1. What is your favorite word?
Oh, gosh, I've always fashioned myself a bit of a logophile, so this is kind of an operose question, if you don't mind my saying. Don't hold me down and cut my hair! When you're in business, you learn a lot of words—and words are useful, they're just great. In business, you can use words to create jobs, you can use words to open new plants and businesses, small businesses, here in America. We're—we're a nation of great people who use words. For the past four years, we've only had so many words we could, and that's great, that's great, that America can continue to use language to express ideas, and I'm just humbled by words. And that's what I love so much about this country. I want it to have more words in the future. But, if I had to choose a word—Mitt. Mitt is me, but a mitt also catches the ball. I'm on the ball for America, and I just think its a shame Barack Obama isn't but also thinks that we should be promoting soccer at the expense of the ball—of sport—even though soccer, they call it football in Muslim countries, is the most popular of sport.