The right's rejection of Jeb has been the most wonderful part of this election so far.
For anyone who still says the jury's still out on the dubya presidency, or that history will be the judge, the message is clear.
He was so bad, that his brother can't break 2% support.
He was so bad, that repubs try to never even talk about him, in hopes that voters will simply forget that chapter in our history, and forget what republican leadership and priorities look like when carried out.
He was so bad, that a country with millions of racists elected a black man after him.
Now repubs say "go away bushes" so that they can pretend it never happened, so that we'll vote for another stupid religious rightwinger, and do it all over again.