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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by APlotdevice, Feb 3, 2016.
I could quote a news article, but honestly this short clip speaks for itself:
So awkward. Can't help but feel bad for Jeb! in a way.
Hahaha, I saw this thread in the sidebar and immediately knew it was this. What a low energy guy (and crowd).
I thought Ted Cruz had the copyright on TRUSTED Leadership.
Anyway, there's a reason Jeb is at the back of the pack.
For once I feel sympathy for him.
That was cringeworthy.
The poor guy just can't bring himself to accept the reality that it's over. I know it's got to be hard but it's the path he chose.
There's already a pathetic passive person occupying the position of potus, but failing to stand up for the country. Having just returned from his sympathy tour advocating for Muslims, shaming Americans and spinning tales of hatred for cops Republicans and any other group that dares to think and act responsibly.
The great divider, he loves playing the victim and pointing the finger. What a Dolt.
He should drop out and give all that campaign cash to Flint to help solve their water problems.
This is what the realization of your own end looks like.
I kind of feel bad for him. At this point he probably should drop out and try to get Rubio to like him again so he has a chance at being the VP pick which would give him a chance to run again.
That was just sad.
It's finished except for the crying. I too kind of feel sad for him, although I'd never have voted for him. One exception might be if my choices were Trump of Jeb. I'd have to think long and hard on that.
Ebb for Jeb!
Wow. He's done after South Carolina if things don't get better. Just let it go, Jeb. It's over.
Jeb! is the most hapless politician in a generation. He should save himself further embarrassment and "suspend" his campaign.
He was a good governor IMHO, but his presidential campaign is going nowhere. If things don't improve for him after NH and SC, he should call it quits.