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“Jeb Bush sought to cast himself as a political outsider during his first big speech as a presidential candidate on Monday…”
So begins the guardian’s take on Jeb Bush and his brand spanking new campaign. The sub-headline of the article, by the way, refers to Jeb’s touting of his “re-invention of his brother’s compassionate conservatism”.
Look, little brother. To use big brother’s words, either you are with him or you are against him. None of this re-inventing BS.
|My name's Jeb, ya see, so I'm kind of like an outsider.|
The guardian (they don’t capitalize their name, why should I?) goes on to tell us that ole Jeb is trying to “counter criticism that he represents the establishment wing of the Republican party.”
Let’s try to take his word for it, shall we?