Jeb Bush’s 6 Greatest Gaffes
[su_right_ad]Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush made huge news on Tuesday by announcing on Facebook. that he plans to pursue the possibility of maybe looking into running for president in 2016, presumably because 500 mg. gorilla Rob Portman is out of the way. The faux-nouncement makes Jeb the first major candidate to kind of declare their candidacy, which gives the media and opponents plenty of time to pore over the 250,000 emails he’s dumping, and to rack up fresh gaffes. Unlike his famously antiticulate brother, Jeb Bush doesn’t have a very deep catalog of gaffes, but to welcome him to the race, sort of, we’ve collected some of the best.
1. Spainfully Dumb
Mr Bush was in Madrid on a trade mission when, paying tribute to Jose Maria Aznar, the prime minister, he said: “I would like to finish by thanking the president of the Republic of Spain for his friendship with the United States.”
But Spain ceased being a republic when General Franco defeated the Republican side and became dictator. The constitutional monarchy was restored under Juan Carlos I in 1975, after Franco’s death.
Ha-ha? Okay, but we’re just gettin’ warmed up.
His brother famously asked, “Is our children learning,” but Jeb answered that question in the most disastrous way possible, for a modern Republican. Yes, our children is learning, thanks to
Commie Common Core. I can’t be sure, conservatives, but it sounds like he’s calling you stoopid…READ MORE [su_csky_ad]