When the press revealed that President Clinton was renting out the Lincoln bedroom in return for mega campaign contributions for himself or the Democratic Party, I wrinkled my nose in disgust but didn't say much. Now it seems our current fearless leader is raffling off a dinner at the White House with himself and VP Biden to raise money for his re-election campaign. This particular source doesn't mention the White House specifically but I've seen/heard other sources that did, so if that information is wrong, then it's not that big a deal. But doesn't this grate on you a little? Selling/renting/raffling what belongs to all of us to pump up your own re-election campaign? I did a cursory search and didn't find any other examples of this, but I wonder if it has been standard practice for any other Presidents?' Should this be labeled unacceptable for the Chief Executive to do with the people's property?