Our family is volunteering at the Open Door Community in Atlanta, Georgia, this winter. The Open Door is an outreach to the homeless. The last couple nights, because of frigid temperatures here, we have become a temporary night shelter. Part of what prompted this was that the first night the temperatures were in single digits (with the wind chill factor), someone died on the streets of exposure. There are some 10,000 homeless people in the greater Atlanta region. Bloomberg Businessweek Magazine just noted that the top 20% of Americans own 84% of the wealth of this nation. And the bottom 20% own 0.1% of the wealth. The guy who froze to death was in the latter category. On our last campaign tour, I told the Amarillo Globe News that my administration would have some of the guys on the street: living in the Lincoln Bedroom. I mean, I don’t think Lincoln would mind. He’s dead. The room’s open.