If millionaires in the United States formed their own political party, that party would make up just 3 percent of the country, but it would have a majority in the House of Representatives, a filibuster-proof super-majority in the Senate, a 5 to 4 majority on the Supreme Court and a man in the White House. If working-class Americans — people with manual-labor and service-industry jobs — were a political party, that party would have made up more than half of the country since the start of the 20th century, but its legislators (those who last worked in blue-collar jobs before getting into politics) would never have held more than 2 percent of the seats in Congress.
The above excerpt from the Washington Post and worth a read (click thru).
Anonymous asked: Dearest Rich, I'm preparing to get married next year, and I was wondering if you had any Ideas on a good location for a Stag party? Always, Kendall PS The wedding will be on Jan 2, 2015 in the Philippines, and of course your Invited.
Hope your wife’s family is ok in the Phillipines - I’d love to go Jan 2015. Such a fun country.
Be well KG & your stag party better be in ‘Merica ! !