Oh, you mean this one?
Yep. Totally appropriate right about now:
Despite being backed by the monumental Right to Rise super PAC, Jeb Bush said Monday he would “eliminate” the Supreme Court decision that paved the way for super PACs.
“If I could do it all again I’d eliminate the Supreme Court ruling” Citizens United, Bush told CNN’s Dana Bash. “This is a ridiculous system we have now where you have campaigns that struggle to raise money directly and they can’t be held accountable for the spending of the super PAC that’s their affiliate.”
Bush’s Right to Rise super PAC has dominated the fundraising race, pulling in $117.6 million last year, according to the latest FEC filings. But that money has not been enough to stop Bush’s fall from the front of the Republican pack. And Right to Rise, run by Bush confidant Mike Murphy, has become the subject of derision among Bush supporters.
Evidently he’s so bitter about it, he’s willing to spit on the First Amendment:
According to CNN, Bush “would seek a constitutional convention.” So there you go.
Well, that’s too damn bad.
Maybe he should just join up with “right porridge” John Kasich and vie with Hillary and Bernie for the Dem nomination.