If the Republicans have their way, not only will eight million Americans lose their coverage immediately, over fourteen million middle-class American workers would have their coverage threatened.
5. Electing Another Bush
The truth of the matter is that many voters feel that when all the smoke clears and the rhetoric is exposed for what it is, Donald Trump will simply ride off into the sunset with his millions of dollars in tow. That means that the most likely Republican candidate will be Jeb Bush, and this could already spell trouble for a party that is trying to distance themselves from the policies and the mess that the last Bush administration left behind. The American people are all too familiar with what happens when one Bush President tries to outdo the last Bush President. The problem for the Republican party is that Jeb Bush is not even making any attempts to distance himself from his brother’s policies. In fact, Jeb is claiming that he still backs those failed policies today. During a recent conversation on a conservative talk-show, Jeb Bush said that he would not hesitate for a moment to start the third Bush war in Iraq! Bush feels that his father’s war was just too small, that his brother’s war was extremely too big, and that he will fight the right sized war. It seems like a forgone conclusion that Bush is already preparing the troops even without having secured the Presidential nomination.
These five things that will doom Republicans during 2016 Presidential elections should be enough, but this only scratches the surface. The American voters right now are all caught up in the distractions that are Donald Trump, and once the smoke clears, these five issues alone will sink the party before they even have a chance to get both oars in the water during the Presidential election of 2016.