George P. Bush announced his candidacy for Texas Land Commissioner on Tuesday, his first step toward saving the GOP (eventually). As the son of Jeb Bush and the nephew of George W. Bush, the 36-year-old lawyer is no stranger to politics, but he still has a lot to learn about the proper use of Beyoncé in one's campaign. Having her host a fundraiser for you at Jay-Z's 40/40 Club is good. Having an instrumental version of "Halo" playing so loudly in your campaign video that it's hard to focus on the lessons your "Ganny" taught you is bad.
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