July 27, 2005
The one thing that surprised Norquist about Soros's [sic] appearance, he told me later, what the revelation that Soros had spent only twenty-seven million dollars during last year's election. "That is so goofy," Norquist said. "The guy is worth, what seven billion dollars, and he tried to buy the Presidency on the cheap. He should have been in for two and a half billion dollars, for crying out loud. Twenty-seven million dollars--that should have been ante money. What were they thinking?"
- from "The Ringleader" by John Cassidy in the August 1, 2005 New Yorker (print version only)
so sad and so unfortunately true...Posted by Abe at July 27, 2005 07:54 PM