This is not a comedy. "In his overly determined pursuit of helping people and charities, Mr. Abramoff spent virtually all of the funds he earned in h
March 27, 2006

This is not a comedy.

"In his overly determined pursuit of helping people and charities, Mr. Abramoff spent virtually all of the funds he earned in his various business dealings. He has no real assets beyond their home and its contents. Determined to help others, and confident that he could always earn more money if needed, he ignored the guidance of his financial advisors and accountants who repeatedly warned him that he needed to put funds aside into personal savings. Now, Mr. Abramoff is broke....read on"

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