Jeb Bush’s presidential aspirations are over even as he’s officially launching them.
It doesn’t matter how much money he raises. It doesn’t matter how much the liberal media tries to brainwash us about how he’s the only “electable” candidate we have. It doesn’t matter how many people he has shilling for him on Fox News. And it doesn’t even matter how unlikeable Hillary Clinton is or how little the public trusts her.
We can look at 1980 as the watershed year for such analysis because that was the moment of the last major political realignment in America – the Reagan Revolution. It produced two tectonic shifts: The Christian Right was born and the former solidly Democrat south began moving into the Republican column.