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At a time when we have more than $15 trillion in national debt, American taxpayers are set to give away over $110 billion to the oil, gas, and coal industries over the next decade. Clearly, we cannot afford it. The five largest oil companies made over $1 trillion in profits in the last decade, with some paying no federal income taxes for part of that time, so they certainly do not need it. http://www.martinfrost.ws/htmlfiles/t... 1. Sheldon Adelson, owner of the Las Vegas Sands Casino, is worth nearly $25 billion, making him the 14th wealthiest person in the world and the 7th richest person in America. While median family income plummeted by nearly 40% from 2007-2010, Mr. Adelson has experienced a nearly eightfold increase in his wealth over the past three years (from $3.4 billion to $24.9 billion). Forbes recently reported that Adelson is willing to spend a "limitless" amount of money or more than $100 million to help defeat President Obama in November. While $100 million sounds like a lot, it equals the same percentage of Adelson's wealth that $300 to $400 does for the typical middle class family (with a net worth of about $77,000).Sheldon Adelson owns more wealth than the bottom 40.2% of American households or 47.2 million American families. 2. The Kochs (David, Charles, and William) are worth a combined $103 billion, according to Forbes. They have pledged to spend about $400 million during the 2012 election season. The Kochs own more wealth than the bottom 41.7 percent of American households or more than 49 million Americans. 3. Jim Walton is worth $23.7 billion. He has donated $300,000 to super PACs in 2012. 4. Harold Simmons is worth $9 billion. He has donated $15.2 million to super PACs this year.5. Peter Thiel is worth $1.5 billion. He has donated $6.7 million to Super PACs this year. 6. Jerrold Perenchio is worth $2.3 billion. He has donated $2.6 million to super PACs this year. 7. Kenneth Griffin is worth $3 billion and he has given $2.08 million to super PACs in 2012. 8. James Simons is worth $10.7 billion and he has given $1.5 million to super Pacs this year. 9. Julian Robertson is worth $2.5 billion and he has given $1.25 million to super PACs this year.10. Robert Rowling is worth $4.8 billion and he has given $1.1 million to super PACs. 11. John Paulson, the hedge fund manager who made his fortune betting that the sub-prime mortgage market would collapse, is worth $12.5 billion. He has donated $1 million to super PACs. 12. Richard and J.W. Marriott are worth a combined $3.1 billion and they have donated $2 million to super PACs this year. 13. James Davis is worth $1.9 billion and he has given $1 million to super PACs this year. 14. Harold Hamm is worth $11 billion and he has given $985,000 to super PACs this year.15. Kenny Trout is worth more than $1.2 billion and he has given $900,000 to super PACs this year. 16. Louis Bacon is worth $1.4 billion and he has given $500,000 to super PACs this year. 17. Bruce Kovner is worth $4.5 billion and he has given $500,000 to super PACs this year. 18. Warren Stephens is worth $2.7 billion and he has given $500,000 to super PACs this year. 19. David Tepper is worth $5.1 billion and he has given $375,000 to super PACs this year.20. Samuel Zell is worth $4.9 billion and he has given $270,000 to super PACs this year. 21. Leslie Wexner is worth $4.3 billion and he has given $250,000 to super PACs this year. 22. Charles Schwab is worth $3.5 billion and he has given $250,000 to super PACs this year.