Jeb Bush endorses Mitt Romney at Orlando event

Bush focus on helping business, says America needs leader with business experience

ORLANDO, Fla. - Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush visited Central Florida on Tuesday to show his support for Mitt Romney at an event at the Orlando Executive Airport.

Bush's speech on Tuesday focused on helping small business and job creation. The town hall-style meeting had a panel of small business owner giving testimonials about their struggles and economic concerns.

Bush told the audience the biggest problem America faces is the current regulatory market that cuts off free enterprise. Bush also spoke about the most recent jobs report and what he thinks about the economic recovery.

"Many of these jobs are part-time jobs. It's clear that the recovery is not a V-shaped recovery it's an "I-shaped recovery" and low growth will not create, deal with the problems a whole lot of people face," Bush said.

Bush said he is endorsing Romney because he believes the country needs a leader with practical business experience. He would not answer whether he will go for a cabinet position if Romney is elected.

Bush will be attending the Kissimmee Hispanic Victory Meet and Greet on Tuesday at 1 p.m.

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