanes in a manner that was fast, steady and effective. He left office with a 64% approval rating.
The list goes on and on, so frankly, when you use the word "inept," I can only guess that you hate the Bush family in general. But in this case, your assumption lacks facts to back up your claim, which is far from the truth. In fact, Jeb is probably the most qualified candidate America has. Also, he is also very transparent, having released all his financial records from the get-go. He's just not a flashy guy, like Bill Clinton, who by the way, would have achieved nothing had it not been for the Republican Congress who let him take the credit for fiscal growth and run with it. Frankly, we could use a steady and decisive man or woman in the White House who also understands foreign policy as well as immigration policy---which Jeb does.. Otherwise this country is going down even further than it has in these past seven years. I like Jeb Bush and I think the way you phrased this question is very misleading and frankly, more than a bit hostile. But, it's still a free country and you are entitled to your opinion, even if the facts don't support them.