Jeb Bush outlined a wide-ranging plan to rein in the size of the federal government and curb the influence of lobbyists who live off it. Portraying himself as a political outsider Mr. Bush called for a 10 percent reduction in the federal workforce, an immediate hiring freeze, a constitutional amendment requiring a balanced budget and a six-year waiting period before members of Congress can become lobbyists.
He’s trying to become a hero to the working people.
Jeb Bush is not an outsider. You talk about the Kennedy dynasty in this country. The Bush dynasty has been way longer and way larger. He is not by any stretch an outsider. He’s trying to pull the same thing that Hillary Clinton is.
Some people will buy it. I won’t.
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