Anyone who harbored the thought that Jeb might be a better man than Dubya by now should have evicted that thought and changed the locks.Â Raw Story:
In an interview with the Union Leader, aspiring 2016 Republican presidential nominee Jeb Bush took a slap at the foreign policies of President Barack Obama, stating that the leader of theÂ free world uses too many big words and wastes his time at conferences with world leaders instead of forging ahead.
In video captured by C-SPAN, Bush criticized the White Houseâ€™s nuclear negotiations with Iran calling it, â€œthe Clinton-Kerry-Obama foreign policy playing out.â€
Bush then advocated for more blunt and simple type of statesmanship â€” reminiscent of the style of his brother, former President George W. Bush as well as Vice President Dick Cheney â€” in dealing with world.
â€œYou donâ€™t have to be the worldâ€™s policemen, but you have to be the worldâ€™s leader and thereâ€™s a huge difference,â€ Bush explained. â€œThis guy â€” this president and Secretary Clinton and Secretary Kerry â€“ when someone disagrees with their nuanced approach where itâ€™s all kind of so sophisticated it makes no sense. You know what Iâ€™m saying?â€
Bush continued, â€œBig syllable words and lots of fancy conferences and meetings and â€“ Weâ€™re not leading. That creates chaos. It creates a more dangerous world. So restoring the alliances that have kept the world safer and our country safer â€“ getting back to a position in the Middle East where thereâ€™s no light between Israel and the United States.â€
One wonders whom the Bushies hire to help Jeb use a fork and tie his shoes.