I watched Bill Clinton’s address to the Democratic National Convention out of curiosity. Would he try to help President Obama, whom he clearly disrespects, or would he find subtle ways to undermine him? It was Clinton who gave Ed Klein the title for Amateur, Mr. Klein’s best-selling book that thrashes the President from cover to cover. And so the most memorable line from Clinton’s speech, the one where his self-love is on clear display, assured us that nobody, not even his eminence, could have turned around this economy in four years.
IB Editorial Director Joseph Vanden Plas, a Milwaukee resident, takes you inside his views on politics and its effects on business — from national initiatives to local irritants and inspirations. He encourages you to post a comment and be part of a dialogue.