Fri, 22 May 2015
The question on Iraq presented Jeb Bush with an opportunity to achieve a balance between family loyalty and thoughtful policy. All he needed was preparation.
Why it did not occur to him to prepare much earlier for an obvious question remains a mystery.
Marco Rubio had a chance to pick up the pieces. But he managed to trip over the shoelace on Jeb's foot.
Instead of finally proving himself to be the one candidate with a policy vision, he proved instead that vaudeville will never die.