Black People Politics : Jeb Bush Wants A Recession In Washington. For African-Americans, There Already Is One.

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    Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) said that if elected president, he plans to induce “a recession in Washington.”


    “We have the benefit now of all of this philosophy of offering free things to people not working,” the Republican presidential hopeful
    told Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Wednesday. “I think the better message is, let’s disrupt Washington. Let’s create a little bit of a recession in Washington, D.C., so that we can have economic prosperity outside of Washington.”

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    Jeb Bush Wants A Recession In Washington. For Black Washingtonians, There Already Is One.

    So much for compassionate conservatism.
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    At this point, Jeb appears to be a non-factor, let's hope so, anyway.



     
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    It is hard to tell who really is a factor. Last polls I've read point to 1) Trump and 2) Carson. I canñot see either of them finishing the race ōntop. But, I'm not æ Republican, so my perspective is bîased. At one tīmē Î thought Cruz was leading .
     
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    Most definitely, however, Trump seems to have it locked up, unless he does something really, really, stupid.


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    You think? I know that is what the polls say, but I just don't buy it. I think it's like a bad joke. I really don't believe these people would
    vote for Trump ôr Carson.
     
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    Btw, I'd bet the farm that Trump WILL do something really, really, stupid...LOL
     
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    The pundits are saying, and I agree, this is the most bizarre election in decades. No one can figure this out.

    Like the saying goes, it ain't over til the fat lady sings.


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    :rofl:

     
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    I agree with that statement. We've been served enough Bushes, at least on my plate. Two helpings was even too much!!
     
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    Yes it's unbelievable. I didn't think it could get worse than the last elections. I figured that George W had left the coūntry in such a mess, thät no Republican wanted The Presidential office. The U.S. was so close to economic collapse. Luckily with about two weeks to spare we were bailed out with great loans in the nick of time.

    McCain and Palin were such a weak representation. They were stooges. And again, economic collapse is being predicted. But, this time no one is gonna bail us out.

    Personally, I just don't see what so many people see in Hillary at all. I just don't get it. To me she is all show and no substance. Just phony. And, untrustworthy. Since the debates, I appreciate Sanders a little more. But, I still woúld feel morē comfortable with Biden.