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Post on democratic irony. (the gov’t type, not party)

December 6, 2006

I have no idea how I got on this political e-mail list I’m on, but the e-mails that I have received so far have been entertaining enough to stay on the list.

Example: The last e-mail I received was regarding holiday political parties. Interesting enough it is a bi-partisan e-mail, meaning they list the parties for both parties, (pun intended). Here is the democratic party:
NY STATE YOUNG DEMS HOLIDAY PARTY
Wednesday December 6, 7pm until… Come one come all… Join the New York State Young Democrats for a great evening Celebrate this year’s successes…
catch up with old friends, meet elected officials and more…
VIA Lounge 16 West 21st Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues) New York, NY 10010
Great Music by DJ LightningFree Food/Cash Bar
$10 online $12 at the door
Please note this year marks the 25th Anniversary of AIDS and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to a local AIDS awareness organization.
Here is the republican party:
10th Annual State YOUNG REPUBLICANS Holiday DinnerSaturday,
December 16, 2006 @ 7:15 PM
Celebrate the Holidays with fellow YRs and YR Alumni from around the New York City area and from across the Country! Enjoy open bar for the cocktail hour and full meal with beer, wine soda and dessert!
$60 CASH per person at the door or send check via mail.
RSVP to executivedir@nysyr.us
Send check to:J&s%n W$#ng^rtn*rNYSYR 3XX Lexington Avenue Suite XX
Not being a rich girl, I still think I would rather go to the Republican one because quite frankly, imagine all of the rich financial analysts running wild at that place in their Armani suits! Hmm.. I should propose this to my (non-eligible voter) room mate… … …
In all fairness there is a free Republican event in Brooklyn, but I’m imagining Vincent Gallo hipster types holding a styrofoam cup of beer, while inquiring if I want to buy their (disease-free) sperm for a million dollars, because mommy and daddy recently cut them off. And that is never a good thing. But I digress.
Seriously, what does that say about the (political) parties, when one is charging $10, throwing it at a bar, and donating to an AIDS charity, and the other is charging $60, throwing it at a ball room (?), giving away a full dinner, and no charity proceeds? Yes, that’s right. Democrats are drunk sluts, and Republicans are greedy b*stards. And they say you shouldn’t believe stereotypes…
Please, people, get that I’m joking.
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One Comment leave one →
  1. December 6, 2006 11:04 pm

    I thought it was pretty funny, too. And, I have to say, MOST of the time, stereotypes exist because there’s at least a *bit* of truth there.

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