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Jeb Bush sat down for a Fox News interview with Megyn Kelly that aired Monday, to talk about how much he wants to do presidenting, because his big brother (George W. Bush) got to do it and his dad got to do it, and he wants to be just like them. Kelly asked a completely straightforward very misleading question about the Iraq War his bro instigated: “Knowing what we know now, would you have authorized the invasion?” Either the baby Bush didn’t hear FULLY HALF OF THE VERY SIMPLE QUESTION, or he is a real big stupidhead, because this was his answer:

“I would’ve, and so would’ve Hillary Clinton, just to remind everybody, and so would have almost everybody that was confronted with the intelligence they got.”

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Bush goes on to say mistakes were made and the intelligence was shitty, and that his big brother (George W. Bush) ALSO acknowledges that they done fucked the whole thing up. He doesn’t say the part about how the warmongers who decided to attack Iraq actually knew the intelligence was bullshit way back when, but we digress.

In retrospect, the intelligence that everybody saw, that the world saw, not just the United States, was faulty. And in retrospect, once we … invaded, and took out Saddam Hussein, we didn’t focus on security first. And the Iraqis, in this incredibly insecure environment, turned on the United States military because there was no security for themselves and their families.

So did he “mishear” the very simply stated question, as he is now claiming, in emails to his former aides? Or is he just a big old idiot who should have been a little bit more prepared?  Watch for yourself:

Conservative talking heads and word writers are now piling on Jeb, like middle schoolers making fun of the kid who just called the teacher “mom.”

Laura Ingraham got her annoying Heathers voice going on the radio, you can just hear her rolling her eyes, because she knows she’s so much cooler and smarter than that dorkass Jeb:

“He said yes, I’d still authorize the war! … She said ‘knowing what we know now,’ would you still authorize the invasion?,’ to which he said ‘Yes, I would.’ ‘Well they’re all faulty and so would Hillary,’ no Hillary wouldn’t! Hillary wouldn’t authorize the war now, if she knew what she knew now then, no of course not! … You can’t say ‘yes, I still would’ve gone into Iraq,’ and if you do, you just have to have, there has to be something wrong with you! You can’t still think that going into Iraq now, as a sane human being, was the right thing to do … That’s like, you have no ability to learn from past mistakes at all! Well, when the past mistakes were made by your brother.”

(George W. Bush)

BURN! Ingraham goes on to mock Jeb Bush for hiring all of his big brother’s best warmongering friends — which may be why he answered the question so poorly, if he is surrounded by them! She finishes by saying that the 2016 GOP nominee needs to be somebody who can say, “look, I’m a Republican, but I’m not an idiot! I’m not stupid!”

Can Jeb Bush do that? TALL ORDER, LADY!

Also making fun of Jeb Bush is Byron York, who did his best to verbally pants Bush in the Washington Examiner. For York, the big rub is that Jeb’s big brother (George W. Bush) said the Iraq WMD intelligence was “false,” as opposed to Jeb, who said it was “faulty,” concluding that “[i]f Jeb Bush sticks to his position — that he would still authorize war knowing what we know today — it will represent a step backward for the Republican Party.” So there you have it! Jeb Bush is a dumb brain, and everybody else — EVEN HILLARY CLINTON, who is personally responsible for BENGHAZI!!!1!!1! — is smart.

So anyway, hopefully next time Jeb Bush has to do an interview, he will actually listen to the questions, and try not to be such A Idiot, if he ever wants to be as good and smart and high-achieving as his big brother (George W. Bush).

[Fox News/Talking Points Memo/Washington Examiner]

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  • Nounverb911

    The Cheney is strong in this one.

  • BearGHAZI

    Shit now I have to vote for Carly Fiorina

    • drbloor

      …who, of course, claims that she would fuck up HP in precisely the same way she did the first time around.

      Learning curves, how do they work again?

    • QHarp

      :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :(

    • AnOuthouse

      As soon as she figures out how to set up a website because she’s so technologically sophisticated and everything.

    • Reddishrabbit

      You could always pull a Carly Fiorina and just not vote at all

  • Vecciojohn

    I’m beginning to think George W. Bush’s brother isn’t any smarter than George W. Bush.

    • timpundit

      Neil agrees. Probably.

    • JustPixelz

      Dubya is the smart one*. Tell your friends.
      ______________________________
      * Yale and Harvard, so Cruz Approved®

      • JMPesq

        It means so much, especially considering the Harvard entrance exam, which consists of one question, “How much wealth do your parents have?”

        • Nounverb911

          Also, too:

          “How many generations of your family have attended?”
          “How many building have they donated?”

        • nmmagyar

          Do legacies even have to pretend to take the entrance exams?

  • JMPesq

    Jeb Bush: I really, really don’t want to be President.

    Really, I can’t think of anything he worse he could say if he was trying to tank his campaign.

    • Nounverb911

      Good, because we really really don’t want you either, also, too.

  • Callyson

    I would’ve, and so would’ve Hillary Clinton

    Guess again:

    Hillary Clinton on Iraq vote: ‘I still got it wrong. Plain and simple.’

    In a late 2006 interview on NBC’s “Today” show, Clinton said, “Obviously, if we knew then what we know now, there wouldn’t have been a vote.” She added, “And I certainly wouldn’t have voted that way.”

    • Reddishrabbit

      Since when did facts get in the way of a Bush?

  • RoyalUglyDude

    “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, Magic Bus.”

    • FlownOver

      The ghosts of Keith Moon and John Entwistle add their virtual thumbs up.

    • kindness

      Magic Bus or Short Bus?

  • FauxAntocles

    She finishes by saying that the 2016 GOP nominee needs to be somebody who can say, “look, I’m a Republican, but I’m not an idiot! I’m not stupid!”
    Dare to dream.

    • Nounverb911

      Sarah Palin?

      • FauxAntocles

        Right, should have added “can honestly say”

    • Tallmutha

      I’m smaht! Not like people say, like dumb. I’m smaht and I want respect!

      • Vecciojohn

        I know it was you, Jeb! You broke my heart!

    • artem1s

      way to set the bar even lower, Megyn!

  • Relativicus

    “…it will represent a step backward for the Republican Party.”

    Okay, Byron, but riddle me this: isn’t “backward” the preferred direction of the Republican Party?

    • Reddishrabbit

      1800 here we come!

      • Villago Delenda Est

        Hell, the theofascist wing wants to go back to 1300.

    • vivian

      Since the GOP is on some kind of bullet train to yesteryear, would a step backward for the GOP actually result in progress?

  • Callyson

    She finishes by saying that the 2016 GOP nominee needs to be somebody who can say, “look, I’m a Republican, but I’m not an idiot! I’m not stupid!”

    How cute–she thinks she’ll anyone who fits that description but is still a Republican…

    https://lissasimonson.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/castle8.gif

    • SterWonk

      Yay, a Castle reference!

    • Antonin Dvorak

      Time to get the vial of Eisenhower DNA out of the vault.

  • Ruhe

    Pre-interview Jeb: “I’m not wearing that hidden earpiece get-up you had on my brother. Everyone could still see it and that just made him look dumber.”

    Post-interview Jeb: “So like, if I just wear a heavier jacket you wouldn’t even see the thing, right?”

  • BadKitty904

    Then Jeb helped his Big Brother steal a U.S. Presidential election. The end.

    • Msgr_Moment

      …the Aristocrats!

  • SnarkOff

    You know, every time I see the name Megyn Kelly, I get stopped by that Y in her name and can’t think beyond that. I simply don’t understand why she can’t just be “Megan.” Is the “gyn” to indicate that she is a woman? Did her parents think swapping the A with a Y would make her specialer? Drives me nuts.

    • Callyson

      Ahem…some of us like our “y” and stand up for it :-)

      • nmmagyar

        But “Calleson” isn’t even A Thing.

        • bobbert

          Nor is “Alleson”.

    • Viva La Tabula Raza

      Maybe her folks thought it would subliminally influence her to attend med school and become a gyn-ecologist.

    • eggsacklywright

      If she was consistent, it would be Mygyn Kylly.

    • MrBlobfish

      I gyn
      You gyn
      We all gyn for me gyn

    • AnOuthouse

      If she had been a boy they were going to call it ‘My Gynormous Dick’. But she was a girl.

    • Toomush_Infer

      gynetics…

    • Steely_Fan

      Megyn Price libelz!!1!

  • Iron Monkey

    None of the Bushes are smart enough to serve as dogcatcher.

    • Thaumaturgist

      But the first one was smart enuff not to invade Iraq at the end of the war in Kuwait.

  • Tallmutha

    JEB BUSH’S PRIORITIES, IN ORDER:

    1. Never ever under any circumstances let anyone think a member of the Bush family could do anything wrong

    2. Become Preznit.

  • Ruhe

    DBOAT!

  • FlownOver

    “And I promise my intelligence won’t be any better than his was.”

    Say… No… MORE!

  • onedollarjuana

    Jeb’s supposed to be the “smarter” brother, but I think Neil is the real smarter brother. He manages to keep on grifting and mostly stay out of the news.

    • jmk

      I always assumed that Savings-and-Loan-Neil managed to avoid doing time only because of his connections.

    • JMPesq

      But then Jeb’s the bigger grifter, after all he managed to steal an entire election for his brother back in 2000.

  • BadKitty904

    Does Jebby even own a ranch on which he can “clear brush”?

    • jmk

      He can borrow one… if not from Dubya himself, then maybe from one of the advisors he borrowed from Dubya.

  • AnOuthouse

    “Watch for yourself” A Bush? No thank you. And then you follow that up with Ingraham? What did we ever do to you?

  • MostGrumpyJim

    I suspect that in regulationless Texas, unsuspecting parents used copious amounts of lead-based paint to spiff up the cribs and nurseries for their little future governors/presidents.

  • Relativicus

    Considering “Jeb” kicked off the “not running, yet!” phase of his campaign with his “I’m my own man, dudes” proclamation, and has then proceeded to hitch every wagon he can find to his family’s political legacy, such as it is, I am more convinced than ever that conservative politicians are unable to hear anything that comes out of their own mouths.

  • jenn

    He’s going to have to clarify the “would’ve”, if he’s claiming he didn’t understand the question. What did he think the qualifier was?

  • fawkedifiknow

    What Jeb said was boilerplate Republican stupidity, so, I’m just spitballing here, but I’ll bet Ingraham has a burr up her butt about some other positions he’s taken.

    • elviouslyqueer

      Well, I think we can all agree that she’s got something up her butt.

      • eggsacklywright

        The Analyzer Mark IV.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      Well, not mass deporting every fucking mezkin in the country is one reason why she’s pissed.

  • Enfant Terrible

    We might expect Jebbie to give his presidential daily briefings the same attention that he gave to Megyn Kelly’s question. But Jebbie will never be president, so we’ll never find out.

  • Lascauxcaveman

    Uh-oh, Jeb.

    Once you’ve lost Laura Ingraham, you’ve lost… er, y’know.. Now that I think of it, who cares what you lost there? Does anybody really care what that old gasbag thinks? I’m guessing not. You’re still likely to get the nom.

    • elviouslyqueer

      That’s what I’m afraid of. Jeb may be dumber than a bag of sand, but he’s got the “not nearly as batshit as the rest of the GOP clown car” thing ON LOCK.

      • Villago Delenda Est

        Well, when you’re in the same room as Rafael Cruz, Ben Carson, Scott Walker, Randal Paul, Carly Fiorina, Mike Huckabee, and a bunch of similar crazies who have yet to formally announce, well, gosh, that’s not difficult.

      • DarkSyn

        Of all the clowns running in the Republican party Bush is the one I fear the most for that very reason you mention.

      • bobbert

        As you say.

  • D_C_Wilson

    When did it become okay for conservatives to admit that Iraq was a cluster fuck without blaming the black guy? Did I miss an memo?

  • BearGHAZI

    Is our presidents learning?

  • JustPixelz

    JEB’s foreign policy advisor, George Dubya Bush, told him how to answer that question.

    • Toomush_Infer

      He probably asked his dad, who only said “Jeb, hand me that new diaper, would you?…”

  • kindness

    I guess Jebby thinks everyone hates Obama so much they will ignore his brother Dubya’s stupidity. I don’t really understand Jeb’s reasoning here. Makes me think he is completely unsuited for the office to which he aspires.

    • DarkSyn

      Actually he is right about everyone hating Obama considering the only people he talks to are Republicans. Why else do you think Republicans running for office go to Fox? Well besides the fact they can lie and never get any backtalk.

  • eggsacklywright

    Yes, let’s do it just like before. Cheney can be VP, we’ll get Karl and Scooter and Addington and the whole gang!

    • BadKitty904

      But I hear Jeff Gannon’s really left himself go…

    • AnOuthouse

      The band is getting back together?
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fv5ekzTubwU

      • Spotts1701

        They won’t be able to turn goat piss into gasoline, though.

      • bobbert

        So, on a tangent: Once a month, I run karaoke here in our sorta-gated foothills PUD. The only prior awareness I had of the Zac Brown Band was that they do “Chicken Fried”, a moderately catchy and not-too-freedumb-referencing two-step.

        Thanks to this link, I’ve seen they also cover Bohemian Rhapsody (pretty darn well), Enter Sandman, and Killing In The Name (although with a shortage of Morello, but no shortage of “fuck you I won’t do what you tell me”). It’s possible that I’m now a fan.

    • And that black lady, whatshername? The one what golfs at the whites only country club?

      • Nounverb911

        The one with an oil tanker named after her?

      • JohnnyZhivago2

        The one who has a sister named Carolina?

      • Steverino247

        Oh, you mean the “expert” on the Soviet Union who was surprised by the collapse of the Soviet Union?

        I can see “thrilled” or “amused” or “relieved” over that collapse, but surprised, given her access to intelligence, is NOT on that list.

    • Vecciojohn

      No love for Paul Wolfowitz?

      • eggsacklywright

        Curveball for Atty General. Sheldon Adelson for ambassador to Israel. Bolton for Sec Def. It’ll be fun!

      • Brother Yam

        Nope

      • bobbert

        True.

        Polonium, maybe.

        Okay, vote-polonium.

    • Reddishrabbit

      Rumsfeld has been working on a new cover, Bomb Bomb Bomb Teheran.

      • Nounverb911

        Is he paying McCain royalties?

        • Villago Delenda Est

          Of course not. Rethugs do not seek permission from artists, nor do they pay royalties.

  • Vecciojohn

    Give him a break. Jeb, like a lot of Hispanic immigrants to this country, is hesitant to criticize the government. When he gets used to living in a society with freedom of speech he’ll less shy about expressing himself.

    • BadKitty904

      Plus he should learn to speak English!!1!

      • Mehmeisterjr

        He’s a Bush. That ship sailed decades ago.

  • When one raises enough campaign money in our corporatacracy it doesn’t matter how one answers questions….

    • nmmagyar

      That didn’t work for Mitt

      • bikerlaureate

        Not answering the request for filled tax information sure didn’t help.

  • Villago Delenda Est

    The stupid. IT BURNS. And kills. Hundreds of thousands.

  • FauxAntocles

    Is our Bushes learning?

    • bobbert

      Pretty obviously, no.

  • That_got_me_thinking

    Actually, the world knew full well that the “intelligence” was BS. Try again, Jeb.

  • MrBlobfish

    This is good news for Bobby Jindals.

    • Whale Chowder

      I’m waiting for his press release in a few hours: “Hey, I woulda invaded Iraq too knowing now what we would have known then! Er, then what we knew then! What was the question? Hey! Is this thing on?”

  • nyctuber

    Republicans double down no matter what, they think it’s strength. Scary bunch of psychopaths

  • JustPixelz

    JEB’s answer makes a false equivalence between Dubya’s decision and Hillary’s. IF Hillary (or Al Gore for that matter) were POTUS in 2002, I have no doubt she would have said “let’s let the inspectors finish their work”. Also she would not have beaten the war drums so loudly. Also she would have kept her eye on the bin Laden ball and possibly/likely thwarted the 9/11 attacks.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=suv1hcBA3PY#t=20

  • JohnnyZhivago2

    The dumbest thing my big brother did was drop me head first on the floor when I was three. Would I do the same thing today to him??? You bet!!!

  • chicken thief

    It’s ok, Jeb. Even if no one else understands, I can relate. The one time I did talk to Megyn I just stared at her tits also too so had a hard time focusing on her questions.

    • Me not sure

      She asks questions?

      • chicken thief

        Several. The only one I recall though is the one she kept repeating: “why you staring at my tits?”

        • Me not sure

          Huh? Oh, yeah. Those and that cruel mouth. Best sneer in the biz.

  • JohnnyZhivago2

    I forget, did something go wrong in Iraq?

    • Bitter Scribe

      You mean besides everything? Nah.

    • Doug Langley

      Nothing wrong at all! We got Saddam Hussein. Um, did anything else happen?

  • Joshua Norton

    Apparently, Jeb Bush misheard Megyn Kelly’s Iraq question, but somehow he can understand the stategery of his brother’s verbal synapse misfires.

    Go figure.

  • ManchuCandidate

    Even in 2002 I knew this was a fucking mistake. And I lack the Ivy League skuling and alleged leadership credentials that come with being a Bush.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      The deserting coward assmalistration was destined to be a huge mistake from the moment he was installed in office by five pieces of shit in Washington, DC, but the Mesopotamian Adventure was doomed to failure from the getgo, particularly when they fired Eric Shinseki for calling them out as amateur douchecanoes before a congressional committee.

      • bobbert

        General Shinseki should get the fucking Medal of Honor for being honest.

    • Thaumaturgist

      Everyone who had been to Vietnam knew it was a mistake.

      • MikeyArmstrong

        Everyone who didn’t have a war boner after 9/11 knew it was a mistake.

    • Steverino247

      I left a position as the senior intelligence analyst for a tank division in 1981 in order to go to college and I knew this was a fucking mistake. Everybody I met after my younger son enlisted in the Army knew it was a fucking mistake. Most people I knew who were still in the Army when we liberated Kuwait thought THAT was a fucking mistake.

      • bobbert

        I spent a whopping three years in the Air Force in the early 70’s, and I knew it was a mistake.

        • Steverino247

          When it comes right down to it, some guy who “shovelled shit in Louisiana” during World War 2 knew it was a mistake.

          • Blank Ron

            Definitely a mistake.

            – Charles ‘out of arrow range’ d’Albret

      • Nine

        My cat said it was a fucking mistake.

        But then my smarter cat said “No, it’s like when we poop in the bathtub. When you do it, it’s a mistake because you don’t know the difference between a cat box and a bathtub. What George did was like when I poop in the bathtub. I do it because I want to poop in the bathtub.”

        “I don’t see the connection. I’ve been digging in the cat box AND the big white cat box that Disruptive never puts any litter in and sometimes fills up with water, and I’m sure I’ll find the WMD eventually. But a cat’s got to poop even if I haven’t found them yet.”

        “Exactly. I don’t care about WMD or Bin Laden, I just like to poop in the bathtub because it’s fun to watch Disruptive clean it out.”

        “Dinner time, ladies.”

        “Nom nom nom. OMG this is the best noms ever!”

        “Nom nom nom this is exactly the same stuff he feeds us every single day because we won’t eat anything else.”

        “Yeah, isn’t is incredible?”

        “Dammit, not the bathtub AGAIN!”

    • Steverino247

      I left a position as the senior intelligence analyst for a tank division in 1981 in order to go to college and I knew this was a fucking mistake. Everybody I met after my younger son enlisted in the Army knew it was a fucking mistake. Most people I knew who were still in the Army when we liberated Kuwait thought THAT was a fucking mistake.

  • Toomush_Infer

    He’s the SMRT one….

    • MC

      “Vote for Jeb: The less dumberer Bush.”

  • Fly

    Jeb was raised as a free range chicken hawk.

  • Greg Fuderer

    by “faulty intelligence,” do we mean the yellow cake misinformation we provided to the Brits which they then gave back to us to which we then said “see, Britain says they got yellow cake”?

    • bobbert

      No, that was the good intelligence.

  • Greg Fuderer

    19 of jeb’s 21 advisors agree with him

    • Spotts1701

      And the 2 that don’t have been reassigned to the campaign HQ in Fargo.

  • Me not sure

    Ingraham blistered his ass!

  • Spotts1701

    Well, that’s what happens when you’re sitting fastball and get thrown a curve. You swing, miss, and look like an idiot doing so.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      To top it off, the catcher TOLD you it was going to be a curveball, because the pitcher was shrugging off the sign for the heater and pissed off the catcher, and you still didn’t pay attention.

  • nelore

    John Bolton hid a smile behind the 80’s cok mustache when he heard that

  • Toomush_Infer

    Fuck it – let’s do it live!….

  • Beaumarchais?

    Why didn’t she ask him some tough questions, like his favorite food? Damned librul media!

    • Doug Langley

      “What newspapers do you read?”

      • nmmagyar

        Boxers or Briefs?

  • Mehmeisterjr

    Laura Ingraham’s battle cry is “Look, I’m a Republican, but I’m not an idiot! I’m not stupid!”

    Laura, none of the candidates comes within a country mile of fulfilling that standard and neither do you.

    • beatbort

      She really should use the words of that nutcase who ran for U.S. Senate in Delaware as her battle cry: “I am not a witch.”

  • Zippy

    I do believe that his answer shows that he misunderstood the question, but I don’t think that actually reflects that much better on him.

    • There’s a saying in politics – “Don’t answer the question they asked you, answer the question YOU WISH they had asked you.” I think that’s what happened here. It works most of the time, because the interviewers so rarely ask a follow-up question. The reason he isn’t getting away with it, is that the two questions are so similar that his answer to the ‘wish’ question is being taken as his answer to the actual question.

      • Zippy

        That, and I think we’re finding out that “Jeb” has a serious Achilles heel named W. He can’t bring himself to throw his own brother under the bus. An admirable trait normally, but I’ll be damned if I want the guy in charge setting national policy based upon not hurting his sibling’s feelings.

        • Me not sure

          Butthurt and dynasty don’t go together well.

      • Villago Delenda Est

        Sarah Palin showed us how that was done when she debated Joe Biden.

  • Rick Hill

    Damn this is old. Don’t these fcks do one thing right, ever? Every utterance, every action is so grounded in stupidity or fealty to the all mighty dollar or to back up their ideology. All day, every day.

  • beatbort

    Dip shit should have answered the question in Spanish.

    • TheBidenator

      He does refer to himself as the Hispanic candidate…I don’t know if it’s a fuck you to thirsty boy or if wonder bread is deluded enough to think he can pander to Hispanics.

    • DahBoner
  • Thaumaturgist

    Not as simple as AOT, K, but maybe Y, ISWATW, M might have some life to it.

  • MC

    It’s funny that Jeb feels the need to hide behind Hillary’s skirt. And by funny, I mean pathetic.

    • Jen_Baker_VA

      Pantsuit Libel!!!!

      • bobbert

        Sisterhood of the Travelling Pantsuits. A great line in a decent speech.

  • Rational

    I remember the old idiot being asked what he might have gotten wrong or regretted about his term besmirching the country and he nsaid nothing.
    So before Jeb starts to claim that his big bro thinks the stovepiped “intelligence” that the big dick cheney fed him was wrong I want to here a very loud and public Mea Culpa from the idiot and his crew, most of which Jeb is hiring.

    • Doug Langley

      Not completely true. There was one thing that Bush didn’t like about his prezidenting. Some third-rate rapper called him a bad name and it just wrecked his day.

      • Rational

        But that was not any action of his or his junta.
        The question was what mistakes or regrets do you have about what you have done.

        i am sure he was not happy that he wasn’t just appointed dictator, and he did say so, but since that wasn’t something he could do anything about, though he did try with scalia’s help, it doesn’t count.

        • Doug Langley

          I know. It’s just the only thing I ever heard him say that bugged him about his term.

  • coozledad

    I see that the principal cheerleaders are beginning to despair of an opportunity to rewrite the history of that clusterfuck, finally.

    Now they’re just trying to stay out of the dock.

    I’d like to remind them that the arc of justice is long. I hope they think about that every day.

  • jesuswasablack

    “Jeb Bush sat down for a Fox News interview with Megyn Kelly”
    Did she ask if Jebby thought jesus and or Santa was white?

    • Dee Andee

      It’s pretty scary when a Bush can’t even get through an interview on Fox without screwing it up, of all things. Let’s sic Katie Couric on him & see what happens.

  • chascates

    But does he offer proof that God talks to him? Can he promise he’ll almost choke to death on pretzels while watching a ball game?

    • TheBidenator

      He’s Dubya II for many, many reasons…

  • TheBidenator

    Great still shot, Evan yep…he’s got the same curious George dummkopf look on his face when he’s thinking…

    His slogan should be: Fuck Learnin’ Anythin, Make Way Fer Dubya II!

  • VandeGraf

    Jeb digs the hole deeper and deeper. A clue, a clue, his kingdom for a clue!

  • Manhattan123

    Jeb just found WMD. Who’s More Dumb?

  • Jen_Baker_VA

    the 2016 GOP nominee needs to be somebody who can say, “look, I’m a Republican, but I’m not an idiot! I’m not stupid!”
    Demmit all, Democrats have been saying that for the past few decades.

  • say wha

    I cannot form an opinion on Heb’s smartness until I hear from The Pet Goat.

    • psychobroad

      Don’t know who started it, but someone threw out the “Heb” thing after it came out that he registered as hispanic on something–voter reg? I was really hoping it would catch on because it makes me laugh out loud just to think of it, much less see it!

    • psychobroad

      Don’t know who started it, but someone threw out the “Heb” thing after it came out that he registered as hispanic on something–voter reg? I was really hoping it would catch on because it makes me laugh out loud just to think of it, much less see it!

    • DahBoner

      Baaaa

  • Last Hussar

    Typical ‘Gotcha’ question from the Librul media.

  • Adam Pack

    OK, I know it’s a hotly contested title, but I think Jeb might be the stupidest-looking Bush.

    • Mehmeisterjr

      Noelle certainly looks dumber in her mug shots but it won’t be a fair comparison until Heb and Dubya pose for their own mug shots.

  • Me not sure

    So, Jeebus, knowing what you know now would you have trusted that Judas guy? Yes? …So you were kinda askin’ for it.

  • MikeyArmstrong

    No wonder these dumb fucks want to keep hammering at the Clinton foundation. Every time one of their clowns open up their mouths something hateful or immensely stupid comes out.

    • Jay B.

      And he’s the smart one!

    • longtail

      Well, you know, that whole charity thing is kind of suspicious.

  • Kgprophet

    Wait, wasn’t Jeb supposta be the smart one?

    • Iron Monkey

      That’s the problem–he is the smart one.

  • dsmith

    OK, five thousand American soldiers died….FIVE THOUSAND….and he casually says…Yeah, mistakes were made but I wouldn’t change a thing. So the mothers who cling to their son’s pillow on Mothers Day mourning their lost sons can take solace that Jeb would have their son sacrificed at the neocon alter just like little brother. What a Sh#t!

  • Paperless Tiger

    And the Iraqis, in this incredibly insecure environment, turned on the United States military because there was no security for themselves and their families.

    Well, that and the fact that they had been planning the resistance operation since they read PNAC’s invasion plan in 1997.

  • HobbesEvilTwin

    we’re really considering that a Bush is a viable candidate? Americans are box of rocks stupid, but even a box of rocks wouldn’t hand the keys over to the even more drunk frat boy.

  • katahdin

    So the Republicans have to find a candidate who’s a Republican, but not an idiot…
    Someone who believes that Mary and Joseph rode to Bethlehem on a dinosaur…
    Someone who believes that all the scientists in the world are involved in a plot to “trick” everyone in believing that the glaciers are really melting…
    Someone who believes that throwing tax cuts at billionaires will magically create a bazillion jobs….
    Maybe they should nominate Hillary.

  • DahBoner
  • sillyclucker

    Jeb, I think the time has come to spend more time with your family.

  • UnsaltedSinner

    I’m curious: When exactly did Laura Ingraham change her view of the Iraq invasion? She certainly didn’t think it was a stupid idea at the time:

    http://www.amazon.com/Shut-Up-Sing-Hollywood-Subverting/dp/0895260816

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