1. Partisanship

    Jeb Bush Disappointed With Party

    Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush gestures as he speaks at the Hispanic Leadership Network's conference, Thursday, Jan. 26, 2012 in Miami. Bush says the presidential candidates must earn his endorsement and wants the candidates to work hard to get to know Florida before he lends his support. But allowed that after Tuesday's primary he might reconsider. Bush also refused to rule out the possibility of the vice presidential spot on the 2012 GOP ticket, but he likened the chances to those of joining "Dancing with the Stars." (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

    Wilfredo Lee / AP Photo

    Jeb Bush is not pleased with the way the Republican discussion over immigration is going, arguing that Mitt Romney’s own rhetoric has put him “in somewhat of a box” for the election. “I do feel a little out of step with my party on this,” the former Florida governor said at a Bloomberg-hosted breakfast. He also said he blames President Obama for the current “disturbing” partisanship seen within the government these days and noted that if conservative hero Ronald Reagan were running today, even he might not win the Republican nomination.

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