Skip to comments.Exclusive: Adelson's Pro-Romney Donations Will Be "Limitless," Could Top $100M
Posted on 06/13/2012 7:18:18 PM PDT by aposiopetic
Forbes has confirmed that billionaire Sheldon Adelson, along with his wife Miriam, has donated $10 million to the leading Super PAC supporting presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romneyand thats just the tip of the iceberg.
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One more thing I was right about.
God Bless Sheldon Adelson. He makes being Jewish special. As an American Jew he is setting the bar high for all of us who are Jewish in America. We must step up and support the conservative causes.
He is passionate about the American values and Free enterprise. Additionally he is a strong supporter of Israel. Israel is America’s only trusted friend in the Middle East and Obama is set on destroying that small country.
Mr. Adelson you are an AMERICAN PATRIOT.
Now we need people out there getting voters, you know like he RATS do.
From what I can tell, Adelson can sense that Obama is not pro-Israel and Romney is.
That is beyond the obvious that Romney knows the private sector creates jobs and Obama thinks the government does.
This will give ol George Soreass fits.
A Great American not like Soros
Probably a factor on why Palin didn’t enter the race.
The stars are really lining up against old Bork Obunga...
First, it is NOT about $$$$$$$, it is about CONSERVATISM.
Mr. McRomneyCARE has NONE.
Second, Soros Backs Mr. McRomneyCARE.
And they are partners in biz, too. But who cares, right?
As a successful entrepreneur, he knows when it's time to invest.
Good for him.
So is he still opposing online gambling for (snicker) “moral reasons”. LOL
That said, whatever he did with healthcare was at the state level, not FEDGOV.
Per the 10th Amendment, the states and the people are free to make stupid mistakes.
On the other hand, FEDGOV is not free to trample on our rights.
Im afraid of the trend where more and more people have the tendency to want to be given instead of wanting to give. People are less willing to share. There are fewer philanthropists being grown and there are greater expectations of the government.
Not likely this guy will ever donate money to a real Republican.
Just another billionaire who doesn’t like other folk’s babies.
If you beat down the base they might ignore you too. Popularity in elections is only partially a purchasable commodity.