January 3, 2016 8:55 pm -


Former Florida Governor, Republican presidential candidate, and World’s First Human Sad Trombone Jeb Bush has been having more and more difficulty convincing anyone he will ever be president, least of all himself, but things got sad even by Jeb’s standards Sunday morning.

Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace tried to get Jeb to feel the fork by gently reminding him that there are these things called polls, and they measure how much or how little people care about what you have to say. Jeb sounded a pathetically “optimistic” note:

Wallace: Did you fail to come up with a compelling message for voters? I understand you want to talk about the future, but the past does give some indication as to what went wrong and what you need to improve.

Bush: Chris, I respect your world. Your world is all about process. My world is about connecting with voters in these early states to build momentum. We have a national campaign, we’re going to be on every ballot in every state. That’s a hard thing to do. Not every candidate has done that.

Congratulations, Jeb, you are definitely ahead of Jim Webb and Deez Nuts on that count. This former frontrunner is now literally looking for a participation ribbon.

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D.B. Hirsch
D.B. Hirsch is a political activist, news junkie, and retired ad copy writer and spin doctor. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.