“This last week I saw something that was breathtaking. A candidate – a former secretary of state who was campaigning in Massachusetts, where she said don’t let them tell you that businesses create jobs,” Bush said as the crowd booed. “The problem with America today is not enough jobs are being created, but they are created by businesses.”

Of course, the former secretary of state was Hillary Clinton. She later backpedaled on the remarks, saying that she “shorthanded this point,” and the economy grows when good-paying jobs are created.

But it was enough for Republicans to pounce, and Bush, who is said to be mulling a run for the presidency, used it to jab at Clinton, who is, as we all know, thinking about it too.