This is another one of those threads. Establishment types come in, and lecture the rest of the heathens, trying to educate the blood thirsty savages.
At least that's how it appears.
I'm often cast into the conservative camp. It's ok, I really don't care, but the fact is, I'm more of a libertarian, and on some things I'm not very conservative. The only reason I state my position is that I think there are a lot of people like me. My best friend is a left leaning moderate. We get along because we don't get emotional about our views. We see many things the same, and where we diverge, it really doesn't matter. In the long run, we educate each other.
So, my point is, what is it that would compel someone to vote Republican? Republicans almost never publicize or elaborate on alternatives. There is no cohesive message. The number one thing that Republicans tout is that they will stop Obama, (which they aren't doing). In most cases, I see very little difference between sides. The biggest difference I see is Democrats are committed to their agenda, and some will even fall on their sword to advance the cause, as they did passing obamacare. Republicans seem to be quite happy to be in a minor role as obstructionists without being required to have vision, or be accountable for a plan.
EDIT: As for Jeb Bush? Anyone who thinks someone named Bush could be elected president in the next 20 years, needs to do some more thinking. Pat Paulsen is more likely to be elected, and he's dead.