Barack Obama has said many things that have have made people wonder exactly what he's thinking. Perhaps he's still in the Choom Gang? But his statements about business owners and government continue to reverberate around the nation. One woman in particular has taken considerable offense.
Long hours and hard work helped Joey Vento build a landmark restaurant in Philadelphia from the ground up, but that work ethic may have also sent him to an early grave.
That's why Eileen Vento's blood boiled when she heard President Obama declare last week that small business owners like her husband owed others for their success.
"That is ridiculous. My husband had $6 in his pocket when he started." Vento said to FoxNews.com about Joey Vento, who opened Geno's Steaks in 1966 in the neighborhood of South Philly.
"He worked hard his whole life to build the place up. We made a lot of money. Unfortunately, he didn't get to enjoy it," she added.