Jeb Bush's 'Bush' Problem Hasn't Gone Away

Jeb Bush's 'Bush' Problem Hasn't Gone AwayInside local eatery the Pizza Ranch, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush was in the process of selling himself to a roomful of Iowa voters when a man asked Bush what his biggest mistake had been as governor of Florida and how he would change it. “That’s not a mistake,” Bush shot back. The exchange was an emblem of a deeply-rooted problem that the Bush campaign always knew it would face: The legacy of Bush’s brother, former President George W. Bush, who left office with a 34 percent approval rating and the specter of a political dynasty.

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