"But the question .. is whether the enormous legacy advantage that George W. Bush enjoyed will still be there."
York presumes Bush's legacy is to Jeb's advantage. Doesn't York remember W's spending and deficits and bailouts? None of these are popular with conservatives, except perhaps among Republicans working in politics, who see government spending as fattening their pockets.
Doesn't York question what Jeb's policies would be? Or does it matter? Is "royal blood" more important to York than someone who can articulate and implement conservative policies?
Jeez - When "conservative" pundits start promoting politicians on legacy, looks, or anything but their record and positions, we've lost.