May 28, 2012
-- by Dave Johnson
I forgot, HOW many houses did Sen. McCain have, when he ran for President?
“The only place in the world that I can recall where companies never failed was the old Soviet Union,” McCain said. “And yes, the free enterprise system can be cruel,” he said.
Never failed? What percent of Bain's deals made money for them? (Did ANY lose money?)
The property in North Salem, New York, is adjacent to a 20-acre residence that Mr Bloomberg purchased in 2001 for his equestrienne daughter, Georgina, according to the New York Times. The estate includes a barn, a free-standing three-car garage, an additional cottage and a horse-riding rink, according to the newspaper.
Three months later, Mr Bloomberg bought a 35-acre Hamptons estate for $20million.
The mayor now owns properties in Manhattan, Bermuda, London, Southampton, New York, Vail, Colorado, and Wellington, Florida.
Posted by Dave Johnson at May 28, 2012 4:33 PM
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