SB: "“The chief business of the American people is business.” - Calvin Coolidge January 17, 1925."
Oh!Oh! And who did Coolidge expect to make his businesses a success by their purchasing? Not those who were too poor to buy anything! People save to buy from those so called businesses so don't treat us like second-class citizens who don't count. Without the money from those who save this country would be in the pits worse than it is. Don't get me on a rampage. It is the 4th of July and I am supposed to be happy we broke away from England so let me go eat my hot dogs!
Actually, Calvin Coolidge was a very good president. I think you would have liked him, Paoli, but while I realize you're a senior, even you wouldn't have been around when he was president! Coolidge believed that free markets, limited government, and balanced budgets, were the best means to national prosperity. He restored confidence in the Whilte House following the scandals of the Harding administration by his soft-spoken integrity. Hard to believe that prior to becoming vice-president that he was governor of the state now nicknamed "Taxachusetts."