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Wednesday, August 30, 2006

The second coming

Posted By on Wed, Aug 30, 2006 at 10:34 AM

Repubs will have a successful fund-raiser today thanks to a presidential visit, even if he's being kept largely out of public view.

We suspect there will be plenty of opportunities to see Bill Clinton when he rolls into town Sept. 7 to raise money for Democrats. And we like the odds that he'll outraise the current prez, despite having no government favors to dispense. The lineup:

1.) Private reception for Dustin McDaniel at Bill Clark's house (that would be his long-time supporter and former highway commissioner, not the head of CDI.). Remember that Clinton got his start politically as AG, in 1976.

2.) Doing frog leg event for coordinated campaign at Alltel.

3.) All-star gala at Peabody after that.

4.) Dinner for coordinated campaign at Nu.

Nobody will attend these with bags over their head.

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