Everyone’s favorite no-nonsense politician, Czech President Vaclav Klaus, was at it again today in a speech at Columbia University.  He manages to always keep it short and to the point, and today was no exception.  This is what President Klaus had to say about what needs to be done to fix the U.S. economy, “‘The best thing to do right now would be to temporarily weaken, if not repeal,’ business regulations on labor, the environment, social issues and health.”  Unfortunately, when you consider the impending votes on card check and cap-and-trade legislation, it doesn’t appear that President Obama and the leadership in Congress agree with our dear friend Mr. Klaus.  Click here for more information on his appearance at Columbia.