“Wacko birds” and “chirpers,” what is it with RINO’s and bird-related name calling?
Jeb Bush says he’s not worried that his work toward comprehensive immigration reform and his ties to the GOP establishment will alienate conservatives and negatively impact a potential 2016 presidential campaign, referring to critics as “the chirpers.”
“If I decide to run for office again, it will be based on what I believe, and it will be based on my record,” the former Florida governor said in an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network’s David Brody. “And that record was one of solving problems completely from a conservative prospective.”
Bush (R) pointed to his conservative credentials on social issues, cutting taxes and shrinking government.
“I will be able to, I think, manage my way through all the chirpers out there,” he said.