Most campaigns fill their dinner guest lists primarily with Washington lobbyists and special interests…
…We rely on everyday Americans giving whatever they can afford — and I want to spend time with a few of you.
So if you make a donation today, you’ll be automatically entered for a chance to be one of the four supporters to sit down with me for dinner. Please donate $5 or more today.
We’ll pay for your flight and the dinner — all you need to bring is your story and your ideas about how we can continue to make this a better country for all Americans.
This won’t be a formal affair. It’s the kind of casual meal among friends that I don’t get to have as often as I’d like anymore, so I hope you’ll consider joining me…
…Please make a donation of $5 today, and we’ll throw your name in the hat for the upcoming dinner.
I’ve said before that I want people like you to shape this campaign from the very beginning—and this is a chance for four people to share their ideas directly with me.
Hope to see you soon,
**Sponsor reserves the right to disqualify any person from receiving any prize based on such background check if Sponsor determines, in its sole discretion, that awarding any prize to such potential winner could result in a safety or security risk to any person or persons or could result in the disruption of any event associated with the Promotion.
I gotta tell ya, I’m a little worried about that check ruining my meal–I’ve gotten a lot of dinner checks that have. I hope that my buddy Barack and the good folk at Obama for America 2012, Homeland Security, the FBI, the NSA, and the Democratic National Committee will do the left…I mean the right…thing, and issue my security clearance for this burger and beer soiree, especially since it doesn’t look like Michelle was invited. I’d hate to have wasted five bucks.