Jeb Bush has a sads


Poor Jeb Bush.

A year and a half ago he was on top of the world.

Life was gooooood.

He had a war chest of a hundred million dollars and he was a lock to be the Republican nominee for President.

It didn’t matter than Republican voters didn’t want anything to do with him.

He had the backing of the Establishment and the big-money donors.

The world was his oyster.

Then those pesky primary voters didn’t play their part.


Jeb bowed out after South Carolina.

What did he manage to get? Four delegates?

I could understand Jeb having a sads if voters had been overwhelmingly backing him until Donald Trump entered the race.

But they weren’t.

Nobody cared to have another Bush.

Voters didn’t want the guy.

He was never the top dog.

Donald Trump didn’t deprive Jeb of the nomination; the voters did.

Trump just happened to be the candidate to deliver to voters an agenda they were excited about.

As Ann Coulter so brilliantly put it in her book In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome!:

Trump proved: you don’t have to be an evangelical to win the evangelical vote; you don’t have to be working-class to win the working-class vote; you don’t have to have served in the military to win the military vote; you don’t have to be an average American to win the average-American vote. People aren’t looking for a mimic, but a champion.

Voters didn’t abandon Jeb for Trump. We were never with Jeb to begin with.

But that doesn’t stop Jeb Bush from acting like a cuckold – like a woman scorned.

When asked yesterday what would happen if voters decided not to support either Clinton or Trump, scorned Jeb said this:

Well … if everybody didn’t vote, that would be a pretty powerful political statement, wouldn’t it?


Now, some of you might be thinking, “What a dick!”

But I wouldn’t get too worked up about it if I were you.

Come on. Jeb Bush just has a sads.

The Bush family cling to resentments like someone’s Tante Rivka clings to her purse.

If a Bush isn’t on the ballot, then don’t vote!

What I can’t noodle out is whether Jeb believes that voters would join him in this kind of suicide pact.

I doubt he’s thought that far ahead.

He’s just having a sads.

If Jeb Bush really had that much sway over voters, don’t you think he would have gotten the nomination in a blow-out?

Or, at the very least, he could have won more than four delegates and no states.

Nobody is going to pay him any mind.

Jeb doesn’t seem to care that by publicly showing us he has a sads, he’s pretty much ending his political aspirations.

Nobody likes a loser.

And nobody likes a crybaby loser who thinks Americans sitting out the election is a good way to save the country.

Of course, with that kind of attitude, is it any wonder Jeb didn’t win a single state and only got four delegates?

Leave poor Jeb to his sads.

Nobody gave a damn what he had to say when he was running for the nomination.

I doubt anybody cares now that he’s so far back in our rearview mirror, we can’t even see his tear-spattered face.

Hat tip the Gateway Pundit.

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3 thoughts on “Jeb Bush has a sads

  • September 30, 2016 at 4:51 pm

    “Donald Trump didn’t deprive Jeb of the nomination; the voters did”
    The same can be said about Ted Cruz, but at least he came to his senses and put his country first and supports Trump. The Never Trumpers could learn from this, get off their high horse and Vote against Hillary.

  • October 3, 2016 at 10:36 am

    The picture of Barbara Bush (daughter of W) in Paris with Huma at a Clinton fundraiser is very telling.
    The Bushes and the rest of the elitists, in both parties, are not interested in what the American people want.
    They are interested in more power and money for themselves. They see us as ignorant pawns in their games.
    When we did not play along this election cycle they all got the sads.
    They also got petty and immature and backstabbing.

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