A Jeb Bush 2016 presidential election campaign may be in the works if the latest rumors are correct, but could this Bush make the case he’s not another George W. Bush?
In a related report by The Inquisitr, a possible Mitt Romney 2016 campaign still keeps popping up even though the former contender claims he is not interested. But a recent polled show that if America could redo the match of Romney Vs. Barack Obama, they would choose the Republican as POTUS instead.
According to TownHall, Jeb is reportedly serious about considering a run for the 2016 presidential elections.
“Jeb Bush, the former Governor of Florida, has not announced whether he will run for president in 2016, but he looks like a presidential candidate as he meets with voters around the country discussing issues such as immigration reform.”
Of course, Jeb received a lot of flack from Republicans for claiming that illegal immigration could come as an act of love, so he will need to convince conservatives that he is has a real plan for dealing with the flood of illegal immigrant children and that he also prioritizes securing the border in addition to immigration reform. However, his actual position is likely to garner more favor in the Hispanic demographic and may appeal to middle ground voters. It also helps that he can speak Spanish so he can get his message directly to Spanish-speaking voters.
Otherwise, if a Jeb Bush 2016 presidential campaign is to succeed, he will have to distance himself from George W. Bush and convince everyone that he is the solution to the political mire in Washington D.C. and the White House. Due to his background as governor, he can claim he has a a solid record of accomplishment on education, jobs, and growth, allowing himself to be portrayed as a presidential candidate with actual executive office experience.
Do you think Jeb Bush is different enough from George W. Bush to make him a worthwhile 2016 presidential candidate?