Thursday, April 27, 2006

Les Roberts To Speak on Iraq Experience in Trumansburg

Tomorrow night, Friday April 28 at 7:00 PM at the Fire Hall on Main Street, Democratic congressional candidate Les Roberts will be giving a talk about his experience working on the ground in Iraq. The title of the talk will be: Civilian Casualties: The Untold Story.

The event is a follow-up to Les Roberts' appearance on the Al Franken show this week. It is sponsored by the organization Back to Democracy and will include the opportunity to ask Les Roberts questions about his work in Iraq, his other work with the U.S. government and non-profits, and about his campaign for Congress.

The talk is free and open to the public, so anyone from the district who is curious about the Les Roberts campaign is welcome to attend. That includes the people who read this blog, whether they're Roberts supporters or not.

Yes, Trumansburg is my home town, but no, I'm not a member of Back to Democracy, though I think it's a fine group. Visit the Back to Democracy web site to find out more about the organization.

I won't be able to attend the talk myself, as I'm in Boston this week on business. Big regrets to those readers of this blog who harbor conspiracy theories about me and some evil blogging schemes that I'm involved in. You'll have to swing on over to Trumansburg some other time to "expose" me.

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