“Crash the Party” This Thursday Night in NYC

“Crash the Party”

A fundraiser to benefit the Kerry-Edwards campaign

Thursday, September 2, 2004

New York City

Between orange alerts and heartlanders in straw hats, there are loads of reasons to blow town during the Republican National Convention. But here’s an incentive to stick around …

On Thursday, September 2nd on the East Side of Manhattan, we are inviting supporters of regime change in the U.S.A. and their friends to join us for cocktails, conversation, and controversy in support of the team that wants to lead America in a new direction — John Kerry and John Edwards.

By any measure, the highlight of the evening will be George W. Bush’s acceptance of the Grand Old Party nomination, carried live on 25 screens through the miracle of television. Listen respectfully as our president recites his accomplishments on the economy, world peace and the environment … or, you could express your true feelings. (The conventioneers at the Garden will wonder what that dull roar coming from the East could be.)

Fueling our enthusiasm will be open bar (beer, wine, and liquor) and light hors d’oeuvres, accelerated by the soon-to-be-infamous Bushisms drinking game!

Attendance is limited, so reserve immediately!

CRASH THE PARTY

At

Proof

239 Third Avenue between 19th and 20th Streets

Manhattan

8 p.m. The party starts

10 p.m. W takes the podium

Admission:

$85 at the door

$75 in advance (Paypal to crashtheparty@mindspring.com)

All proceeds of this event go to support the Kerry-Edwards election campaign!

Presented with the support of the New York State Democratic Committee. Contributions to this event are not tax-deductible. RSVP and further information, please email crashtheparty@mindspring.com.

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