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Sheldon Adelson Revels In Big Donor Role
Sheldon Adelson Revels In Big Donor Role

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AIR DATE: September 27, 2012

Las Vegas Sands Chairman and CEO Sheldon Adelson has quickly developed a reputation as the go-to guy for Republican finance directors. And, according to a new report on the Politico Web site, he is reveling in his new role. The site interviewed Adelson as part of its series on big donors, "The Billion Dollar Buy."

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Ken Vogel, Chief Investigative Reporter, Politico

 
 
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    I find it revealing that conservative big money donors are suspected and vilified by the media, while liberal donors just as big (and just as self-interested) are totally ignored. So, while I don't agree with all Mr. Adelson stands for, more power to him for putting his money where his mouth is. In America, *everyone* has the right to donate whatever they want to anyone they wish, and that is a good thing that we should all celebrate!
    Tom HurstSep 26, 2012 14:05:31 PM
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