WASHINGTON -- Americans for Prosperity, a group funded in part by the Koch brothers, is hosting a Tribute to Ronald Reagan dinner at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center on Friday, as part of its Defending The American Dream Summit, a conservative-star-packed event with confirmed attendees include GOP presidential hopefuls Herman Cain and Mitt Romney.
As the dinner goes on -- before the summit's 9:30 p.m. screening of the film version of "Atlas Shrugged" -- a group with different political sensibilities will be gathering in a nearby parking lot to Occupy the Koch Brothers, with popcorn.
Per the event's website, the Guerilla Drive-In event will feature "fun videos that expose the Koch Brothers in colossal fashion," as well as good food. The event is co-sponsored by Health Care For America Now! and The Other 98%, which is also responsible for a video called "Koch Bros: It's The Evil Thing."
A similar event held last spring in New York drew a crowd of more than 500, so get to Friday's event early to ensure a good seat, if you aren't already booked to rub shoulders with Cain and Romney at the Reagan tribute dinner next door.
The drive-in will take place in the parking lot at 1025 7th St. NW starting at 6 p.m.. Movies start at 7 p.m.
Flickr photo by Sue Peacock
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