High Priced Entertainment

I have to say that SUPERDELL events sound very entertaining.

Fear not, my fundraising events will be worth their ticket if merely for entertainment value to the sceptics:). We are going to have some serious fun in Utah. I’m already working on my first event. I’m looking for acrobatic aircraft, base jumpers, powered skydiving pilots, helicopters, race cars, monster trucks, pyrotechnics . . .

For anyone who would go for the entertainment value, just remember the cost of admission is going to fund a political campaign so you’ll probably get an earful from the radio and an eyeful from the TV for your investment. And these would come from a candidate who has not said one word about an issue in his campaign.

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David is the father of 8 extremely organized children (4 girls / 4 boys) who is constantly seeking answers to tough questions related to parenting, education and politics while moonlighting for 40 hours each week as a technology professional. He also enjoys cooking, gardening, and sports.
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4 Responses to High Priced Entertainment

  1. Mark Hansen says:

    So, it’s all spectacle and no substance. Hmmm… Sounds like he’s ready for the big time…


  2. David says:


    I still thought that big time politicians at least attempted to make their spectacle appear substantive. Maybe SUPERDELL is just without political guile . . .

  3. Carl Miller says:

    FYI, Superdell’s blog mentions a couple of issues that he stands for. Not enough to know exactly what his politics are, but enough to get a general idea.
    On a lighter note, if he’s elected I think he may be the first politician who was assassinated not for his actions but for how annoying he is. This will be interesting.

  4. David says:

    Everything related to issues is new since my post, but it’s fair to say that he has admitted that there are issues in the race for Governor.

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