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Sheldon Adelson: "No price is too high!"

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Thank god we have patriotic billionaires around to donate massive amounts of money to campaigns of their choosing and save us from Obama's "socialization" of America. Can you imagine how heartbreaking it would be to see any one person with undue power tipping the scales to undermine the basic tenets of democracy?

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Sheldon Adelson

http://www.usnews.co...n-to-beat-obama

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lol

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Glad to see a private citizen willing to sacrifice for the love of his country

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Someone has to offset the unions.

Besides...since when does money guarantee a win.

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Someone has to offset the unions.

Besides...since when does money guarantee a win.

lol

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Someone has to offset the unions.

Besides...since when does money guarantee a win.

unions v. billionaires

i wonder who would win

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Bet he could open up a bunch of health clinics in lower served areas with the money he's wasting.

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Ideas win. Change wins. And since when are liberals getting butthurt over something like this while getting their kneepads out everytime Soros wants to start another venture to undermine the political process (using language you guys like to use).

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Oh lawls...a billionaire is putting money into an election.

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ideas win... HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

campaign finance reform.

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Ideas win. Change wins. And since when are liberals getting butthurt over something like this while getting their kneepads out everytime Soros wants to start another venture to undermine the political process (using language you guys like to use).

Conservatives have neither ideas or change.

The republican party is a party whose entire platform is trying to stay frozen in a revisionist past. When baby boomers die, the republican party is fuged.

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Conservatives have neither ideas or change.

The republican party is a party whose entire platform is trying to stay frozen in a revisionist past. When baby boomers die, the republican party is fuged.

That's hilarious. What revisionist past. Obama loves to claim that he was handed the toughest economy since the great depression. Yet...when making claims of reducing deficit=fail, or unemployment=fail, or improved education=fail, or tax burden on middle class=fail (if he doesn't avoid taxmageddon), or yadda yadda... YET....he had House/Senate up until Jan 2011 and still couldn't get crap done, other than his legacy. Legacy superceded what people's main concerns are. But it's all about Obama.

Find me a state that's run by democrats at the state level that has a booming economy where there credit rating has been reduced.

Illinois...lol.

California...super lol

Heck...you can look to cities that are farked as well.

The next time Obama mentions the failed policies of the past, Romney should just say sure...let's look at that on the state level. Make it a national mandate on liberal policies and let's really see how people vote.

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