Romney hails Jeb Bush endorsement as 'key moment' in Republican race

Some random thoughts on the passing scene (with apologies to Thomas Sowell). 1. Jeb Bush's endorsement of Mitt Romney reflects the establishment view that Illinois means its over and that it is time to rally the Republican

Republican presidential frontrunner Mitt Romney tightened his hold on the party nomination Wednesday when he secured one of the most sought-after endorsements, former Florida governor Jeb Bush. It comes on top of a commanding victory over Rick Santorum

The Palm Beach Post reports Jeb Bush has ended his neutrality in the 2012 presidential race and "now is the time for Republicans to unite behind Governor Romney and take our message of fiscal conservatism and job

Mitt Romney received a major boost by getting the endorsement of former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida.

The one thing that Jeb Bush's endorsement does do is fairly well put to bed the lunatic speculation that he might mount a bid of his own. Was the country really prepared to take another chance on the Bush family? Even on The Smart One?