Wednesday, July 28, 2004

Regional: Jeb Bush promotes Fla. "Gateway to Caribbean" in Canada.


Let's settle down, relax, and read a little Canadian article that promises to inform us on an important conference just held in that future 51'st (...or was that 52nd?) state regarding the "Caribbean" Gateway's investment opportunities.
Governor Jeb Bush promotes 'gateway to the Caribbean'


MIKE DE SOUZA
The Gazette

Wednesday, July 28, 2004

Florida Governor Jeb Bush danced around political questions as he opened a three-day trade mission to Montreal and Ottawa yesterday.

Bush promoted his state as a gateway to the Caribbean for investors as he addressed a lunchtime crowd of the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal.

But when pressed by reporters, he refused to speculate on his brother George W. Bush's chances of being re-elected as U.S. president later this year.
Well that was quick...From "Gateway to the Caribbean", and then BAM!

Like a beleaguered shrimp in Louisiana...The topic of helping his brother is slammed on the press-boards...

"I will do what any brother would do," Bush said.

"My first duty is to be the best governor I can be. Hopefully that helps him, but I will be a volunteer - I am a volunteer - in his campaign and (will) work hard in his re-election."
Duh!
Did they think he was going to let slip the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy's Secret World Domination Starting With Canada...Plan?

Anyway, the reporter sums it all up with Canadian Premier Jean Charest:
Charest welcomed Bush by praising his family saying he was a great admirer of his father, the former president Bush.

Canadian liberal knives..Zeh steeeng so sweet...Eh?

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