|Sure, every campaign’s goal is to make you want to have a beer with the candidate, but what if the candidate doesn’t particularly want to have a beer with you?
That in a nutshell could well be the single biggest challenge facing the embryonic Jeb Bush-for-president campaign. Not Common Core. Not immigration reform. Not his last name. But a grueling, 600-plus-day slog that requires shaking thousands of hands and chatting with countless voters all over the country, when the candidate in question would just as soon disappea...|