Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Just when you thought the Jeb Bush campaign could not get any more pathetic.

That is an email received by one Ashley Feinberg, and posted to Gawker, in which Jeb! promises to leave her alone for the rest of 2015, if she will just send him a measly $25.00.

Doesn't this kind of remind you of a stalker who says that if you go out on a date with them just once, they will stop calling your phone, looking through your windows, and following you around in their car?

Personally I don't get it, since Jeb has already spent at least 36 million dollars and his poll numbers are STILL in the toilet, how could another $25.00 really help?

Now if this were a promise to leave everybody in the country alone forever, it might not be a bad deal.


  1. Anonymous9:08 AM

    Isn't this something called blackmail?

  2. Anonymous9:08 AM

    OT-Can you say "PUNK THUG WHITE BOY"?>

  3. Anonymous9:37 AM

    All she has to do is put that email address on her 'blacklist' and she won't get anymore of them. Works for me everytime.

  4. Anonymous9:41 AM

    Couldn't someone get Palin to do that? All we have to do is send $25 and she and her abstinence daughter will "really" turn into the privacy seekers they always publicly claim to be. I've never answered her pacs pleas for money before but if she promised to STFU I might consider it.

    1. Anonymous11:05 AM

      9:41, just remember Palin lies alot. ;-)

  5. Anonymous10:20 AM

    Jeb! is hoping last nights debate propelled him to the top tier! I doubt it will, and it's too late.

    1. Anonymous10:34 AM

      I was slumming over at c4p earlier, and someone posted a tweet pic of Jeb!'s Florida headquarters last night. All the chairs set up for the big viewing and all empty!

  6. Anonymous10:20 AM

    Note that it's only good until the end of the year. Whoop Dee Doo!

  7. Anonymous10:55 AM

    Used to have to serve a few terms in the senate or house to become a millionaire ... now
    you just have to run for President.

    1. Anonymous11:22 AM

      This will guarantee 15-20 candidates next time, too.

      "Carson just completed a string of seven paid speeches that commanded fees worth as much as $500,000 in total. Fiorina delivered a pair of $48,000 speeches in October".....

      Read more:

  8. Anonymous11:39 AM

    Ted Cruz isn’t going to win the Republican nomination

  9. Anonymous12:05 PM

    I've been getting emails from a Wisconsin politician for years, asking me for money.
    I live in Minnesota!
    I have asked nicely to have my name removed from their list, but they don't read mail I guess, they just cash checks.
    I could "blacklist" this idiot, but someday I'll go to one of his press conferences and ask him (in front of reporters) why after repeated requests, he refused to take my name off his list.

  10. Anonymous12:17 PM

    And, Jeb Bush was only one of two that went after Trump during the Republican debate. He should get points for that! I thought he did a hell of a job and it was fun watching Trump get pissed off!

    Bush is correct, Trump doesn't have the temperament to be POTUS! And, I too, doubt he'll be elected and/or picked by Republicans to be their candidate.

    Looking forward to 2016 and seeing Hillary Clinton take her oath to become POTUS!

  11. Anonymous2:53 PM

    This one-time contribution is actually a tactic that a number of non-profits are using. I read that they have a fairly high success rate raising money, if they promise never to contact you again. It seems to work well for a lot of them, so I guess Jeb! thought he'd give it a go. He'll probably just squander the money on more useless TV ads, as apparently he has done with tens of millions of dollars, but hey, if you're gullible enough to give to the man, he'll happily spend it.

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