Friday, January 14, 2011

Now that Billy's got those pesky bloggers out of the way, it's PARTYTIME!

After the FBI and the high sheriff visited with an area blogger for being "worrisome to (Billy) Long" on Wednesday, it is back to business as usual for Congressman "Just call me Billy" Long.

Are you looking to do 'business' with Billy Long?

Why not attend "happy hour" with him?

Choose your date: February 9, February 16, March 2, March 15.

Choose your location: the Capital Club or at the Sonoma Restaurant and Wine Bar

How much do you want to pay for the opportunity to share a glass of DeWar's with Billy Long? Are you a PAC? It's going to cost you $1,000.00. Are you an individual? It's going to cost you $500.00. If you want to be a co-host it'll cost you $2,000.00 if you are a PAC and $1,000.00 if you are an individual.

***NOTE: All Happy Hour events are limited to 5 attendees.

He'll easy to spot because "they always spot my Resistol in a crowd."

Dang, that's quite a deal, Billy gets free drinks AND $10,000 not once, not twice, not three times but 4 times! Do the math! That's $40,000.00. Why that's enough to pay his entry fee into TWO poker tournaments! Say, how many people who voted for Billy make more than $40,000.00 in a year? That Billy's got some expensive tastes since he's gone to Washington.

If you aren't a drinker (AG folks take note)-- you can do breakfast at the Capital Hill Club with Billy on (January 26 or March 9) or lunch at the same place with Billy on March 30. The same pricing applies and no limit on attendees.

What happened to the guy who was "fed up" with politicians and their cronies?

Ah jeez, it's going to be a long two years.

From the Sunlight Foundation's Party Time website*: IT'S PARTY TIME!

*The Sunlight Foundation collects these invitations from anonymous lobbyist sources.


Anonymous said...

Boy, it didn't take him long did it? He probably cannot tell you the process whereby a bill becomes a law but he's up on his fund raising.

Anonymous said...

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