Up is down, left is right. One week after Bill Clinton had some kind words
to say about Mitt Romney’s time in the private sector, Jeb Bush on
Thursday had something nice to say about President Obama’s time in
During a lengthy interview on CBS’s This Morning,
the former Florida governor credited the president for bringing Arne
Duncan on as his secretary of eduction, and for redirecting the focus of
the department to concentrate on students more than administrations.
“Any time an elected official in the world we’re in today that appears
so dysfunctional challenges a core constituency not of their opponent
but of their own political base, I think we should pause and give them
credit,” Bush said.