11/5/15, "Jeb's Run Seems Resentful," Rush Limbaugh
"RUSH: Yesterday ABC News on the website, Jonathan Karl interviewing Jeb Bush. Here's the first audio sound bite...
KARL: New poll out this morning. Four percent! I mean, did you ever think you'd be --
JEB: I don't even care! It's not...It's not relevant.
KARL: Is there any scenario that you would drop out of this race before Iowa?
JEB: No. No way.
KARL: No way?
JEB: No way. No how.
RUSH: "No way. No how." Jonathan Karl said, "Well, you recently
hired a media consultant who's gonna coach you on interviews and the
debates. What is the consultant telling you?"
JEB: He's telling me to be me, telling me to own the -- own what I believe.
KARL: You need a consultant to tell you that?
JEB: It's amazing, huh? (laughing)
JEB: Probably not. My problem in the debates: I have to untrain
myself to answer questions that are asked. You have to pivot towards
what you want to say, and, um, learn to interrupt in a way that doesn't
sound like you're, um, just oppressively rude.
RUSH: I'm sorry, folks. It sounds to me...Jeb Bush is a decent, nice guy. And it sounds to
me like he really resents what he thinks you have to do. He is
basically saying, "Yeah, they gotta teach me how to fool people, how to
deceive people. You can't answer the question that they ask you....You gotta say what you want
to say....You can't allow yourself to be
held prisoner to them." But he wants to be polite....
But this little
reference here, "He's telling me to be me, own what I believe," and Karl
says, "You need a consultant to tell you that?" Bush says, "Yeah, it's
amazing, huh?" That tells me that he may even resent the efforts
they're making, the consultants, to try to, quote/unquote, "fix it." But it's all speculation. I'm not there; I don't know. I'm just
telling you the way it seems to me from distance here.
RUSH: You know, folks, it just my little opinion here, but I think
Jeb Bush's biggest problem is gonna be a tough one to correct, and that
is when he first said his objective is to win the nomination by
sidetracking the base, to win the nomination by losing the primaries. I
don't know. Can a consultant teach somebody to be a conservative? I
don't know if there is such a person." image from RushLimbaugh.com
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ABC: Jeb Bush Insists 'No Way' He'll Drop Out of Campaign Before Iowa Caucuses
Comment: The GOP Establishment wants democrat voters to be its voters. They don't want the voters they have.