Apparently there are those who want to make an issue of this answer to a foreign reporter's question about the GOP candidate's memories of his time living in France.
"I have a lot of memories of France," Romney said. "The best memories were with my wife on vacations from time to time in France. The last vacation we had there, walking around the city of Paris, and walking not just the Champs-Élysées, but also over to the Jardin of Luxembourg and around the city, one of the most magnificent cities in the world ... I look forward to occasional vacations again in such a beautiful place."
Apparently some want to use this to make an issue of Romney's wealth.
Personally, my reaction is "who cares?"
After all, Romney was spending his own money.
Unlike the 16 vacations taken by Barack Obama and his family since he took office on January 20, 2009 -- all of which were taxpayer funded during the worst economy since the Great Depression while Obama was running up the national debt and the budget deficit to record levels.