President Obama heads west Monday afternoon to headline two political fundraisers for his party and for a fellow Democrat. It's the president's second night of fundraising over the past four days.
Obama is the main attraction at two events in Los Angeles for the Democratic National Committee and Sen. Barbara Boxer of California. According to the White House schedule, the president will deliver remarks at a fundraising reception Boxer and the DNC at the California Science Center. Then Obama heads to the Museum of Natural History of Los Angeles, where he will speak at a fundraising dinner for Boxer and the DNC. A Democratic source confirms to CNN that the two events will raise at least $3 million in campaign cash.
LOL! Barry giving a fellow liberal a "boost" in the midst of a tough election bid? We've seen how well that worked with Jon Corzine and Martha Coaxley--in other words, this is terrific news for conservatives who want to be rid of Barbara "Don't Call Me Madame!" Boxer.