With much of his address focusing on his support for illegal alien amnesty and ringers in the front cheering nearly every word, Bush shifted back to his Florida record as often as possible to avoid embarrassing topics like illegal alien amnesty and his strong support for Common Core.
Answering general softball questions from radio host Sean Hannity, Bush successfully pivoted off his liberal views on amnesty and Common Core by shifting the topic to his more conservative agenda items from his eight years as Florida Governor from 1999 through 2007.
He did hold firm on his support for Terri Schiavo, did not back away from his pro-marriage position and endorsed Colorado’s legalizing pot.
He looks old and grey. That may or may not be a plus for him.