Just a week after students at Cuyahoga Community college were reportedly rounded up to fill empty seats at an appearance by President Obama in Ohio, CNBC is asking the Princeton Club of Washington for help in filling a "special live Town Hall event from Washington D.C., featuring President Barack Obama."
From an e-mail to Princeton Club of Washington members obtained by FutureOfCapitalism.com:
AN ALUMNI ALERT ....
The Princeton Club of Washington has received a
TIME-SENSITIVE INVITATION to participate in a
TOWN HALL with President Obama on Sept. 20.
A special group will be selected for this, and
it will be held in the Washington, DC area...
On Monday September 20th CNBC will be holding a
special live Town Hall event from Washington D.C.,
featuring President Barack Obama. We would like
to invite you to be a member of the audience. We
want your voice to be heard. We are looking to
capture the sentiment of the nation ahead of the
mid-term elections. Audience members will have
the opportunity to ask their questions directly
to the President during the live event.
REQUIRED: That you be available from 10:00am–1:30pm
on Monday, September 20th.
PLEASE PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION, and
YOUR QUESTION for the President ....
-Full first name, middle initial, and last name
-Date of birth
-Social security number
-Color photo (please attach the photo to the e-mail
back to me)
QUESTION: Please write a question you would like
to ask or have answered by the President.
You will be sent a confirmation e-mail with further
information about the event once the final guest
list is set.
Maybe if the questions are nice enough the Princeton graduates will qualify for federal student loan forgiveness?