Nope not a Romney fan at all, I'd rather vote for Matel (Barbie etc), sadly the man gives me the creeps, however scratching around the internet I
found out that rumors of Jeb Bush becoming the next President (coming forward in August to save the GOP gridlocked convention), are thanks to Sorcha
Faal published Jan 18 2012…. Hmmm
Anyway after snickering over that my interest was piqued by an article on yahoo yesterday by national news that Jeb would seriously consider being
Romney’s running mate.
I also discovered there was a little impromptu Bush Sr. , Jeb & Obama meeting Jan 27th 2012 in the Oval Office, not on the Whitehouse schedule...the
White House released a statement saying,
“The three men enjoyed a personal visit in the Oval Office – as they have done on previous occasions when President Bush is Washington.”
A little more digging and it appears Jeb was taken out of context for not “saying it right”
in an communication with news max regarding the
running mate comment.
So here for your delectation some of the snippets relating to this …
Kissinger vows to China: “Jeb Bush Will Be Next President”
A shocking report prepared by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Prime Minister Putin on the just completed meeting between China’s Vice Premier Li
Keqiang and former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger states that the Chinese were told that former Florida Governor John Ellis “Jeb” Bush,
brother to the former US President and son of another, will be elected as the next American leader despite his currently not even being on the
Jeb Bush’s name keeps floating up in discussions about candidates to run on the ticket with Mitt Romney, despite Bush’s efforts to douse the
Bush’s spokeswoman Jaryn Emhof told ABC News in an e mail, adding that the comments to Newsmax, where he said he would “consider it” if Romney
called, were “taken out of context.” In an email to ABC News’ Miami affiliate WPLG’s Senior Political Reporter Michael Putney, Bush himself
echoed the statement, saying, “I didn’t say it right and it was taken out of context. Nothing to talk about.”
Read more: digitaljournal.com...