Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush said Wednesday that in order to grow the economy “people need to work longer hours” -- a comment that the Bush campaign argues was a reference to underemployed part-time workers.
What does Jeb Bush do for work?
He is, for now, maintaining his position at his consulting firm, Jeb Bush & Associates, and at three private-equity funds that he has helped assemble during the past two years. According to Bloomberg Politics, the funds have together raised a hundred and twenty-seven million dollars, much of it from a Chinese conglomerate, called HNA, to invest in oil and gas ventures and in the aviation industry.
Which means expensive oil and gas will be in the best interest of America, if Bush is elected president because it is in the best interest of himself and all of his oil guzzling cronies that donated to his $114 million campaign fund. Which also means cheaper, alternative forms of energy such as solar will again be ignored.
“I’m not ashamed” of those ties, Bush told a reporter for a Miami TV station in December, about his former business affiliations. “Taking risk and creating jobs is something we ought to have more of.”
Yeah...risk, Jeb. Lot's of it. You and your brother boldly hide your wealth like shameless erections.