Skip to comments.VP Joe Biden will fundraise in Massachusetts
Posted on 08/24/2012 11:41:37 AM PDT by matt04
Vice President Joe Biden will be back in Massachusetts for two fundraisers this weekend.
Biden, a Democrat, will be the featured guest at a fundraiser hosted by Kathy and Mike Schell at the Wayside Inn in Chatham, on Cape Cod, at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday. The cost to attend is $5,000 per person, or $20,000 per couple to be an event co-host.
Mike Schell is an Obama bundler who has raised $50,000 to $100,000 for the president, according to a list of bundlers disclosed by the campaign.
The money raised will go to the Obama Victory Fund, which funds the Obama campaign, the Democratic National Committee and some state Democratic Parties.
On Sunday, Biden will attend a campaign fundraiser at the Pilgrim Monument in Provincetown, according to a campaign official. Ticket prices start at $250.
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Anyone not familiar with Massachusetts should know that, by comparison,Provicetown makes San Francisco look like a quiet Amish town.It's *that* depraved.
Here’s the quote I’m taking away from this:
“The cost to attend is $5,000 per person, or $20,000 per couple”
I’ll be reposting that far and wide to make sure the Democrats look stupid.
I’ve been to to Provicetown once. That was enough.
It’s easy money he can use in purple states and it’s a state where Biden can be as stupid as he wishes with no repercussions.
What dumb thing will Biden say on THIS trip?
What do you do if you drop your wallet in Provincetown?
Biden is fun to laugh at, but he isn’t that funny, certainly not worth paying to see.
It's great to see everyone here, and I know that together we can win Rhode Island!
“What do you do if you drop your wallet in Provincetown?”
You’ll meet new friends who’ll never leave you behind.
Having never been to Massachusetts, what is it about Provincetown that makes it worse than the "Sodom of the Pacific Coast", San Francisco, Calif.?
(If you can discuss that in public ....)
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