Fredheads, He’s Coming

July 6, 2007.


$1000 per person, or $2300 for the private reception.

See the invite here. I hope to be there. Will you be there?


  1. CHelf says:

    Do we even know what his agenda is? Everyone else pretty much has told us what their gameplan is. What’s Fred’s?

  2. SpaceyG says:

    Erick, you obviously have a LOT more disposable income than me. Besides, you can get a nice little nip/tuck for about 2K nowadays. Just ask Fred when you’re there. Although he’s likely paying out the you-know-what for far more expensive procedures — trying to keep up with Little Miss Hottie Pants.

  3. Tommy_a2b says:

    Come on Shep, don’t act like you ain’t got that kinda cash. You are white and Republican. Isn’t that what the Dems say about us?

  4. Joy says:

    Wow. Pricey. You could always fly up to Manchester, NH, and attend the $500 private reception on the 28th.

    And, no. I’m not doing that. I’ll already be in NH, and might go. Maybe. Even then, I’d probably just go to the $50 event before the reception.

  5. shep1975 says:

    Alms for the poor law student?

    I can’t reveal the source (and Tommy better not either), but there is a second FT fundraiser in the Atlanta area in the works.

    sign up on so we know how to contact you about local GA opportunites for FT.

  6. shep1975 says:

    Yup, let’s vote Ron “Our Vast Oceans Will Protect Us” Paul! It’s that 19th Century way of thinking that we need to lead America!

  7. Chris says:

    Shep, actually is the 18th Century.

    But according to Dr. Paul’s head-in-the-sand policy we should return California, Arizona and Colorado to Mexico since they were taken in a way of aggression.

    Humm, maybe giving back California isn’t a bad idea. 🙂

  8. CHelf says:

    He sure does have some close ties to McCain-Feingold:

    “The expected entry of former Sen. Fred Thompson in the Republican primary could shed some light on whether it’s the law or McCain who’s really bugging them. Thompson not only voted for the law, he spent two hours behind closed doors with California Democrat Dianne Feinstein negotiating a key compromise on the $2,300 individual donation limit that is widely credited with paving the way for the bill’s final passage. “We got a deal,” Thompson said after that meeting in 2001.”


  9. Doug Deal says:

    I think part of it could also be repentance. Supporting something that fails, admitting the failure and making corrective course changes for the future can lead to forgiveness.

    Figuratively giving potential supporters the finger and telling them to go screw themselves seems to lead to animosity.

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