When one examines the Bush Family, a true dynasty if there ever was one, it is clear that it follows a definite pattern.
In 1980, George H. W. Bush sought the Presidency, but lost the nomination to Ronald Reagan, and agreed to be his running mate and Vice President for the next eight years.
In 1988, Bush ran for and won the Presidency, but then lost it in a three candidate race in 1992 to Bill Clinton, with Ross Perot helping to defeat Bush, due to his 19 percent of the popular vote.
In 2000, eight years after George H. W. Bush left the Presidency, George W. Bush sought and won the Presidency for two terms.
In 2016, eight years after George W. Bush served as President, Jeb Bush is now running for President.
Let’s imagine that Jeb Bush wins the Presidency and serves two terms.
Waiting in the wings is his son George P. Bush, Land Commissioner in Texas, at age 38. It is conceivable that George P. Bush could seek the Presidency after seeking a Senate seat or the Governorship race in the future in Texas, and could, at age 48 in 2024, or age 56 in 2032, eight years after his dad would finish his two terms, seek the Presidency himself!
And Bush Senior was 62; George W. was 54; Jeb would be 63; and George P. at 56 would all fit a definite pattern of being in the normal range for Presidential ages!