Sheldon Adelson, casino mogul defending decision to donate $10 million to Romney super PAC:
"I'm against very wealthy people attempting to or influencing elections. But as long as it's doable I'm going to do it"
I don't know whether to laugh, cry, or exercise my Second Amendment rights here.
Wouldn't it be nice if politics weren't dirty, but instead our elected officials were actually, I dunno, good examples and all that?
May sound jaded, but I've gotten used to the idea of the politicians being dirty.
What I can't seem to wrap my lily white brain around is companies having unfiltered access to them. Who needs lobbyists when you've got Citizens United?
Just go ahead and buy and pay for the influence (er, candidate) directly.
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