As Google takes over the internet, and even the kids in the mailroom become millionaires, D.C. lusts for its net-cash:
Will either party nab Google founders Larry Page, 32, and Sergey Brin, 31? Their company shares are worth $7.2 billion each. Yet federal campaign finance data do not show a single contribution from either one last year.Hell, if we were worth 7.2 billion, we wouldn't be pissing it away on the DNC, no matter how hard Howard Dean was dancing our our laps. We'd be pissing it away on manservants and a private distillery. —C.S.