Skip to comments.Another email from Barack
Posted on 06/12/2012 12:04:21 PM PDT by upchuck
I receive periodic emails from the nobama campaign. Some of them, like this one, are just too good not to share.
We're adding a twist to the upcoming Dinner with Barack:
You not only have the chance to sit down for a meal with the President and a guest of your choice. You also get to help pick the President's guest.
Pitch in $3 or whatever you can to be automatically entered to win a seat at the table, and then make sure to weigh in on who you think should join President Obama.
Three supporters like you will get to bring a guest, so why shouldn't the President? It's only fair.
And he's had some pretty amazing dinner guests lately: George Clooney, Sarah Jessica Parker, and of course, President Bill Clinton.
So tell us, who's next?
Make sure your name is in the running to be at the Dinner with Barack happening soon, and while you're at it, let us know who you think President Obama should bring:
Bonus points if you vote for me. (Just kidding.)
After Googling Sinclair, I’d have to say, ah, NO!. I want meat and potatoes, not fluff, at such an event.
I’d take Rush.
Newt would also be a great choice. I so badly wanted to see a Presidential debate between Obozo and Gingrich. I’d buy tickets to that debate.
Romney needs to counter Obama.
Romney should offer a chance for a dinner with him in the White House on January 21,2013 to the person who sends in $3.00.
Obama seems to be mining for email and phone contacts with these dinner offers.
“Could anyone imagine Reagan whoreing himself this way?”
Obama’s in a whole league of his own when it comes to deflating expectations and respect for the POTUS. He’d probably get more takers if they were promised he WOULDN’T sit with them!
I'd rather see Cheney invite Hussein on a hunting trip.
I’d bring R. Lee Ermey.
Careful now. This could be misconstrued ;-)
I’d pick Ann Bernhardt, she should make for excellent dinner conversation.
Now that I would send in my $3.00 for, as long as I could get Sarah Palin to attend, in which case I would have no interest at all in Romney.
Is this the invitation with the wrong date on it?
It’s like somebody goes to a restaurant, orders a big steak dinner, a martini and all that stuff, then just as you’re sitting down they leave and accuse you of running up the tab,”