Jeb Bush could have picked any week to endorse Mitt Romney. This week? Sub-optimal. The reason, though it might get ignored, is contained in this 2005 piece about the "Stand Your Ground" legislation that
Florida Gov. Jeb Bush has signed a bill giving residents the right to shoot in self-defense anywhere they feel threatened by would-be assailants.
The bill was signed as the National Rifle Association's lobbyist, Marion Hammer, looked over Bush's shoulder.
If Mitt Romney was the question-takin' type, this would be a good opportunity to suss out where he is on Stand Your Ground.
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