Skip to comments.Narcissist-In-Chief Raffles Off Spots At His 51st Birthday Party
Posted on 07/16/2012 2:50:10 PM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
"Welcome to my party, peasant."
(radiocity96.7) --First Lady Michelle Obama has written to supporters offering them a chance to enter the raffle in return for a donation of $3. "We'd like to give grassroots supporters the opportunity to join in the fun," she writes.
"You guys deserve it and I know Barack would personally love to see you there."
The "little celebration" for the president's birthday will take place at the family's home in Chicago on August 3.
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I happen to have a freshly minted $3 bill.
Will Reggie sing him “Happy Birthday” like Marilyn did for JFK?
Im having a colonocopy that day Il send him the left overs
Goodness he is way too young and even younger when he started!
I think this “$3” thing that the Dems have been using is a way of getting legitimate names and addresses to connect to illegal foreign contributions. $3 is enough to pay the credit card fees if the name isn’t needed to get come Chinese cash into the Dem’s coffers, but if they need a “donor”, who would know that Lakeesha Jones gave $3 or $2500? You could launder several million easily with one of these “Win a date with Baraq” contests.
If we only had journalists in this country. Sigh.
Will he be raffling off his birth certificate?
Is it even legal to run a national raffle?? See what others though about it a couple months ago...http://www.israpundit.com/archives/35481
I encourage everyone to send the Obama-Biden campaign something of far greater value than a piddling three dollars: simply forward the Nigerian e-mails promising riches beyond belief. However, I receive nearly twice as many of those as Obama-Biden e-mails, so it would be too much work and President Obama frowns on individual initiative. What's a fella to do?
Now That might work. LOL!
I’ll have to pass on this one, but let me know when they sell tickets to his sentencing hearing.
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