Former Vice President Dick Cheney will host a high-priced fundraiser for Mitt Romney at his Wyoming home Thursday night.
Think you might like to go?
The $30,000-a-couple dinner at Cheney's home outside of Jackson Hole will follow a reception at the fancy Teton Pines country club nearby.
Eh, maybe not.
Together, the two events are expected to raise more than $2 million for the Romney campaign.
Is it worth the 2 million to put the Penguin back in the minds of voters?
The Associated Press says Romney rarely appears in public with Cheney or with former President George W. Bush, and even goes out of his way at times to avoid saying Bush's name out loud, simply calling him President Obama's "predecessor."
Apparently worth it with Cheney but not
Back in September 2011, Romney said that when it comes time to choose a vice president, he'd pick someone like Cheney.
Well just don't let him lead the search for one anyway.
"That's the kind of person I'd like to have--a person of wisdom and judgment," Romney told a crowd in Arizona.
What more can you say after that?