Got $2500? Mingle with Obama, plus Speilberg, Katzenberg and Geffen

Political connections for sale!

Celebrity/Politics News Flash!

Have you heard the name Barack Obama?  If you haven't, it's about time you have.  Senator Barack Obama (IL) is a very strong candidate for the Presidential Election of 2008 for the Democratic Party and is positioned to potentially be America's first Black President.

So proclaims eBay seller ki-moon in his promo for the $2500 minimum bid "Experience" (free shipping):

Attend a reception honoring Senator Barack Obama
Hosted by Speilberg, Katzenberg, and Geffen 02/20/2007

Senator Barack Obama is being honored in Beverly Hills, CA on Tuesday February 20th, 2007  from 5:30-7:30PM in a reception hosted by David Geffen, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and Steven Spielberg, the media moguls behind Dreamworks SKG.  Invitations to this reception were sent out to a very exclusive celebrity list.

Senator Obama has had many outspoken celebrity supporters including but not limited to George Clooney, Matt Damon, Oliver Stone, Will Smith, and Oprah Winfrey.

Your bid will allow you to gain entry to this very exclusive star-studded event.  You will have the opportunity to rub shoulders with Senator Barack Obama and many of Hollywood's most recognized celebrities.  This will be an amazing opportunity of a lifetime to be a part of history.  The winning bidder will have the opportunity to purchase a ticket for their guest at the final sale price.  I estimate this event to be limited to about 200 attendees.

Maybe 199 attendees, no bidders at eBay, yet!

ALSO: Hillary Clinton trumps Barack Obama, on eBay!

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