Following a tradition of people born to millionaires who declare themselves self-made, Mitt Romney shows no sign of becoming self-aware.
Romney’s “envy” remark came after Lauer asked about the concerns of “anyone who has questions about the distribution of wealth and power in this country.”
“I think it’s about envy. I think it’s about class warfare,” Romney said.
That certainly appeals to his base.
They knew his sweet spot was among older, higher-income voters — those with annual household incomes of between $75,000 and $150,000 and with upscale interests like gourmet cooking.
As long as Top Chef doesn’t move to Tuesday the rest of the primary season should be a breeze.