The US is gradually shifting in the poll mode as Republican Jeb Bush, who is among the frontrunners for Republican presidential candidate, is going to launch a scathing attack during a luncheon speech to the Detroit Economic Club on those who he calls have a “liberal mindset”, claiming that such an attitude has disparaged the value of hard work.
Bush, brother and son of former President George W. Bush and former President George H.W. Bush respectively, will be urging for reforms in order to give additional power at the state and local levels in a speech, which is expected to road test a positive theme for his likely presidential campaign for 2016.
Bush’s speech at the Detroit Economic Club will be the first in a big series of speeches that is aimed at defining the leader’s poll ambitions and why is he considering to contest for the Republican presidential nomination, besides sharing his policies what he would pursue if elected for the head of the state.
The former Florida governor will mainly focus on debating the methods for lifting the wage and lifestyle of middle-class Americans.
According to the excerpts released by his political organization, Bush will say, “The progressive and liberal mindset believes that to every problem there is a Washington, D.C., solution. But that instinct doesn’t solve any problem, other than the problem of how to keep Washington’s regional economy well lubricated.”
After 2012 nominee Mitt Romney withdrew from contesting the elections for third consecutive time, Bush is being viewed as a front runner in the Republican race to the White House.
The national polls also show Bush leading over a crowded field of Republican rivals including New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker.
“It’s a company town. And the company is government. It’s all they know. For several years now, they have been recklessly degrading the value of work, the incentive to work and the rewards of work,” Bush said in the excerpts.
In his recent State of the Union address, Obama has primarily focused on his policies for lifting the middle class and filling the huge income gap by reducing income inequality.
Obama administration’s budget blueprint for the next fiscal year was introduced on Monday, in which the US government proposed raising taxes on the rich Americans and transfer the benefits to the middle and lower rungs of the society.
“Let’s embrace reform everywhere, especially in our government. Let’s start with the simple principle of who holds the power. I say give Washington less and give states and local governments more,” Bush said in the excerpts.
According to the excerpts, Bush will be detailing i the coming months “a mix of smart policies and reforms” in order to tap the ability of US citizens to innovate in areas like manufacturing, energy, technology and health care.”