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Even those wacky liberals in California are tired of this guy.

 

http://washingtonexaminer.com/article/2539369#.Uotd6jXpb8w.twitter

 

The Democratic National Committee is reducing ticket prices for a high-dollar fundraiser in San Francisco next week that features President Obama, according to an email sent to donors Monday.

Obama is set to appear at a luncheon at the SFJAZZ Center on Nov. 25 to benefit the DNC, but whether it's a sign of donor fatigue or a general lack of interest, tickets have not been selling as expected.

"An exciting new update I would love to mention is that we have reduced the price for the general admission luncheon tickets to $500/person," Shefali Razdan Duggal, a member of the DNC's national finance committee, wrote in the email. "In addition, all current $1000 ticket holders will be upgraded to VIP (this includes premium seating near the stage and Presidential rope line access)."

Originally, entry-level tickets for the event started at $1,000, so the DNC is offering what amounts to a 50 percent discount.

The event will be one of a handful of Democratic fundraisers the president attends on his West Coast swing, but the tepid response so far could be an early indicator of waning interest in the president and his public appearances, which until now appeared to be surviving the problems he's been having with the rollout of his health care plan.

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Even those wacky liberals in California are tired of this guy.

 

http://washingtonexaminer.com/article/2539369#.Uotd6jXpb8w.twitter

 

The Democratic National Committee is reducing ticket prices for a high-dollar fundraiser in San Francisco next week that features President Obama, according to an email sent to donors Monday.

Obama is set to appear at a luncheon at the SFJAZZ Center on Nov. 25 to benefit the DNC, but whether it's a sign of donor fatigue or a general lack of interest, tickets have not been selling as expected.

"An exciting new update I would love to mention is that we have reduced the price for the general admission luncheon tickets to $500/person," Shefali Razdan Duggal, a member of the DNC's national finance committee, wrote in the email. "In addition, all current $1000 ticket holders will be upgraded to VIP (this includes premium seating near the stage and Presidential rope line access)."

Originally, entry-level tickets for the event started at $1,000, so the DNC is offering what amounts to a 50 percent discount.

The event will be one of a handful of Democratic fundraisers the president attends on his West Coast swing, but the tepid response so far could be an early indicator of waning interest in the president and his public appearances, which until now appeared to be surviving the problems he's been having with the rollout of his health care plan.

i wouldnt go for free

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It will be fun to watch what happens to this bum after he is gone. The hollywood types and lib. big shots who are kissing his butt now will not even know his name. We all knew Bill Clinton and Oblame'o is no Bill Clinton. This incompetent will become a persona non grata. His failures are monumental. His only success is passing a bill that is taking millions and millions of dollars out of the hands of people who were happy with their health plans. The damage he has done will follow him. He doesn't have the money to run with the really rich and his failures will outweigh any reason for the rich to have anything to do with him. Hollywood dopes will just move on to the next fad. Clinton is welcome. This bum will not be.

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