I have just read Larry Thornberry's piece outlining his arguments against Jeb Bush's impending bid for the White House and would like to offer the following comments.
Larry argues that many conservatives will be turned off by Bush due to his soft stance on immigration and his fervent support for Common Core. While this will be a deal breaker for a lot of conservatives, I don't think this deters Bush in the least. John McCain's equally soft stance on immigration didn't prevent him from winning the GOP nomination in 2008 nor did Mitt Romney's implementation of government mandated health care stop him from carrying the Republican banner in 2012. Methinks that Bush likes his chances.