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    Obama drops $5 dinner raffle to $3 – again

    Obama drops $5 dinner raffle to $3 – again

    I warned you not to pay $5 for the latest Obama dinner raffle, Warning on $5 Obama dinner raffle.  Based on past performance, as the quarterly reporting date approached, Obama would drop the price.

    And sure enough, a reader forwarded me an e-mail with the $3 offer (full e-mail image below)(emphasis in original):

    As chief operating officer of this campaign, I’m the person people come to when they want to spend the  money you’ve donated.

    All the budgets, calculations, and planning lead to a simple “yes” or “no.” Yes, you can buy coffee and clipboards for neighborhood organizers in Ohio. No, you can’t have a fancy computer when a cheaper one does the job. That sort of thing.

    Every team on the campaign has submitted their plans for the rest of this year — opening field offices, registering voters, building technology. And it all costs money.

    I can’t say yes to everything — but what you do right now can help me say yes to more.

    We have a critical fundraising deadline coming up on September 30th.

    Help me say yes by giving $3 or more today.

    *     *     *
    Help me say yes to what we need to do to put our plans in motion by donating $3 or more today — you’ll even be automatically entered for a chance to have dinner with President Obama

    Those of you who paid the $5. Well, you’ve been played. Again. Slurpee not included this time.

    DONATE

    Donations tax deductible
    to the full extent allowed by law.

    Comments


    This isn’t one of those things that fall under the “no purchase necessary” rules, or does it?

    Got the same e-mail was just thinking “went from $5 to $3.”


     
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    Charles Curran | September 23, 2011 at 3:21 pm

    I wonder what’s on the menue? In DC even a ‘Muffin’ is $16.


     
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    quiksilverz24 | September 23, 2011 at 3:21 pm

    No purchase necessary. Do it the Chicago way: Enter early, enter often!!

    That $2 price cut is actually $2 quadrillion of deficit reduction over the next 4 years and will fund the INTER-Continental railroad! said NO-Bow-Mao


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