Jeb Bush has told NewsMax that he isn't "not ruling in or out" a possible bid for the White House in 2008 or possibly seeking to be the GOP's Vice Presidential candidate.
"We have problems with Medicare, and the cost associated with that. We have too much litigation in our country. That puts a burden on our businesses that no other country has. Our capital markets now are becoming anti-competitive because of over-regulation. We're not training the next generation work force in a way that allows them to be competitive, and jobs will go elsewhere," Bush pointed out.
When it came to the current front runners for the nomination the retiring Florida governor said, "I like Romney, but I'd also be comforted at night knowing that Rudy Giuliani was leading our nation in a time of war, and John McCain — all three of them."