Come on Boris, match that then!
I love this guy. What a legend.
Off note: at the time of writing this comment, there’s a slight typo – it says “$10 million (£625,000)” which is obviously not the correct equivalent.
I would like to thank Mr. Bloomberg for helping to advance LGBT rights in the USA. I have just checked out his political allegiances on Wikipedia and it is interesting to see that he used to be with the Democrats before switching over to the Republicans. Since 2007 he has been an Independent.
As the race for the Whitehouse reaches it’s climax, I cannot help thinking that if the Republicans left religion to the church and concentrated on the economy then Mitt Romney would win the Presidency hands down.
The more I read about this man and what he is doing with respect to LGBT equality, the more I like him.
It is good to know that there are some honourable and decent human beings in this world.
Although I love what this man is doing, isn’t it a sad commentary that a political system has to rely on vast amounts of money to influence the outcome of legislation or an election? Seems sort of corrupt in some way as if legislation and elections are being bought, up for sale, each side trying to outspend the other. There is something intrinsically wrong with that in my view. Wealthy oligarchs with unlimited financial resources controlling elections isn’t democracy to me. I don’t like it one bit.
Come on Cameron, get yer wallet out!