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Jeb Bush plays to the psyche of conservative by spewing political mantra that actually failed Mitt Romney in 2012. He cloned and delivered the same racial insults offered by the Off-shore tax dodge king during his failed campaign against President Barack Obama.
In July 2012, Mitt Romney spoke the heart of the GOP (And millions across conservative America) via his comment about voters who "Want Free Stuff."
Prior to his remarks Romney spoke to an audience at the annual NAACP Convention and besmeared all things Obama with specific warnings he would repeal Obamacare. His implications related to the common mindset among conservatives that non-whites across the nation are driven via a desire to handouts or hand downs. Romney was twice resounding boo'd at the event and when asked about the reception and reaction from the audience, he went to the same "nowhere land" Jeb Bush cited earlier in the week.
The Rachel Maddow Show July 2012
Just a short time ago at a fundraiser in Hamilton, Montana, we just got word that Mr. Romney has now responded to that booing, that reception that he got at the NAACP convention. According to the pool report from this event in Montana, Mr. Romney said this about the reception at the NAACP today.
He said, “Remind them of this, if they want more stuff from the government tell them to go vote for the other guy…more free stuff. But don’t forget nothing is free.”
Romney's mindset and that of his campaign manifest in another way; and to a much more visible and message filled manner; Checkout the Mitt Romney's 2012 campaign website page.
There-in lies the essence of the GOP, the heart that Romney often offered-up to black voters, and a prelude to exposure of Jeb Bush's core social values.
Bush spoke his heart (and via the verbiage that follows his campaign teams message) at East Cooper Republican Women’s Club annual Shrimp Dinner, a South Carolina women's event.
The Ed Show blog reports as follows:
An audience member at an event in South Carolina asked Bush about black voters.
“How are you going to include them and get them to vote for you?” The Attendee at the East Cooper Republican Women’s Club annual Shrimp Dinner asked.
“Our message is one of hope and aspiration,” Bush said. “It isn’t one of division and get in line and we’ll take care of you with free stuff. Our message is one that is uplifting — that says you can achieve earned success.”
The former Governor also defended a recent comment that the United State should not be a “multicultural society.”
“We’re pluralistic,” Bush said on Thursday. “We’re not multicultural. We have a set of shared values that defines our national identity. And we should never veer away from that.”
The latter words are so far outside the realm of Jeb Bush's vernacular the words read as humorous with no meaning. No competent and socially tolerant campaign writer (managers) would hand their candidate a message that is so very in congruent it reminds of that famous misquote artist former baseball player, actor,comedian: Bob Ucker.
“We’re pluralistic,” Bush said on Thursday. “We’re not multicultural.
It is possible any white Americans (and black conservatives) would agree with Bush's illogical and eristic remarks. The facts of our multi-cultural nation speaks to the contrary and our multiculturalism is one aspect of American society that seems to thrive as an irritant among many conservatives.
Did George W. Bush once quip that Jeb "was the smart one?"