Failed, low-energy GOP primary candidate Jeb Bush launched an astounding attack on robots on Sunday (2nd April) while being interviewed by John Catsimatidis on AM 970 a radio station/ podcast in New York. 

Bush, who got an easy start in politics by being a member of the once powerful Bush family, said that people "should be marching in the streets" to demand more education to compete with robots, which are putting them out of work.

The comments sit uneasily alongside his position, expressed last year while campaigning for the GOP primary, which favoured inundating the job market with cheap labour from South of the border. 
"The looming challenge of automation and artificial intelligence and the rapid advancement of technology brings great benefits but also creates huge challenges," Bush told Catsimatidis. 
A recent report from PricewaterhouseCoopers said that up to 38 percent of jobs in the US are "susceptible" to automation and artificial intelligence by the early 2030s. 

But rather than dealing with this problem by advocating the obvious solution of mass repatriation of illegal aliens, Bush instead favours wasting a fortune training low IQ menial workers to do the sort of high-skilled jobs that can't be easily automated. Looks like yet another product of lazy, low-energy thinking!

He also made a low energy criticism of Trump, saying: 
"We have got to sort out what we stand for. "Presidential leadership would be helpful here."
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