How does this differ from other political fundraisers?
Both parties’ various committees and most candidates offer small, intimate/exclusive affairs to lobbyists for donations up to the maximum amounts permitted. I suppose those don’t then lead to positive media coverage?
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TWITTER: Other Deals offered by the Washington Post
For $25K, Boswell will let Manny Acta tattoo a Nat's W on his a**.
For $500K, Charles Krauthammer will write a series of columns advocating war with a country of your choosing.
For $10,000 the WaPo will review your stimulus package and they won't mention that it promotes socialism!
For $25k, we'll have Woodward write a book on you.
For $250k, it will actually be complimentary.
For $5000, WaPo will let you write the same psychopathic op-ed http://tr.im/qD3b that you wrote in WSJ 3wks ago http://tr.im/qD3y
For $200K Katharine Graham will rise from the grave and shimmy for you.
For $5,000 George F. Will will speak on the topic of your choice without resorting to baseball metaphors
For $10K, Tom Sietsema will finally review Mrs. K's in Silver Spring.
For $25,000, you can have Katharine Weymouth in Katharine Weymouth's house.
For $7000, (Dana) Milbank will whisper "Dick!" to your enemies while wearing a wacky orange duck hunting get-up.
For $29.99, David Broder will take his teeth out.
For $15000 film critic Dan Zak will add a "c."
For $30000 Richard Cohen will fly to your house & yell at those annoying kids on your lawn.