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Bush excites conservative faithful

What's a true conservative looking for a presidential candidate to do? The top three choices: a Mormon from liberal Massachusetts, a senator who lashed out at Jerry Falwell, and a former mayor who thought it was fun to get dressed up as drag queen.

Ah, if only for Jeb Bush, who defended conservative Republican principles yesterday at a gathering of the Conservative Summit in Washington.

Read the Washington Post story here, and then check out another Post story here in which he compares very favorably to his presidential brother.

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Pedro A. Romanach

Jeb Bush behaved disgracefully during the Terri Schiavo fiasco. As far as I am concerned, he is no better than the anti-gay, intolerant Religious Right wing of the Republican Party. I switched my registration to the Democrats in 2003 because the G.O.P. has been taken over by their backward, intolerant, anti-gay wing. Now the Tom Tancredo-type xenophobes are also an important part of the Republican Party, another reason not to be a registered Republican today.

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