Monday, October 23, 2006

This Week in Denver Democratic Functions

Tuesday, 10/24: Barack Obama, TC LoDo, noon
Purpose: New Book

Thursday, 10/26: John Edwards, Capitol, 12:30
Purpose: ??


rebeckspe said...

Thanks for the heads up - can't wait to hear Sen. Obama in person!

InfoChef said...

Please note the change--it's at LoDo; tickets given out beginning at 11. (In case you had nothing else to do tomorrow.)

waltzeswithdogs said...

Do you have any more info on Edwards at the capitol? Such as where and if anyone can attend?

DenverHotPants said...

Another Obama event . . .

Just Announced!!!

Rally with Senator Barack Obama

In support of

Ed Perlmutter

Candidate for Congress, Colorado's 7th District

Tuesday, October 24th, 2006


Martin Luther King Park/Fletcher Plaza

9898 E. Colfax Ave. - Next to Fox Theatre

Aurora, CO 80040

waltzeswithdogs said...

GOTV Unity Rally for Colorado State and Local Democratic Candidates
Featuring: Former Senator John Edwards
Thursday, Oct 26 from 12:45 PM - 1:45 PM
West steps of the Colorado State Capital
Denver, CO

rebeckspe said...

Oh no! I missed Barack Obama - got stuck in a mediation.... ugh.

(On a completely unrelated note, I believe the Gilmore Girls have jumped the shark. Closing scene tonight almost made me barf, with Rory Lorelei & Christopher driving in the car with oldies muzak on the radio.

Poor poor beautiful scruffy Luke.)

...Again, anyone make it to Sen Obama's appearance?

waltzeswithdogs said...

The Gilmore Girls have always been really, really, sappy. That is why I watch it, for my weekly dose of syrup.

codown2earth said...

I have been traveling this week & have yet to see Gilmore Girls. It's on my Tivo waiting. I hear we might have snow day worthy weather tommorrow. I wonder if I can fake a blizzard in the hall b/w my bedroom and office?

InfoChef said...

B.O. (that's apparently how he signs his name, at least under pressure to sign 350 books before off to his 2:30) spoke for approximately 3 minutes. He had not difficulty uttering complete sentences or pronouncing words.

This qualifies him as highly intelligent in the political arena.

Me and 1000 of my closest sardines weighed down floor two of the TC, awaiting his arrival. I heard, but did not see, his words.

I also gave him $26 of my dollars, and wondered--aren't we already paying the Senator from Illinois adequate tax dollars for the rest of his life? I want one of those jobs!