Saturday, January 16, 2016

Lindsey Graham endorses Jeb Bush

    Here's a game changer.....In the anti-establishment year, an establishment neo-con Senator endorses the establishment candidate who is at or under five points in all the polls.
    Senator Lindsey Graham is an affable campaigner and a bit of a political rainmaker in SC, but he got out because he couldn't win his own state.
    Rep Trey Gowdy of SC has already backed Sen. Marco Rubio.
Lindsey Graham endorses Jeb Bush

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

I cant figure out why this guy is still in the Race.. Grassroots America dosnt want another Bush in office.. Corporate America especially the military machine wants him in.. He has no appeal whatso ever yet he hangs in there.
I,m guessing the bigt donors he has attracted are hoping that something happens to the frontrunners.. Something like the natural born citizen which just popped up.. Trump didnt invent this problem. Bushs legal people did.
Lets see if something happens to the Donald now..
To man years of Kennedy vs Bush vs Clinton vs Nixon, and too many years of dirty politics and illegal activity from all of them to want these people to remain in power.
I must be a conspiracy theorist not to totally believe what I read about these people from good reliable scources not to be true..

Anonymous said...

8:00 you haven't been paying attention. Ever since Cruz came on the scene, there have been more than a few legal partisan minds who questioned if Cruz meets the constitutional birth requirement to become president. At the same time, there have been many more legal minds who believe the argument for his meeting the requirement, is so obvious, that it is beyond reproach.

Anonymous said...

I would vote for Bernie Sanders before I would vote for a lying..... like Lindsey Graham. He is the definition of a coward. Bernie may be insane, but he thinks he is telling the truth. Now Hill is another Barry. She is incapable of telling the truth.

Anonymous said...

Now if he can just secure the Mitch McConnell endorsement. Good luck Jeb! Maybe Donald will let you be Ambassador to Tanzania or something else really important like that.

Anonymous said...


For God's Sake - Jeb Bush give it up. Nobody wants you or should I say another BUSH for President.

Danny M. Francis (Eyepublius) said...

Wow - let's see shall we: JEB (John Ellis Bush) is in nearly last place with what, a blazing 1 to 3% poll placement. Yet, he has spent over $34 million already... (T-rump BTW has spent less than $300k) and he's in first place - figure that one out. And, they say JEB is fiscally responsible. So I'm a guessin' that with Mint Julep's endorsement will what raise JEB to what 4% or maybe even 5%?

Actually, old JEB comes across as the adult in the room along side Kasich and Christie who are mods too just to be honest about it. But, the name, well, that maybe that's the losing hand.

Anonymous said...

Best candidate for president. Hands down. What we need right now is a real leader.

Anonymous said...

Translation: "adult in the room", means they are more likely to give out freestuff than the rest of them.

We understand. When people think their freestuff is being threatened, its not surprising they get bitter and they cling to insults such as "adult in the room" or "racist" or "war on womyne" or T-Rump. They cling to antipathy toward the most popular candidates who threaten their free stuff way of life, to explain their frustration.

Anonymous said...

Finally figured out why I don't trust Cruz,he reminds me of Mr Haney from Green Acres.Same kind of weird nasally whiny voice,looks just like him,and a carpetbagger like attitude to boot.Nope,won't be voting for him.

Anonymous said...

12:18, I never noticed that. It is more common that people think he looks like Grandpa Munster:
https://www.google.com/search?q=ted+cruz+grandpa+munster&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwitwIGVhrHKAhVE1CYKHd-RDq8Q_AUIBygB&biw=1008&bih=622

Anonymous said...

I can kinda see that, but grandpa Munster was too old, have a look at Mr Haney he looks just like him.

Anonymous said...

Oh 1:41, we all appreciate your partisan blather about "adult in the room". Truth is, you are only expressing your fear of someone out of the party line establishment. What is it you seek? The kind of adults that gave up all our gains in the Middle East? Or the adults who added trillions to the debt? How bout the adults who shipped guns to Mehico to influence public views on gun control? These same adults ended up getting our own people killed. Or how about the adults who declined to answer their phone when helpless diplomats screamed for help? But in fairness, the Liar in Chief had a big fundraiser the next morning. Those adults? Or maybe the one who is about to be indicted, unless she is saved by Loretta Lynch? I'm a particular fan of the adult who thinks money grows on trees, much like apples. That's surely the sign of maturity. There's your current choice to consider, the guy who promised the most open administration in history who now rules by executive orders. Sir, I agree with you. Let's put another adult in office. It sure has worked out great, hasn't it.?