Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush isn't ruling out a future bid for the White House, but he wants to discuss a pressing national issue first.
Bush is promoting his new book, "Immigration Wars," in which he criticized GOP candidate Mitt Romney for moving so far to the right on immigration that it became "all but impossible" for him to appeal to Latino voters in the 2012 election. But, he's not being easy on President Obama, either.
"The president has had a chance to lead on this issue. He hasn't yet. That's not to say that he won't," said Bush.
Bush telling Sean Hannity on WOKV yesterday, he wants to help rework the conservative message to support an economic-based immigration policy.
"We need to create a system where it's easier to come legally, than illegally," said Bush. "It's very hard to come legally because we have family reunification as the principle means by which you get into the country, rather than having certain skills or just a desire to come."