The Jeb! Bush campaign is in flames, resembling a steak that was left on the grill for about two days too long. The secondhand embarrassment his campaign moments are generating are almost too much to bear.
While front-runner Donald Trump is setting attendance records at stadiums across the country, Baby Bush is speaking to sleepy gatherings small enough to not even require a microphone – and having to beg for applause:
In the Iowa caucuses, Little Jebbie spent over $2,800 per vote. In New Hampshire, where his super PAC invested over $36 million, he was barely able to squeak out a 4th place finish. Each Granite State vote cost him over $1,150 – roughly 60 times more than Ted Cruz, who invested only $18 per vote.
As if things couldn’t get any worse, poor Jeb! was kicked off the stage in the middle of his speech to the Nashua Rotary Club – on the day of the New Hampshire primaries:
Jeb first resorted to dragging his 90-year-old mother out on the campaign trail in New Hampshire – which was a failure. Now he is hoping the star power of his former-president brother will boost his chances before the South Carolina primary.
If you have to announce that your “campaign is not dead,” it probably will be very soon…
Stick a fork in this one – he’s way past ‘done.’