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Top Fund Raisers Abandon Bush

Post by Lobo on Sun 30 Aug 2015, 3:05 pm

Top Fund Raisers Abandon Bush
Posted on August 30, 2015 by Martin Armstrong


 
What our computer has been forecasting for 2016 is unfolding right before our eyes. It is a product of the trend within the economy.Many Republicans I know are saying the last thing they want is another Bush. The establishment just do not get it. They have been assuming Trump is just another Ross Perot who will fade quickly. But they are wrong. Many people, Democrat and Republican, will vote for Trump BECAUSE he is not own by someone and speaks his mind. They do not fear him taking office for the job will restrain anyone who is there.
But Jeb Bush has lost his top three fund raisers. This is a very bad omen for Bush. We may be looking at an internal revolution within the Republican Party. Our turning point on the ECM, October 1st, may see the government shut down because Boehner cannot deliver the Republican votes when many are part of the Tea Party. So 2016 is shaping up to be very interesting indeed.
The Country-Club Republicans are in a state of PANIC when it comes to Trump. Politicians are just no longer trusted. They do not grasp what to do any more.

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