That's what they claim it's all about. Why are poor people pissed at rich people? What did we do? We create jobs, and we are the makers, and we make their lives easier and fight for them to have lower taxes!
Maybe because at the same time you are claiming you want to put more money in the pockets of the people, you are trying to repeal the minimum wage to put less in their pockets. But that's logical, right?
You scream about Obamacare having Death Panels and it's gonna put government bureaucrats between you and your doctor, when what you are proposing is the same system as always. The one that puts a for profit private insurance corporate board bent on ever increasing profits between you and your Doctor. Or between you and getting the coverage to see a Doctor at all.
You talk about how important the debt is, while you continue to tell everyone that the best way to get rid of the debt is lower revenue even more, and spend trillions more on the Military.
You say you are for less government interference in our lives, but at the State level, that government can crawl right up your skirt, or into your right to choose, your right to vote, even your right to love who you love.
You say you want to protect Grandma, but you must be talking about your Grandma, with your decades long effort to privatize social security. Had Bush managed it, as he tried so hard to do in his second term, it would have lasted a little over a year, then it would have lost over half it's value overnight. Had he done what he wanted to do, half the retirement money in this country, an amount of money built up over 50 years would have simply vanished. Not into thin air, no, it would reappear in offshore accounts in the Cayman Islands, in Wall Street brokerage fees, and into pockets of those who privatized it in the first place.
You wonder how people are not flocking to your side in the Republican Party.
It is because what you have turned the Republican Party into is a wooden nickle. A bottle of Snake Oil, a sham and a farce, and quite honestly, a rather large stain on the character of the United States of America.