NHDP - Jim Rubens: Way out of Touch with New Hampshire

In addition to saying more women in the workplace led to more mass shootings, check out www.oversuccess.com for more. 
 
More of Jim Rubens in his own words:
 
“I am gifted with a pampered….life.”
 
“Like millions of my baby boomer generation, I am gifted with a pampered and stimulating life. My toughest challenges are questions as to what creative, fulfilling and meaningful things to do next.” [Rubens Website, accessed 9/17/13]  
 
 
“I have bathed in camera light…sycophants...waiting…to shake my hand.”
 
“I have bathed in camera light during press conferences, political opponents skulking in the rear of ballrooms, forced to tolerate my applause lines, sycophants and well-wishers beaming and waiting in line to shake my hand or offer their help.” [Rubens Website, accessed 9/17/13]
"Not quite a hedge fund billionaire or rock-star politician, but comfortably in the first percentile… I just returned from a not atypical vacation of private charter flights, organic meals on white linen and a private bungalow…”
 
 “I am the prototypical American success story. Not quite a hedge fund billionaire or rock-star politician, but comfortably in the first percentile. I live in a million-dollar home with eighty-mile views in a top-ranking little knowledge-economy town of meticulously restored brick federals, nickel hardware and granite countertops. I do venture capital and real estate deals. My family and I just returned from a not atypical vacation of private charter flights, organic meals on white linen and a private bungalow nestled between wilderness rainforest and Pacific beach sand. [Rubens Website, accessed 9/17/13]  
 

“My million dollar house, investment portfolios and political achievements became microscopic and pointless. Rather than finding comfort in abundance and personal autonomy, I found myself wallowing in unattainable obsessions, things beyond my reach, what I could not be. Rather than taking joy in the simple pleasures of a stone wall well-built or my son’s delight in learning to ride his bike, I mooned over the National Press Club speech I would never give, the industry rollup I would never pull off.” [Rubens Website, accessed 9/17/13]