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March 01, 2007

Soros Walks But Money Talks

George Soros is a Bush-hater extraordinaire and sugar daddy of many leftwing causes. He gave heavily to MoveOn.org and other "soft money" enterprises during the 2004 election in order to oust George Bush from the White House, and has been a harsh critic of the war in Iraq.

However, it turns out that Soros is businessman first, peacenik socialist second:

According to papers filed with the SEC, in the fourth quarter of 2006 Soros purchased nearly 2 million shares of ... hold your breath ... Halliburton. The Halliburton shares reportedly went for an average purchase price of $31.30 a share. That puts Soros' total investment in Halliburton at around $62.6 million, or about 2 percent of his total portfolio.

Only two percent of his portfolio? I wouldn't mind being able to spend $62.6 million...would you?

Halliburton? The evil corporation that survives much like a vampire does, by sucking the life out of victims (in this case soldiers)? Halliburton, once headed by Dick Cheney, who is only "out-evilled" by his boss Bush?

Don't expect principles to get in the way of accepting Soros' next big donation toward a leftwing cause, however. No matter how much they talk about the evils of money, they don't want to give up their share.

h/t: American Thinker

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