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We just found out President Barack Obama is coming back to the Puget Sound area next month to raise money for the Democratic Congressional campaign committee. (AP Photo/file)

President Obama making another withdrawal from Puget Sound liberal ATM

Taken from Wednesday's edition of The Dori Monson Show.

We just found out President Barack Obama is coming back to the Puget Sound area next month to raise money for the Democratic Congressional campaign committee.

According to SeattlePI.com, the president is going to go back to the home of former Microsoft executive Jon Shirley, which is where he went the last time.

If you want to be part of it, you're welcome. You just have to cough up $32,400 per couple.

Whenever President Obama comes here, he just goes to these wealthy, guilt-ridden former tech executives houses and they do these incredibly exclusive events.

I'm absolutely convinced that there are an awful lot of people who got really wealthy in the tech industry, they feel unbelievable guilt about their wealth, so they push for policies so that other Americans can give up their assets to the less fortunate. They have these $35,000 a couple events for the president.

But the only time the president ever comes here, ever talks about the Northwest, ever thinks about the Northwest, is when he wants to make a withdrawal from the ATM, the tech-wealthy ATM here in the Puget Sound area.

Taken from Wednesday's edition of The Dori Monson Show.

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