Ed Driscoll

When the Bill Comes Due for the Last Supper

Unlike the Last Brunch, we already know who will ultimately get stuck with the bill for this soiree:

Daniel —

President Obama is looking forward to meeting three supporters — maybe even you?

Want to meet the President? This is the last Dinner with Barack of this campaign. You could be there. Enter today.

If you can picture yourself there, then you better hurry up! This is the last Dinner with Barack of this campaign, and there’s not much time left.

Donate $5 or whatever you can, and you’ll be automatically entered for a chance to sit down for dinner with the President:


Good luck!

Obama for America

P.S. — If that doesn’t sound good enough, we’ll even fly you out — with a friend! How do you like that?

Speaking of which, at Power Line, John Hinderaker asks, “Is Barack Obama America’s Most Dishonest Politician?”

Letterman, to his credit, went on to ask Obama how much the national debt actually is. Obama evidently knew that if he said $16 trillion his audience would be horrified, so, incredibly, he pretended not to know! You have to see it to believe it:

Click over to Power Line for the clip as it went out over the airwaves. However, we obtained a video purporting to show the above moment from another angle. And although we can’t fully vouch for the provenance of this hidden camera footage, we’re showing it anyway, since it may indicate unique and heretofore unnoticed nuances into Mr. Obama’s answer:

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Update: Regarding Obama’s Last Supper, just wait ’til you see the bill for the sacramental wine.