Dinner with Sarah Palin? It’ll cost you
Ever wanted to ask Sarah Palin over dinner what she really thinks? Now’s your chance. But it’s going to cost you — more than $25,000.
Dinner for five with the former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate is up for grabs on ebay. The last bid was more than $38,000 (yes that’s three zeroes) for a dinner whose value is being promoted as “priceless.”
It looks like this time ebay may work for her (remember the campaign trail stories of her unsuccessful effort to sell the Alaska governor’s plane on ebay).
But the winner will have to agree to some restrictions for the experience of breaking bread with Palin.
A background check is mandatory, respect for Palin and her guests “is expected at all times,” and dinner won’t be more than four hours but she can cut it short.
Palin also has the right to refuse dinner with the winner if the bidder is considered unsuitable “based on her subjective standards of suitability, professionalism, background and other factors.”
Basically if she doesn’t want to have dinner with you, too bad. But you do get a refund.
Photo credit: Reuters/Nathaniel Wilder (Palin serves hot dogs at picnic in Alaska in July)