By Justin Sink
The gesture dovetails with an effort by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee — which fundraises on behalf of Democratic House candidates — to gather signatures for a happy birthday card for the president. Last week, the campaign committee launched a website where supporters could enter their email addresses and zip codes to send their birthday wishes — and presumably be enrolled on the committee's email list serve.
Rep. David Cicilline (D-R.I.) tweeted a picture of the cake presentation:
The coverage of the cake presentation also earned a sarcastic retort from a staffer for Majority Leader Eric CantorEric CantorWis. Republican launches long-shot bid to oust Ryan Republicans who vow to never back Trump NRCC upgrades 11 'Young Guns' candidates MORE (R-Va.).
If President Obama wants to meet with House GOPers on how we can fix the economy, I'm sure we can find him a birthday cake.— Doug Heye (@DougHeye) July 31, 2013