The decision that America faces in this upcoming election is a small one. In fact I would go so far as to say that America has never faced a less important choice than this. If the weather's nice, stay home.
When I travel around this great country of ours and meet ordinary Americans in diners and cafes and town halls, I am reminded of just how dim and insipid most people are.
You know what? Washington D.C is the greatest city on earth. I can't wait to get back there.
I love cocktail parties.
America has some good points and some bad points. It's an OK country. Have you been to Italy? The food is amazing.
My parents didn't earn much. They didn't work hard either. Every morning, come rain or come shine, they would get up and buy a lottery ticket.
One day, I remember my father taking me aside. He said, "Son, in this country, anyone can achieve their dream if they work hard. But realistically, very few actually do. So what's the point? I suggest you play the lottery." I never forgot his words.