The RNC usually has a royal hierarchy in it's decision in running Presidential candidates, so Jeb Bush is due. In this article George Will sees the party being a problem to the nomination, but, that isn't the only hurdle he faces.
Let's put it this way, Jeb will be cognizant of his speech regarding the 47% and a security troop that runs the credentials of every person that comes in contact with donors, but, the fact he is still a "Romney Like" candidate is all too obvious. His sugar friends in Florida speaks for itself.
Posted: Thursday, April 3, 2014 12:00 am
Updated: 4:49 am, Thu Apr 3, 2014.
"...It would not be a moral failing (click here) for Bush to decide against enduring the marathon gantlet of presidential politics. He will not, however, have the nomination handed to him on a silver salver. And the nomination fight would be especially bruising because Bush has been admirably forthright, but certainly impolitic, about two divisive issues immigration and the "Common Core" national education standards for grades K through 12...."
I also believe Chris Christie will be right behind Jeb Bush through the entire GOP primaries. But, what do I know, I picked Michigan State.