On Friday, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush reportedly said he would consider being the vice presidential nominee on the Republican ticket in November if asked. Bush is very popular in the swing-state of Florida, and he has strong support among demographic groups key to winning the White House in 2012.

He is acceptable to some conservatives on Twitter…

https://twitter.com/#!/JWills_USC/status/193761236515692546

https://twitter.com/#!/djm6765/status/193754857881083904

https://twitter.com/#!/alvarofdez/status/193739796747788289

https://twitter.com/#!/solarenrgee/status/193683197157056512

…but not all:

https://twitter.com/#!/NEPatriots01752/status/193683300278218754

https://twitter.com/#!/PoliticalLogic/status/193453181764763648

https://twitter.com/#!/baseballcrank/status/193411476944461824

https://twitter.com/#!/vpdelisi/status/193770798316654592

Today, new reports stressed Bush’s emphatic denial that he wants the job:

https://twitter.com/#!/abettel/status/193775094689038337

 

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  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/4WFXXVPO6IWWPG3EOVMCOFR5ZI Blog

    Let’s agree to not elect any more Bushs, Clintons or Kennedys please.

  • http://navalwarfare.blogspot.com/ Libertyship46

    Jeb Bush may have been a good governor, but can we leave it at that? I think it’s too soon to have another Bush that close to the White House, especially when there are so many other good candidates out there. I would suggest Bobby Jindal from Louisiana. Great guy, great governor, and very, very, smart. He’d be a great choice.