Sheldon Adelson: Obama, Oy Vey!


According to the most recent Forbes magazine list of The World’s Billionaires, entrepreneur: Sheldon Adelson: is worth $20.5 billion ranking as the 14th: richest man in the world.: : And it’s just great to see a self-made, proud: tough Jew: who comes from nothing succeed.: : Absolutely inspiring.

He has spent significantly to educate Americans about the dangers of re-electing President Obama, including funding to the Republican Jewish Coalition for advertisements in swing-states for to convince Jews to vote Republican. A new campaign and is called “My Buyer’s Remorse,” and features videos of Jews who voted for Obama in 2008, and won’t vote for him this time around.: : Driving in Florida, there are billboards which read: “Obama … Oy Vey!!”, followed by “Had enough?”

Some Recent Reasons: Sheldon Adelson: Has Said He Supports Romney:

  • Security and Prosperity For Israel, the Jewish state and closest ally to America
  • Adelson said he worries about ‘any man that sets up a shadow government, not accountable to anybody. … What are the czars, if they’re not a substitute for the secretaries of Commerce, of State, of Interior? They’re not under any rules, they’re just consultants to him in his office.”
  • “Empowering small business.”

When the richest Jew in the world talks, Jews should listen — particularly to someone who grew up poor and has built a business to provide for tens of thousands.: : His wife is a leading Israeli doctor and their words and influence matter.

Ronn Torossian is an entrepreneur and author of Public Relations book “For Immediate Release.”

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