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-- politics especially presidential politics.
What a difference a few weeks makes just under a month ago the former -- governor of Florida Republican Jeb Bush.
Slammed the Republican presidential candidates all -- He said quote I used to be a conservative what is he now anyway.
And -- he went on to say and I watch these debates and I'm wondering I don't think I've changed.
But it's a little troubling sometimes when people are appealing to people's fears that emotion rather trying to get -- to look over the horizon.
For a broader perspective and that's kind of where we are.
And that's -- today governor bush.
Throwing its support behind governor Mitt -- urging others in the party to do so as well joining me now for more on this race.
Ed Rollins leading Republican strategist Fox News political analyst.
White House political director under Ronald Reagan great to have you here pleasure thank you what do you make -- personal I can't for the life of me understand exactly what Jeb Bush was trying to say.
But it was his -- by guests moderate excoriating of the cabinet to whatever.
At this point in time -- he's gonna win and I there's a lot of people jumping on the bandwagon -- he's no longer such a critic of this process I don't think so I think net investment the other guys who were in the race not the front runner you know what they say there's -- -- like winning to sort of suffering like -- thought nothing like winning.
So and it -- to the point that he is now the presumptive nominee.
-- know what you can beat him at this point in time he's -- the organization he's got the money we've talked about on this one the big key states.
Santorum may win a little bit more but it is there's no way you're gonna stop at this point in time.
So it's I think I think -- what bush is saying let's get -- on.
Exit poll -- Romney is the candidates 60% of voters assay has the greatest -- -- at one point the numbers were as high as 75% earlier waves.
Santorum only 22%.
I mean what's at about now well it's.
They wanted to and one -- voices heard and they don't particularly like this guy.
In -- you would like from the face now what about whether -- -- into the convention to say we don't like rob I think that's what they're for an up or part of incurred.
And it ended fairness seven Romney spent 42 million dollars beat the daylights out of -- -- back in the super back.
Which would be far better -- stars spending some of that money attacking Obama and it's selling himself from the key thing here.
Is -- swings 90% of your money is all been used attacking opponents.
You have to find yourself from one word that Romney's doesn't find himself as as a leader.
And that's what this country's -- reports leader.
You don't want could agree with you more and Gingrich and Paul -- in the race and Santorum.
And they're all complain about the same thing I mean.
Is it leadership to spend seven to one -- -- your opponents are spending.
In order to prevail mostly does that matter of all of that is our great and -- in -- mr.
Romney Romney has run for five years.
He built the campaign organization never shut -- down for the last time.
He raised the money he appealed to people.
Who thought he was a viable candidate and voters think he's the most viable -- which is why -- form.
These other guys coming get -- without an organization.
Without raising money and basically have gotten -- by an organization.
And President Obama gone out on the campaign trail all the talk.
-- -- -- -- -- You know we've only got 2% of the reserves we can't be -- -- we're gonna -- part of the pipeline now it -- you know I don't know where the oil comes in but -- -- -- -- truck and and from candidate you put it in -- big fight and but it finish the job here it joins I guess in in process our process and broader issue of alcohol.
He's -- it environmentalists.
Great to have -- -- my pleasure thank you.