Jeb and George W., both leaving public office in the not-too-distant future, may find themselves fighting over the family political machine much the way they might have battled over the bit of pate' at the last family cocktail party.
The Los Angeles Times reports today the two may be at odds over who to back in the 2008 presidential race (assuming Jeb was just being coy in his NewsMax interview).
It's a huge fund-raising and vote-getting machine that the Bushs have amassed and the Times reports that Jeb seems to be leaning toward throwing his weight behind Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, while George W. seems to be leaning toward Arizona Sen. John McCain.
OBAMA WOWS 'EM IN NEW HAMPSHIRE
Democratic politicos in New Hampshire are letting it be know, Hillary Clinton may have a tough act to follow if/when she makes her first campaign appearance in the state.
As you can is the this report from the Associated Press , Obama was quite a hit on his weekend visit to New Hampshire, as some of observers of the state's political scene told the Boston Herald.
Obama, riding the wave, will be part of the opening of tonight's Monday Night Football broadcast on ESPN. According to the USA Today, Obama will hint at a "major decision" and then pledge his support for his hometown Chicago Bears in tonight's game.
KUCINICH TO MAKE IT OFFICIAL
We told you last week that Cleveland-area congressman Dennis Kucinich will run again for the Democratic nomination. The Plain Dealer reports Kucinich will make it official tomorrow.
ROMNEY TO FORM EXPLORATORY COMMITTEE
CNN reports today that Massachuestts Gov. Mitt Romney will form a presidential exploratory committee in January.