House Dems To Discuss “Income Inequality” At Posh Hotel Where Cheapest Room Is $695 A Night…
Well done, Nancy.
Via Mike Flynn:
Democrats have made the issue of “income inequality” the cornerstone of their platform going into the November elections. In less than two months, the House Democrats will discuss this and other issues at the swanky and posh St. Regis hotel in Manhattan. Rooms start at $695 a night if you would like to join them.
Of course, you can’t simply show up at the DCCC’s “Issues Conference.” According to the email invitation, “[t]his annual Issues Conference is open to 2014 DCCC Business and Labor Council Platinum Members and to our 2014 Chairman’s Council Members.” I’m not certain what it takes to be a “plantinum member,” but I imagine it takes the kind of money that doesn’t blink at a $695 hotel room. Helpfully, the DCCC says you can contact them to determine one’s “eligibility.”http://weaselzippers.us/house-dems-to-discuss-income-inequality-at-posh-hotel-where-cheapest-room-is-695-a-night/
« Last Edit: January 23, 2014, 04:14:04 AM by rangerrebew »
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