All in all, it's hardly a surprise Tenet Healthcare stock has lost 85% of its value over the past five years. The company hadn't returned phone calls seeking a comment by press time; neither had the former governor's representatives. Tenet isn't partisan. Among its current directors is Bob Kerrey, the former Democratic senator from Nebraska. This will be Jeb Bush's first job since leaving the governor's office in Tallahassee four months ago. Of course, it's not quite the election he was hoping for. Once upon a time, the dynasty was grooming him to run for president. But his older brother got there first and has probably poisoned that well forever. Chris Matthews and Wolf Blitzer won't be on hand for the vote at Thursday's stockholders meeting. Do not expect to see many "Jeb '08" badges around the Westin Hotel in Dallas. Somehow, the atmosphere won't quite match the excitement of waiting for the returns from Ohio. But Jeb, look on the bright side. You've been complaining about your finances. Your last filings as governor showed your net worth was down to just $1.4 million. Obviously, that figure won't count any of the vast Bush family fortune. But still, it's embarrassing. Who wants to ask mom and pop for extra cash every Fourth of July? At your age, you should be buying your own yacht.