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Jeb Bush just doesn’t know when to quit talking. While appearing with Sean Hannity last night, the candidate responded to the Democratic debate with his own interesting ideas to fix the economy — or maybe it’s his idea to ruin the economy.

“Let’s disrupt Washington — let’s create a little bit of a recession in Washington, D.C.,” Jeb said, “so that we can have economic prosperity outside of Washington.”

Because if there’s one thing people know will help them, it’s the idea of a president named Bush who starts a recession. At least he’s living up to the family name.

The key moment comes just after the 4:00 mark in the video above.

Video via Hannity/Fox News.

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