Monday, September 14, 2015

I Don't Care! An Open Letter to Jeb Bush.

Dear Jeb:

By all accounts you did a good job in Florida. By all accounts you are a competent administrator. By all accounts you are a quality individual and an outstanding public servant. None of that means a thing to me this election. I don't care. I don't care because you are on the wrong side of history. I don't care because you are too willing to compromise. I don't care because you are a rich kid, a product of the best of the best and you haven't an inkling of what my life is about.

What we need is a conservative who will REDUCE the size and scope of the federal government rather than just manage it better than the opposition. We need a conservative who will get immigration under control, build a wall, institute eVerify, do away with "anchor babies" and put the American worker first. We need a conservative who will get rid of trade bills designed to give multinationals the flexibility to move capital and exploit labor on a global scale but refuse to acknowledge their responsibility to the American worker who built their companies in the first place. We need a STRONG conservative who will squeeze every last concession from the opposition and has the guts to stand up to a hostile media that will do every thing they can to destroy you. We need a conservative who will punish and intimidate the opposition as they have punished and intimidated us since 2006.

Jeb, you are NOT that man. You're father was not that man and neither was your brother. All good men no question about that, but good men won't do this time, we need GREATNESS! So you're right to try and channel Reagan into your campaign. But you're no Reagan.

Good luck, but you're just not the man for the job in 2016, I don't care what you say.

The Hammer

1 comment:

LL said...

Well said, Hammer.

Is Jeb the man to face down Putin? He may be a bit more butched up than Obama is, but not that much more. The silver spoon and Yale education will keep him wealthy beyond the rational ability to spend it for the rest of his and his children's days, but that does not imply that he is in any way qualified to lead the nation that is slipping by all accounts. He's a big government guy in the same way that brother and daddy were. We're $19 trillion down. He'd stretch it at least to $25 trillion by the end of his first term.

The Saudis and Chinese will all hold banquets for him where he can pontificate and they can mutually toast each other, but that's not what is called for. We do NOT need a caretaker in the White House. I don't think that Trump would be a good president, but Trump's message resonates with America.

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