Here’s an email recently sent out by Susan Estrich, who, once again, demonstrates her interesting approach to the art of capitalization. (I’ve removed the cc: addresses to protect peoples’ privacy, but I will say it warms my heart to see Nikki Finke and Morgan Fairchild getting invited to the same party.)
Subject: WHITE HOUSE PROJECT “COMMANDER IN CHIEF” houseparty…
The White House project has asked me to host a house party next Tuesday Night in honor of the first Woman President on ABC — at 8 pm at my house, [redacted address]… (1 block from [redacted]…) party starts at 8, viewing of show at 9, Kathy Najimy and Amber Valletta from the show are supposed to be there, not a fundraiser, but hear about putting a woman in the White House and I happen to have this new book coming out October 11 called the case for Hillary Clinton and there will be a few advance copies for the first to arrrive….. xooxoxoxoxo
rsvp… [redacted phone number] melissa lo or [redacted email address, but it’s a USC law school address, hopefully not belonging to an idealistic law school student who has had personal-assistant duties thrust upon her]
The White House Project is a non-profit seeking to “advance women’s leadership in all sectors, up to and including the U.S. presidency.” And even if you’re not Susan Estrich you can host a ‘Commander-in-Chief’ viewing party under its auspices. Just click here. Sneaky promotional ploy, ABC! It’s like a street-team for middle-aged liberals.