The only question one may ask themselves about Jeb Bush would be: "Can he recover after botching his campaign so completely right out of the gate?"
In a recent statement, Jeb Bush said that the only perfect presidential candidate from the Republican Party would be Jesus Christ. One shall assume that American voters can now cast their voted for Jeb Bush because they can not do so for Jesus Christ.
Campaigning in Iowa City, Bush was asked Saturday why he wasn't better prepared for questions about Iraq war and whether his fumbles are a sign of weakness.
"Nah, I don't think so," he told reporters. "Look, we are all going to make mistakes. If you're looking for a perfect candidate, he probably existed 2,000 years ago."
Jeb Bush made baffling remarks about the Iraq War, even though he had many years to think of an answer to.
Even if we assume that Jesus Christ could make the perfect Republican president for the 2016 election, he would have a plethora of reasons to find the Republican Party openly antagonistic to his teachings.
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