It’s no secret to highly-informed voters of this country that one thing you can rely from Obama‘s weekly schedule are his cross-country fundraising events. Nissan car salesman Paul Scott of Los Angeles is shelling $32,400 out of his retirement savings account in order to join the DNC fundraising event at Santa Monica in California on June 7. The 60-year-old car salesman and electric car advocate will join the 25 VIP donors in a special one-hour roundtable discussion with the president after the fundraising luncheon.
USA Today provided a copy of three different prices a donor has a to pay depending on what level he wants to meet or see Obama. For $10,000 the donor is just a luncheon guest, meaning you can just gaze at Obama dreamily but not allowed to come near him. For $16,200, you are considered a VIP luncheon guest with the exciting privilege to have your picture taken quickly with the Celebrity-in-chief, but still no talking to the celeb-chief. For $32,400, you get really closer to Obama as you will become part of the 25 VIP elite guests who will not only have an official photograph with Obama but will join the president after the luncheon for a one-hour roundtable discussion and you can talk directly to the president about whatever you want to tell him, either by just gushing about your giddy admiration or by seriously lobbying the president about your beloved cause.
Scott Miller is going to propose a carbon-tax that would increase gas prices, making electric car prices more competitive according to him. He wants Obama also to start bullying the anti-Electric Vehicle critics and to support groups like Plug In America. Scott said, ” I can sell more cars. I am being hammered in the press with all the anti-EV stuff.” Scott Miller is also co-founder of Plug In America and he specializes in selling electric cars.