The “Donohue Plan” Begins Successfully – Marco Rubio Paving Way for Jeb Bush….

Marco Rubio is the strategic plow for a Jeb Bush GOP primary win.  The Decepticon machine in general, and Tom Donohue specifically, is using the EXACT SAME strategy successfully used in Virginia against Ken Cuccinelli to give the VA Governor’s race to Democrats. 

In Kentucky it was used to push McConnell back into office.  In Mississippi it was used to push Thad Cochran back into office (despite his dementia).   In 2015/16 primary it is being used to push Jeb Bush to victory in the GOP primary.  Alas, just like 2012 through 2014, few can see it and even fewer accept it.

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(Via Hot Air) As the 2016 presidential cycle looms larger in the minds of political reporters, the “invisible primary” is becoming less and less opaque.

The hawkish casino magnate, notable establishmentarian, and prolific GOP donor Sheldon Adelson is reportedly beginning to turn a favorable eye toward Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL). According to Politico, Adelson sees Rubio as “the future of the Republican Party.”

“He has also said that Rubio’s Cuban heritage and youth would give the party a strong opportunity to expand its brand and win the White House,” Politico reported.

Adelson might be making a smart bet. According the latest Quinnipiac poll, Rubio now leads the field of Republican candidates as the top choice of GOP primary voters to win the party’s presidential nomination. “The Republican primary field shows Rubio with 15 percent, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush with 13 percent and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker with 11 percent,” the Quinnipiac University poll’s release read. “No other candidate tops 9 percent and 14 percent remain undecided.”

Rubio’s bounce in the polls follows his presidential announcement ten days ago. Although Rubio’s boost in support is apparently more pronounced than those of Sens. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Rand Paul (R-KY), both of these candidates experienced a similar bounce in polls of GOP voters following their campaign unveilings.

While it may be tempting to write off Rubio’s bounce as a natural outgrowth of the hype that accompanied his announcement, the Florida senator’s performance against Hillary Clinton in this poll is harder to dismiss. Of the seven Republican candidates Quinnipiac tested, Rubio comes closest to besting Clinton in a head-to-head matchup. In this survey, 43 percent of respondents backed Rubio while 45 percent expressed support for Clinton; a finding within this survey’s 2.7 percent margin of error. (read more)

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27 Responses to The “Donohue Plan” Begins Successfully – Marco Rubio Paving Way for Jeb Bush….

  1. doodahdaze says:

    By crook, or by crook. The GOP will have the Jebster as their designated loser. The whole next year of baloney is a dog and pony show. DFI.

    Liked by 4 people

    • joanfoster says:

      Primary season hasn’t even started. What makes you so certain that Jeb Bush will get the votes sufficient to win the nomination. I am asking not because I am a Rubio supporter which I am not, but what is the rationale?


    • Betty says:

      The GOPe do not intend Jeb to lose. McCain, and for sure Romney, were GOP cannon fodder for Jeb in 1016. If a Republican would have won in 2012, as it should have, Jeb could not challenge it for the nomination now. So they purposely stuck us with 4 more years of Obama.


  2. cg says:

    Reblogged this on Catholic Glasses.


  3. cg says:

    Classic “bait and hook” stupid, low information voters!


  4. Sentient says:

    Interesting article about how delegates will be awarded I don’t see a date on that article. I view this (rightly or wrongly) as Bush v Walker. The reason I say Walker is that he seems acceptable to most of the nominating electorate. Even if he’s not everyone’s first choice, he’s an acceptable second choice. The anti-Bush GOP voters seem to be a good 70%. Bush could still win, though, because every state on or after March 15th is winner-take-all. So Bush could win with 20% support – like Hitler. The key to whether Jeb will be foisted upon us is how long the lesser candidates will stay in – out of pure ego. Huckabee, Jindal, Bolton, Christie, Santorum, Perry, Graham – none of those guys are going anywhere. Whoever doesn’t come in in the top three in any of the first three states should immediately drop out and urge their supporters to support the top (or most plausible) non-Bush.

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  5. Page Turner says:

    I became wary of Rubio when the media and kleptocrats reported favorably about him but ripped Walker, Cruz and Paul to shreds. I suspect he’s a Latin version of the media/kleptocrat Obama creation.

    Liked by 3 people

  6. fred says:

    This GOP think they are so smart and we are so stupid. They throw all their fights like an aging wrestler taking the ten count but of course with alibis all set up. They will do whatever it takes to Jeb in there and it may be impossible to stop that. Not casting a vote is the last thing we could do or write a candidate in. Either way nothing will ever change if we keep letting them play us.

    Liked by 1 person

    • justfactsplz says:

      I’m for writing in a candidate if it comes to that so my voice is heard that they aren’t going to cram Jeb down my throat. WE THE PEOPLE need to be heard from.

      Liked by 3 people

      • TheLastDemocrat says:

        I see the predicament. The conservative/republican party does not give you much to vote for, or much to motivate you, when those already in office seem to roll over so easily on crystal clear issues, and the power that be keep trying to get someone as thrilling as McCain nominated again.

        One way out of the predicament would be a very significant portion voting a write-in that sends a very strong signal to those elected, and to other conservatives. To be effective: the write-ins would have to be for one person, not all over the place; should not be an also-ran who loses (it is too easy to dismiss any candidate’s particular bloc or faction), should not be a talk radio host (hey, Michael Savage, why don’t you run — you don’t take any gruff from anyone!).

        The write-in could be: Breitbart? Reagan?

        Y’all are gonna fail again – how much easier could it have been than to defeat Obama II?

        Y’all will be split between “we have to vote” and “let’s not vote because they are just using us.”

        If the R ticket had 8% or more voting “Breitbart,” or “Snowden,” or “Reagan,” that would shake things up.
        Hurry. The Marxists are not slowing down at all over on this side of the aisle.


        • justfactsplz says:

          I wasn’t thinking about Reagan or Breitbart but that would work too. I was thinking Walker or Cruz Just to get the message across that we don’t want any more Rinos.


      • tessa50 says:

        If many do that, Hillary will win. I think she will anyway. Not a happy thought.


  7. BigMamaTEA says:

    Let’s see what happens when Walker announces.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. BigMamaTEA says:

    And Marco is going to have to give up his Senate seat. Think he’s been promised VP?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Sentient says:

      He can’t be VP under Jebito, since they can’t both be from the same state. If Walker gets the nomination, he’d be better to pick Susana Martinez – if she’d take it.


      • Actually, both can be from Florida. The Constitution actually says that the ELECTOR can only vote for one from the same state as himself. That means that the Florida electors must choose between casting a ballot for Jeb as president or Rubio as VP. It could potentially create the possibility of a P & VP from different parties. But it applies only to Florida electors.


    • 2x4x8 says:

      yes, it seems VP is a more likely goal, as with Carly Fiorino, she has never won elective office, losing the California Senate race to incumbent Barbra Boxer by a million votes, 2016 should be Carly’s chance again, as Barbra is retiring, but California is sooooo Liberal Democrat, Republicans have a difficult time at Senate and Governor offices

      just to mention, Illinois is not in the same league as CA and NY, Rahm is on the conservative business side, and outside Chicago, especially downstate farmers are conservative pro gun, there have been past highly admired Republican Gov like Jim Thompson and Jim Edgar and currently Bruce Rauner is up for the task of getting the state’s house in order

      also, you will notice with Harry Reid retiring, Sen Dick Durbin, next in line for leadership is getting the shaft, Dick is an old time Dem, born in East St Louis, and as a Congressman, represented conservative Springfield not liberal Chicago, he only came, later in life, to anti gun and pro gay marriage, in order to move up and run for Senator he evolved, unlike Chuck Schumer and Patty Murray who are life long true believers, who will use illegal methods to advance the agenda, and not just govern


    • sundance says:

      VP? Doubtful. IMHO Rubio’s concerns focused first and foremost about financial impacts to giving up his Senate seat.

      That’s where Donohue steps in and tells him his financial future is bright and he will be taken care of generously by corporate interests. A cushy job awaits Rubio at any firm with a K-Street presence.

      I don’t believe for a minute a VP job was even a consideration or is even a remote possibility going forward. For Rubio the issue was money and financial security, for Donohue it’s keeping the premier spot at the trough to frame favorable policy.


  9. beaujest says:

    Ted still best !


  10. I do not feel that I am too picky or ask for too much. I just want a real conservative that LOVES this country.


  11. As long as Jeb continues to push open borders and common core he will not win a single primary no matter what kind of clever plan is being hatched.


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