Monday, October 27, 2008

When a Country Club just isn't enough....

Holy Jeebus. It's as though they hired Operation Yellow Elephant and gave us instructions to "make Young Republicans appear like elitist, fraternity scumbags as best you can".
Young Eagles Message

The next generation of the Republican Party. The Young Eagles provide the GOP with the financial resources to compete in national, state, and local elections, while affording members the opportunity to interact and network with Republican Party officials, pundits, enthusiasts, and donors as well as business leaders and innovators throughout the country.
HMMM. Seems reasonable. A good place for the youngins' to rub some elbows, make an impression, and further the Republican Party's agenda through future generations. Awesome! Where do we sign up?
What? How much did you say membership costs?

• A full year’s membership in the Young Eagles requires a $7,500 personal contribution per year. All benefits included.

• A half year’s membership in the Young Eagles requires a $3,750 person contribution per year. All benefits included. **Meeting fee may apply**

• On occasion, prospective members will have the opportunity to attend events based on a $1,500 meeting fee. This fee may be applied towards a full membership.

OYE Comment: $7500. Seriously? Is there a leasing option? Fortunately for Young Republicans that wish to join, but can't afford it, the Army is still offering enlistment bonuses that will cover a year or two of entrance into the Young Eagles.
H/T: Markos


At 29 October, 2008 00:17, Blogger Ski Ninja! said...

that's a link off that site. it's gotta be the most amazing store I've ever seen. Don't you worry. I have bought hundreds of thank you george w bush pins and distributed them all over the reichstag.

At 30 October, 2008 13:00, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please consider posting this video and passing it along, it’s amazing. It’s great at showing the distinction between MaCain and Obama in regards to the economy. Please pass this along to everyone you know. We have to get McCain elected… E

“Some may try to tell us that this is the end of an era. But what they
overlook is that in America, every day is a new beginning. For this is the land that has
never become, but is always in the act of becoming.” Ronald Reagan


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