WRITTEN BY: GEORGE LUJACK
Jeb Bush’s campaign has thus far spent over 50-million dollars on political ads, by far the most money spent by of any of the republican candidates for president, and in doing so he has been able to maintain his 5% figure in the national polls. Where Jeb’s poll numbers would be if he hadn’t spent that 50-million dollars on campaign ads is anyone’s guess.
One thing is for sure; Jeb Bush’s ads are not very effective or original. In his latest ad, Bush goes after Marco Rubio, apparently in an attempt to garner the GOP establishment vote. In it, he portrays Rubio as a flip-flopper and himself as a steady train.
Jeb Bush and his campaign are further embarrassing themselves with this latest ad that can be viewed here.
Jeb’s campaign is OBVIOUSLY trying to use the train imagery in this latest ad in an attempt to emulate symbolism that Trump’s social media supporters have been successfully using in support of a seemingly unstoppable Trump.
Jeb can spend all the money in the world. It is only a matter of time before the Jeb train derails and his campaign comes to a screeching end.
No one is getting aboard the Jeb train.