(CNN) – Jeb Bush was one of the most sought-after endorsements ahead the presidential primary season. But the former Florida governor stayed neutral, despite reports many of his close associates were gravitating towards Mitt Romney.
Now, Bush has become the latest establishment Republican to formally throw his support behind John McCain. In a statement released by the McCain campaign, he called the Arizona senator a "patriot and devoted conservative leader."
"Like no other candidate in the field, John McCain has made tremendous sacrifices for this nation," said Bush. "He is beholden to no interest other than that of the public good. He is determined and steadfast in his commitment to reducing the burden of high taxes, restoring the people's trust in their government, and winning the war against radical Islamic extremists."
– CNN Ticker Producer Alexander Mooney
great, maybe Jeb will steal the election for McCain too
Just goes to prove my theory that no matter what McCain will be your next president.
I knoew it would be a matter of time before he resurfaced. He screwed Florida and we are still feeling the underbrush!!! Glad he is gone. I don't understand why he was here in the first place.