NPR DC Station's 'Luxurious Cruise' of Europe

Once again, those class-warring liberals are organizing a luxury cruise. This time, it's National Public Radio talk show host Diane Rehm, who's syndicated in more than 80 markets through D.C. affiliate WAMU at American University:

This intimate travel experience with Diane Rehm gives you the opportunity to meet the people and experience the culture that most tourists miss. Even better, you'll do it all in the best way possible--on a luxurious river cruise ship. Unpack just once and settle into your outside cabin.

For 14 nights, you'll cruise through the very heart of Europe on this incredible voyage between Budapest and Amsterdam.

One of the benefits of the Danube River trip is three two-hour chats with Diane Rehm. She has an online letter of invitation to potential WAMU donors:

We'll have plenty of time to talk about radio as well, and to hear about your own ideas of what makes for good radio on The Diane Rehm Show. I look forward to meeting you, and thank you in advance for your support of WAMU 88.5. Our journey on the Danube will be made all the more meaningful by your participation, as each traveler represents an invaluable contribution: an indication of the value you ascribe to our programs and commitment to our future.

Nuremberg's on the itinerary, so wealthy liberals would probably be attracted to the idea of imagining how those alleged war criminals George W. Bush and Dick Cheney could be tried in a similar fashion.

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