Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney are zeroing in on inequality as America's fundamental economic problem.
Bush's new Political Action Committee, called "The Right to Rise," declares "the income gap is real" but that "only conservative principles can solve it."
Mitt Romney likewise promised last week that if he runs for president he'll change the strategy that led to his 2012 loss to President Obama (remember the "makers" versus the "takers?") and focus instead on income inequality, poverty, and "opportunity for all people."
The Republican establishment's leading presidential hopefuls know the current upbeat economy isn't trickling down to most Americans.
But they've got a whopping credibility problem, starting with trickle-down economics.More ...