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The Times ran this interesting insight into the world of the high - end GOP donor...there is concern that Chris Christie's cause is lost due to Bridegegate...so they are now thinking of JEB Bush as an electable 2016 Presidential candidate.
Neither Christie nor Bush has officially stated their desire to run in 2016...
It is interesting that these people think the Bush's are the "First Family" of GOP politics, and that JEB would be popular with voters at all, at least popular enough to win a primary much less an general election...Interesting, too that they think the Bush era was good for them...It really was not Obama who crashed the market, rich guys. Really not!
Also, they seem to fear reprisal from Christie for "disloyalty"...Bada Bing!
To me, this just illustrates my long held idea that you don't have to be smart to be rich...Living proof abounds!
Originally posted to old mark on Fri May 02, 2014 at 04:36 AM PDT.