The presidential elections are right around the corner. The economy is in a rut. The people are not making ends meet and they want to know, what it is that each candidate plans to do about it. After the candidates announce their ideas they find that not everyone is receptive to them.
Jeb Bush has found himself in hot water after a comment in which he stated, that people need to work more hours and be more productive in order to stimulate the economy. The people responded rather quickly to his idea. Many of them say they are working two jobs already. People are finding it harder and harder to get full time work that pays well. So instead they take on two part time jobs that pay as minimal as possible. Or one full time job at minimum wage. The problem, they say is simple; they need better wages, and not longer hours.
Many people believe that Jeb Bush is out of touch with the average person. He has lived his life in the top one percent. Dr Jennifer Walden understands that he has never known what it means to struggle to put food on the table for his family.
It is hard to tell yet how this will affect Bush on the campaign trail, but the prognosis is so far is not good.