Come see Dick and Karl

If you're wandering around New York City on this chilly President's Day evening with nothing to do, why not stop by the Pioneer Theater in the East Village and say "hi" to Dick Cheney and Karl Rove?

The Billionaires for Bush are welcoming 'Cheney' and 'Rove' for some good old fashioned public sparring before screening the feature-length "Bush's Brain" and short "Billionaires Love Karl Rove." It all kicks off at around 6pm on Avenue A and 3rd Street, while the screenings will start at 7pm inside the Pioneer. There's even a chance to get your picture taken after the film with those two devils of W. More info is available at the B4B website as well as the Pioneer Theater site.

Not in NYC? You can see if there's a Drinking Liberally gathering near you tonight for you to drown your presidential sorrows in.

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