You’ll Never Guess What Jeb Bush Begged For At a Campaign Rally in New Hampshire

If you needed any more proof that Jeb Bush’s presidential campaign is dead in the water, here’s your sign. It happened at a campaign stop in the Granite State of New Hampshire.

Here’s the report from the New York Post:

“At the final stop of the day on Tuesday, the former Florida governor ripped off an inspired speech in New Hampshire that seemed to be going pretty well. He vowed not to ‘be out there blowharding’ or to become an ‘agitator-in-chief.’ He said we need to get ‘back in the business of creating a more peaceful world.’

“The crowd must have gotten it turned around, thinking he meant his campaign needs a quieter audience because you could hear a ‘Bush 2016’ pin drop when he finished.

“So what does Bush do? Why, he does what any fading candidate would do in the face of such humiliation. He asked for some applause. Politely and exasperatedly.

Bush actually told the audience to “please clap” on this 33-second video clip.

Although Jeb has never been our favorite candidate, we almost feel bad for him in this instance. All that’s missing from this video is “Dandy Don” Meredith (former Monday Night Football announcer) singing “Turn out the lights… the party’s over. They say that all… good things must end…”

And it sure looks like the 2016 presidential party is over for Jeb Bush.

Do you think this is a sure sign that Republican and conservative voters want to “stay out of the Bushes?”

Sound off in the comments section below.

 

 

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57 Comments

  1. Jack Durango

    It’s all over with but the Crying 4 this Fellow don’t let the Door hit ya where the Good Lord split ya Jeb Adios Dummy

    1. Brena

      agree Walter, when is he going to realize his mother cant fight his battles for him. He needs to grow up. All we need in the whitehouse is a moms boy.

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    2. RC

      Can you imagine a person (Can’t call him a man) who has to have his elderly mother and big brother campaign for him when he’s running for nomination to be president? Jeb is nothing but a spoiled baby. What would he do if faced with a real crisis? Call momma to change his diaper or something?

        1. RC

          Well, we all have our own opinions but that’s about as mature as I think baby Jeb is. Actually that was a bit tongue in cheek on my part. But………………………..

  2. Walter Flatt

    WHY DONALD TRUMP?

    MSNBC HATE HIM, DEMOCRATS HATE HIM, CNN HATE HIM, REPUBLICAN PARTY HATES HIM, FOX HATES HIM, KELLY HATES HIM, POLITICAL ESTABLISHMEN HATE HIM, AND THE NEWS MEDIA HATE HIM.

    HE MUST BE DOING SOMETHING RIGHT.

    WE DO NOT NEED 1ST YEAR POLITICIANS, OR GOVERNERS THAT HAVE SOLD OUT TO BIG MONEY PACS.

    1—HE DOES NOT NEED A JOB, 2—DOES NOT LIE TO YOU, 3—DOES NOT NEED BIG PAC MONEY, 4—DOES NOT NEED A BOOK DEAL, 5—IS TIRED OF SEEING OUR COUNTRY GOING DOWN THE TOLLET.

    A NEW BRAND OF POLITICS, THE TRUTH.

    TRUMP WANTS TO FIX THIS NATION. GET OUT AND WORK FOR HIM THEN VOTE FOR HIM.

    TRUMP IS THE ONLY ONE QUALIFIED TO RUN THE LARGEST BUSINESS ON EARTH, THE US GOVRNMENT. AGAIN, WE DO NOT NEED, FIRST YEAR SENATORS, MAYORS, OR GOVERNERS ALL OBLIGATED TO BIG MONEY PACS WITH NO BUSINESS EXPERIENCE, WE NEED DONALD TRUMP.

  3. Jon

    America needs people,not politicians! Term limits! People that will fight for the everyday,
    man, woman and child, that are citizens of America! TRUMP 2016

    1. John Redmond

      I am looking into it and have my FEC candidate forms and forming a committee what about you Jon. Furthermore I have taken the constitution courses offered by Hillsdale college and asked a lot of constitutional and American values questions for clarification and Not just Hillsdale College but other constitution organizations as well. FYI outside of John Adams and a few others, Most in the first congress and senate were simple farmers and shop keepers doing their civic duties. what we have today is loyal puppets for special interest like corporations and unions and to hell with we the people and the constitution.

  4. Brena

    In my opinion, Bush was dead in the water before he even got started. He is a Bush and all americas are fed up with them and the clintons. I wouldnt vote for bush if he begged me to. His dad and grandfather has done enough damage with the clintons and obama to OUR AMERICA as it is. Thats why they try to get someone who has been in the whitehouse so they can keep up their stilling our money, do what they want to behind our backs thinking we wont know. But it has caught up with them. they lie, lie, lie to us and I have had enough. Besides, most of them in the whitehouse are so old, they are senile and dont know what is going on. I think congress, senate, House of representatives should only be able to hold a position in the whitehouse for only 5 years and then get out. We need fresh blood who has the energy and knows what is going on in the whitehouse, not the old foggies sating there asleep, when time is up for the meetings, someone has to wake them up from their nap. Sorry everyone, but if you are as fed up as most americans, you would unstand our feelings

  5. Effenexes

    “Do you think this is a sure sign that Republican and conservative voters want to “stay out of the Bushes?”
    Absolutely, but we need to remember…”the last time someone listened to a Bush, a bunch of people wandered in the desert for 40 years.”

      1. Effenexes

        So….Your point is what. Bush is still burning now and in present time.
        The analogy was to show satire in which human folly and vice in our political system is held up to scorn, derision and ridicule.

          1. Effenexes

            Ah good…we’re on the same page then my friend (oops, sounded like John McCain there), that’s why I gave you an up tick on your above post.

  6. Charles T. Gore

    I don’t really know why you all even mention Jeb Bush.
    My English Bulldog, Mr. Bodacious Big Tony, the guy with the green hat likes a bush here and there but a small on he can lift his leg on.
    Don’t get me wrong here as I am very conservative but I don’t see much difference between Jeb Bush and John Kerry other than Kerry’s yacht is bigger.
    Lets get Donald Trump in there and “Make America Great” as it is just that easy and lets not be concerned with the others, just put that energy to work for Trump.
    We need a hard ass to get the job done not a bunch of limp wristed Washington good old boys intent on lining their pockets.
    We do have Obama to contend with till 1/21/2017 and that is bad enough.

  7. Dennis B Anderson

    One in the hand is worth 2 in the bush. I seen the father set there and sprout a couple of son of a bushes. I do beleive one son of a bush was enough to know they only want whats good for the bush. Especially when you find out the discription of the bush turned out to be nothing but a weed that will take over everything if not removed all together.

    1. h m rowland

      The republican party just lost its best hope in a general election in Chris Christy, at least he sounds somewhat sane. What a bunch of whack a doos …Cruz and his ‘kill gays’ minister supporters, he get the Hitler vote; Rubio , in the same situation as Obama in 2008 in that he is propped up by a segment of the right establishment who hoped he would pick up the Hispanic vote and then be propped up by the establishment if he would win, neither Obama or Rubio having the experience for the job. Rubio is not the brightest bulb in the room.; Jeb, well he is a ridiculous hawk from a seriously dangerous family. He would be the one that could work with congress, death threats always seem to work for the Bush’s and so does murder.; Trump, well just the head clown, its a ridiculous thought and if he is elected by the American people then we know that the educational system and parents have failed in educating children beyond the 5th grade level. Carson, well nuf said; and then there is Kasich, he has been know n to be a weasel when in the congress, he ran for governor to run for president but has done well on economics in ohio but attempts to take personal rights as republicans often do. Kasich is the only viable candidate..but he has not the experience.

      1. GS

        Your words about the education beyond the 5th grade ring very true – it’s been a long time since I encountered such barbarous syntax as in your post. According to NH exit polling, among the R’s Trump beat all other candidates in EVERY educational bracket – from those with high school education and to those with advanced degrees. Why, I have merely a Princeton doctorate, and have been translating into English from 5 other languages. So, I would submit that the “idukashian” checks out. And I am a Trump supporter.

        1. h m rowland

          Alas I have only obtained a masters degree but that makes me intelligent enough to know that in varied situations higher education does not always translate into common sense. Anyone who speaks of war over,( that which caused the death of JFK and our original form of government), peace, is not an acceptable countryman. I can only say for those who are holding ‘advanced degrees’ who support any of the candidates on the right, that they must be holding those degrees in history all salivating at the thoughts of book deals about the nuclear demise of the world…. wonder who’ll be left to sell them to after all the “carpet bombing”, ” first strikes”, “waterboarding or much worse”? Is this the weak and sad mindset in which our society has fallen? We are many degrees, 360 as a fact, from the words of John Kennedy and his American University speech as we stood on the doorstep of a new direction of a race for peace in the world rather than a race for dollars and body counts. I will stick with my indictment of the lack of education, understanding and fore thought about our actions and the consequences of those actions. My criteria when I vote for president will be this, which candidate is most likely to engage in dialogue and heart rather than bullets or bombs. In truth it really doesn’t matter who wins, presidents have not been in charge since 1963. Only the will of the people to not be warriors, anti fascism, will ever return us to our original form of governance. A Princeton Doctorate must have at least allowed you to discover this truth.

        2. h m rowland

          Back to you again. After the Wisconsin debate and Mr. Trumps attacks of the evil family Bush …he may have the support of this liberal honesty is a big plus for me and we have so many lies that need to be openly corrected from our history, call a spade a spade so we can build on truth rather than continue building on the lies of ’63 and ’68. Just thought you might like to know that I was very proud of Mr. Trump last evening. He will however need to turn from hawkish talk and speak of dialogue to gain my complete allegiance.

          1. GS

            The Bush family are not evil [if you want to see an evil one, look at putin]. They are merely grossly misguided.

          2. GS

            Just do not laugh yourself out of existence. When your fa is off, what would be left of you, a self-confessed liberal?

  8. WVF

    I was concerned at first when I read the title of this article, because I was afraid that Mr. Rogers, Baby Bushwhacker, was asking for someone to put him out of his misery. Can’t momma, daddy, and brother Bush get it? NO MORE BUSHES!

  9. pissedoff

    Jeb has become in my thought’s as some sort of cry baby. When things look bad call Brother,Mother and Father. I wonder if he was a sissy when young….

  10. h m rowland

    We know that creating peace is not his mission from his words in last Saturday’s debate. I guess like me you heard him claim twice that he is backed/supported by the military industrial complex, without apologies or shame. He also stood on the stage and said he would use first strike nuclear attack. Knowing the long standing connections between the Bush family and the CIA/Military it is not so surprising really. His attitude is the attitude of the Cold War military and intelligence that took control of the government in 1963. Very scary and very establishment, if we consider Jeb’s involvement of the “Project for a New America”(since just before 9/11 they have stood for ‘ creating many conflicts on many fronts simultaneously’ damn! isn’t that what we got? War and conflict make rich men richer) Poppy’s CIA connections tell some of the story. I still expect the MIC to gain him the nomination….keep watching. Remember the nasty tricks of W. in South Carolina in 2000? After loosing in New Hampshire little Georgie had all kinds of money coming to him from large donors when usually the money follows the winner. President W went to South Carolina and as republicans love to do just told a bold faced lie against John McCain, you remember the ‘black baby story’. I imagine that was the work of KKKarl Rove. Anyway, keep watching Jeb my still be lifted by those who really run the country….HAWKS all of them. Here’s to Jeb and his super pac the “Reich to Rise” ….Heil Jeb!!

  11. Buckeye8

    They say it is not over until the fat lady sings. Even those who need a hearing aid can hear the music starting to play. Take him home mom as we are sick of the Bush clan.