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Jules Witcover
2016 voters may choose between two dynasties
2016 voters may choose between two dynasties

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush's candid interest in seeking the presidency in 2016 raises skepticism about whether the voters would vote for a third Bush in the Oval Office. It's based in part on the view, among Democrats anyway, that his father was unimpressive and that his brother was a reckless foreign-policy adventurer. Thus, the thinking goes, a third Bush would be too much for voters to swallow. In any event, the Bush family image is at best a mixed blessing. The senior George has been honored more for his amiability than for his strength as a national leader. And the junior George suffers from his behavior as the architect of an unnecessary invasion of Iraq based on...