Robert Stacey McCain isn’t thrilled at all about the idea of a revived Bush Dynasty:
Especially if a Bush 2010 Senate campaign is a prelude to a Bush presidential campaign in 2012 or ‘16 — and let’s not kid ourselves, that’s what it is — conservatives should oppose it with every means at their disposal. Having fooled ‘em once with Bush 41, they fooled ‘em twice with Bush 43, and now are attempting to fool ‘em again by positioning Jeb to become Bush 45.No. Not just no, but hell no.It ought to be clear to intelligent conservatives by now that the Bushes have a hereditary disorder, a genetic predisposition toward bipartisan moderation which they inevitably pursue no matter how many times it leads to disaster. From “kinder, gentler” to “compassionate conservatism,” they are the Republican Party’s answer to Carrie Buck, and if they are allowed into office again, conservatives will be forgiven for quoting Oliver Wendell Holmes: “Three generations of imbeciles are enough.”
Yea, well, say that again in 2016 when the GOP is looking for a savior after eight years of Obama/Biden.