Comedian Adam Carolla is an all-American success story. He worked at McDonald's growing up while his friends were getting tans.
He credits the success of "The Adam Carolla Show," his mega-popular podcast, to hard work. Contrary to what President Barack Obama may think, Carolla did build his show.
"I've done the show not once a week, or twice a week or when I have a good guest on the show, but every (week) day for over three and a half years," Carolla told the Bradenton Herald. "I've never stopped doing it."
In Tampa, Fla., ahead of the Republican National Convention, Carolla was asked about the Occupy movement, and he responded by saying he felt the rich earned their millions the old-fashioned way.
"I got news for the 99 percent. Rich people are smarter and harder workers, sorry," Carolla said. "If you don't want to give them credit, that's insane."