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December 17, 2014 11:06 am

Jeb Bush to Explore Bid for 2016 GOP Nomination

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AP – Jeb Bush answered the biggest question looming over the Republican Party’s next campaign for the White House on Tuesday, all but declaring his candidacy for president more than a year before the first primaries.

Bush, the son and brother of Republican presidents, is the first potential candidate to step this far into the 2016 contest, and his early announcement could deeply affect the race for the GOP nomination.

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  • charlie johnson

    I lived in places of low population in the southern part of the USA. Don’t know much about the north. But it works kinda like this ,A great grandparent after the Civil war gets elected by carpet baggers.Then from there on the offspring gets the position after an older one goes out feet first,So a lot of our counties are run by kinfolks and they keep it in the family.Then they conspire against the citizen.Put their kids on high paid government jobs.Those are the ones you hear on TV of inbreeds in the South. But now we have alternating Bush /Clinton administrations.I guess the USA has about 400 million citizen now.The USA debt continues to rise no matter if it is a Bush or Clinton. I am ready for a Zukerburg or a Goldstien. But an honest person of any race creed or color is acceptable. In a wad of 400 million ,I bet there is atleast one. The reason I listed two Jews is because they are likely to be aware that 17 trillion bucks is a lot of money .