Quotation by Richard L. Berke

The master plan was laid out months ago. Jack Kemp would give 200 rubber-chicken dinners (sometimes it's meatballs or just cocktails) between Jan. 1, 1995, and Jan. l, 1996. What the plan did not say was that he would be expected to deliver the same lines, ingratiate himself to political hangers-on and, most humiliating of all, beg them for money.
Richard L. Berke, U.S. journalist. New York Times, sec. 4, p. 1 (February 5, 1995).

On raising money to run for the U.S. presidency.
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