Touchdown is hours away, but South Florida Dems are already poking fun at President Bush's trip to Naples this afternoon to raise money for Reps. Lincoln and Mario Diaz-Balart.
Democrat Joe Garcia, who is challenging Mario, is taking advantage of the trip to raise some $$ of his own, while casting the GOP'er as Bush's "favorite South Florida rubber stamp."
Noting the attendees are paying top dollar for the private presidential luncheon in Naples, Garcia plans to hold a $25 per person "chicken wings and fries" lunch Saturday at the Sports Grill in Kendall.
"Dozens of Bush contributors are eager to toast champagne and reward Mario for his Bush-policy rubber stamping," his campaign said in a fundraising appeal. "Of course, we do things a bit differently."