Jeb Bush, an ally so loyal to Mexicans that he has in the past marked “Hispanic” on the census despite being so white that his good American stock dates back to Massachusetts, has rushed to criticize Donald “taco truck” Trump for his extremely stupid Cinco de Mayo tweet, in which Trump posed with a freakin’ taco bowl…
“Anyone can aspire to be President of the United States, but few have any hope of becoming President of the Bohemian Club,” Richard Nixon reportedly once said. But for a kid growing up in Sonoma County, California near the Bohemian Grove, the club’s ultra-exclusive campground, getting a service job there was easy.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Jeb Bush is armed, Shakira met Jesus and Zendaya meets a fan.
It would appear that Jeb Bush, who not long ago declared “I’m not going to take off my stinking glasses,” and “I think I look pretty damn good [in glasses],” has suddenly changed positions.
George W. Bush is out on the campaign trail stumping for Jeb, a development that definitely does not give us chilling flashbacks and stress diarrhea. Last night they went on Fox News together, where Sean Hannity beamed at them with delight and W. joyfully mangled the English language as though not a single day had…
The Associated Press circulated a video on Monday of former President George W. Bush, also known as That Guy Who Ruined the World, working a room in South Carolina like it’s 2004. I’ve just wet myself in terror, but what a charmer, yeah?
Truthers, your Age of Aquarius has dawned. February 13's GOP debate, which ended up being only a few pot-shots away from devolving into an oil-wresting free-for-all between the Republican presidential hopefuls, apparently wasn’t the only thing on the minds of tuned-in voters. Rather than watching the verbal boxing…
Ha, yes, wow, absolutely the right man at the right time: former President George W. Bush will be campaigning next week for never-going-to-be President Jeb Bush. Because if anybody’s going to turn this thing around, it’s the guy who left office with the lowest approval rating of all time.
Happy 63rd birthday—that’s a little over four quinces—to Señor Jeb Bush, may your mamá rent you and Columba a bitchin’ limo with neon runners and, shit, because I feel sorry for you lately, tons of MDMA. !FELIZ CUMPLEAÑOS, HE’ BOOSH!
At a packed town hall late Saturday morning in Bedford, New Hampshire, Jeb Bush struggled to wiggle out from underneath his establishment roots.
Do you know that feeling when you’ve been crying for so long and with such exhausting force that the emotions which were once overpowering are suddenly so diminished as to become irrelevant, existing now only in the fading salty wetness on your face and pillow?
This is a smart strategy! Jeb Bush is recovering from a cringingly awful day in Iowa by steamrolling into New Hampshire, and making a weird sex joke to a young future voter to distract everybody:
A new ad from Jeb Bush’s Right to Rise super PAC exploits the story and image of Terri Schiavo—the Florida woman whose family fought to have her removed from life support—in order to demonstrate Bush’s commitment to fighting for life. On Wednesday, Michael Schiavo, Terri’s husband, called the ad “disgusting.”
After hanging back for a while and weighing the other presidential candidates, deeply considering their perspectives and who would be right for this country, Barbara Bush has decided to endorse her son Jeb! Bush for President of the United States in a new Jeb! campaign video.
Gather ‘round everyone, it’s the first Republican presidential debate of 2016! Taking place in Charleston, South Carolina, this debate — the SIXTH one we’ve had to endure — will feature the lowest amount of candidates on the stage thus far. Since Carly Fiorina and Rand Paul were bumped down to the earlier undercard…
DJ Khaled, whose bewildering Snapchat advice bombs continue to be gleefully discovered by the mainstream, came on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to share some important pro bono life lessons with the man who needs it most: Jeb Bush.
Jeb Bush’s problem is basically this: everyone knows who he is, and nobody likes him. In an effort to combat that rather ego-killing dilemma, he’s showing a more personal side, releasing an ad about his daughter Noelle’s issues with drug addiction. Bush began supporting more lenient sentences for drug users after…