Saturday, January 15, 2011

Jeb Bush, the Hispanice Vote, and the Economy

Today's Wall Street Journal has a great interview with former Florida Governor, Jeb Bush.  He discusses the need to reach out to the Hispanic voters and provides some great suggestions.  He also discusses the future of the Republican Party and how to approach the next two years; including the GOP's approach to the economy.  His ideas are right on and a must read for anyone who wants to see a successful GOP.  Although it is doubtful that another Bush could successfully win the White House (and he denies any intention), any successful candidate needs to adopt his approach (maybe Chris Christie?)

Bush sums it up nicely: "There is a balance between standing on principle and finding common ground, and we need both. Common ground doesn't have to be compromise of principle."

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