Earlier this month, Steve Wynn said on his company's earnings call with Wall Street analysts that the Obama administration "is the greatest wet blanket to business, and progress and job creation in my lifetime."
Wynn, by the way, says he's a Democrat.
"It's Obama that's responsible for this fear in America...everybody's afraid of the government, and there's no need soft peddling it."
But wait! There's more!
This week, Las Vegas Sands Chairman and CEO Sheldon Adelson didn't gripe about the president, but about analysts.
On the call, he said, "We've got to adjust our budget because we have to send our towels...to people who get egg on their face for their wrong projections. We have got to send them out to almost every analyst on the street."
He then asked CFO Ken Kay, "Can we fit that in the budget?"
"We have money left over," Kay replied.
And just to prove Sheldon Adelson isn't like you and me, he told his CFO, "If you need change for a billion, give my wife a call."
Ok, maybe Vegas CEOs are like a lot of regular Joes after all: their wives hold the money.
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