If your Monday mornings are anything like mine, you’ll enjoy this article as your Monday morning laugh of the day.

In other news, so far as I know, I am of no direct relation to Rep. Steve Southerland, though it does sound like the name of a long lost love child of mine and YDG EVP Steve Golden.

Still haven’t clicked on the article yet?  The one I promised would give you a Monday morning laugh?  Well, read this teaser, then click on the article!

A freshman California lawmaker made a big splash but barely broke even at a glitzy and controversial January GOP fundraiser featuring country singer Leann Rimes, new campaign filings show.


5 Responses to Monday Morning Laugh

  1. JMPrince says:

    Tommy Douglas’ ‘Mouseland’, still funny after all these years:
    Brought to you by the NDP & Kiefer Sutherland & UFCW:


  2. steven reed says:

    Please spread:

    Breaking…Reed says: “the case alleges violations of the First Amendment and 14th Amendment to the United States Constitution and the Missouri Constitution and Reed says he will not stand by and watch the state of Missouri and city of Springfield walk all over the Constitution”. http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/8789387-federalcasefreedomofspeech

  3. Ed says:

    AF1 charges, IIRC 250k-600k.

  4. Jules says:

    I hope that some of our folks will read that article and dispense with ridiculous ideas for similar fundraisers.. If the marque names don’t donate all of their expenses, then they are not worth the money to help promote them.

    Same goes for marque political names I keep hearing be dropped for fundraisers. Folks might want to check out the rules on PAC’s and such before chasing the folks who by law have to charge back their expenses. I don’t know what it costs to gas up Air Force 1 but I bet it’s more money than we’d ever raise just to give back.