Mitt Romney today got a major international endorsement, receiving the blessing of the hero of Polish freedom, Lech Walesa. Walesa, who met with the presumptive Republican nominee in Gdansk, told Romney to get his success on, or something. I wish you to be successful because this success is needed to the United States, of course, but to Europe and the rest of the world, too.
Offering up yet another the bizarre statements for which he is famous, Vice President Joe Biden said in a fundraising email sent out today that he and President Obama consider campaign donors their “second family.” From the conclusion of the email: Barack and I honestly wish we could thank everyone who contributes to this campaign personally. You’re our second family, you know. Thanks, Joe In
President Obama went golfing Sunday for the 103rd time of his presidency, leaving just before noon and returning to the White House almost five and a half hours later. Obama made it the typical low key affair, golfing at Fort Belvoir with White House aides Marvin Nicholson, Michael Brush and Joe Paulsen. It was his eleventh time out this year. Not too many for him,
I own a small business – the one you are reading – and have worked in many others over the course of my career. So I was, you can imagine, a little surprised to hear from President Obama about the major role government plays in making small businesses successful. Especially when I had understood from small business owners – thank you for correcting me, Mr.