Mitt Romney Is Hitting Fort Lauderdale for Fundraiser Hosted by Car Dealers
Case, you may remember, is famous not only for selling middling Japanese sedans but also for making headlines in 2011, when a TSA officer took a pen that belonged to Case that the car dealer had forgotten during a TSA preflight check-in at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Toussain Puddie, who then worked for the TSA, saw the pen and took it. Because it was a nice pen. And innocuous shit that's left behind during TSA check-ins like pens, shaving cream, and nail clippers are fair game.
"This will be an intimate group of Mitt's strongest supporters and we invite you to join us at the Founding Member level, $50,000 per person."
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