Skip to comments.Report: PAC for Mitt Romney lands dubious $1M (SuperPAC shifts $, then folds)
Posted on 08/05/2011 5:01:57 AM PDT by Diogenesis
Report: PAC for Mitt Romney lands dubious $1M
(SuperPAC shifts $, then folds)
... Romneys campaign could face sharp questions
after an independent political committee supporting him accepted a whopping $1 million
from a company that vanished into thin air....
The mysterious company, W Spann LLC, was created by a lawyer
at the Boston firm Ropes & Gray and then folded shortly after the donation was made,
The PAC raised $12.2 million during the first six months of 2011
W Spann LLC was incorporated in Delaware in March
and made a $1 million contribution to Restore Our Future on April 28
The company folded on July 12, two weeks before the PAC
made its first disclosure of its donors this year.
Cameron Casey of Ropes & Gray, formed the company
.... did not return calls
(Excerpt) Read more at bostonherald.com ...
"(The GroundZero Mosque) cleared its final hurdle
developers plan to build the $100 million center which will include a mosque.
Since its incipient stages in July 2009, when a Muslim-run real-estate development
company purchased the damaged, vacant building and land where the new center
will be built, the project has sparked controversy and debate.
.... the tattered building that was bought by the Muslim real estate company had
been owned by a subsidiary of Bain Capital, a company Romney founded in 1984.
So its OK if his company can profit off the sale of the land ."
So Mitt Romney is behind the Ground Zero Mosque?!?!
BWWWHHHHAHAHAHAHAH. I want to see his defenders defend that one!
curiouser and curiouser....
Lots of LDS held ghost companies. I suspect Mittens got rich handling LDS investments - and I suspect they are surreptitiously funding his campaign.
Just a guess.
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