Skip to comments.Bloomberg Puts Up Cash for Democratic Senators
Posted on 01/07/2014 5:57:38 PM PST by jimbo123
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg gave $2.5 million to a super PAC dedicated to retaining Democratic control of the U.S. Senate, and aides hinted he could plow more of his estimated $31 billion fortune into this years races.
The contribution went to the Senate Majority PAC, which is run by former aides to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.).
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But I thought he was a Republican? [snort]
“But I thought he was a Republican? [snort]”
He is a globalist statist.
Ever notice that when Dems rail against “the rich,” they’re not talking about people like Bloomberg, as well as the millionaires in Hollywood and the New York-Washington corridor. Why the Republicans don’t point out this hypocrisy, I don’t know.
Scary is that we have folks on here who cheerlead the Business Socialist/Free Trader Communist nonsense put out by Bloomburqa’s news channel.
So many rich Socialists...Bloomburqa, Buffett, Zuckerberg, Gates...are all Free Trader Communist Globalists...and too many folks on here cheerlead their views
They need to name a pond after him at the waste water treatment plant of NYC as recognition of his service to NYC and New York State.
and hugh hewitt just today was saying what a good job he did. so much for being a conservative
America has the best government that money can buy. What a corrupt SOB. The Founding Fathers are spinning in their graves. We’ve failed them.
My thoughts, exactly. The truth is, he’s a piece of garbage RINO.
Since DeBlasio always spews ridiculous BS about how he wants to “undo” Bloomberg’s legacy, someone should bring up stuff like this to him, and ask DeBlasio if he plans on funding Republicans to counter Bloomberg’s efforts.
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