Before you feel sad for “Poor Meg”….

November 6, 2010 at 2:24 pm 2 comments

Before you shed too many tears for the always warm and charming Meg Whitman on the loss in her recent election run to be the next governor of California, be aware that if she actually is the self-proclaimed billionaire that she claims to be, and actually has invested (as mentioned earlier, she invested against her expected ROI, and that would have been payable once she got into the governors mansion) about 140 million of her own dollars on said election, simple math indicates that she will be able to do this again with about 5 more elections that are in a similar cost range, and she’ll still have enough cash left over (somewhere in the order of $150 million) to buy a few more homes, a few more horses, and a few more boats before she will have a need to file for welfare….. And that’s if she only had one billion in the bank at the start of this campaign attempt.

The candidate and her horse, Meg is (as usual) on the right

“Don’t cry for me Cal-i-for-nia, the truth is I… uh… ah crap”.

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Typing slowly, using small words… An Egg Laying Turkey, late for Thanksgiving

2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. lulumoretti  |  November 6, 2010 at 4:01 pm

    I must say that anyone who has used eBay over the past 10 years can testify that Ms. Whitman did, most definitely, have her thumb on the scale.

    • 2. boskolives  |  November 6, 2010 at 5:50 pm

      Having started on eBay in late 1998, and with over 1,400 (all positive) feedback, I feel qualified to say you’re correct, especially after eBay bought Paypal and tried to make it seem it was the only form of payment they would accept. More later when I’m on my real computer, this tiny keyboard is killing me! Jerry



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