My American Dream is that this country has more opportunities to be extraordinary than any other country around, but it doesn’t make us extraordinary. That can make us worse. Here you could be the son of the richest man on earth, and it doesn’t mean you’re going to be a fabulous fellow. You could end up a monster. And so, to me, my American Dream is that we just become less sentimental, less God-ridden. I mean, I happen to believe in God, but I think we are religion-ridden. So, my American Dream is that we become what we could be, which is we search deeper and deeper into the mystery of life and develop a more fabulous sense of what the real American possibilities, are rather than the notion that the corporations know how to do it all — believing in God and the corporation is going to solve the problems of the universe. They won’t. End of speech.