Congressman George Nethercutt, who is running for the U.S. Senate seat now held by Patty "Osama Daycare Center" Murray, is the speaker at tonight's Seattle Downtown Republican Club dinner meeting.
There will be a small group discussion over dinner with Congressman Nethercutt, followed by a half-hour interview/formal Q&A session to be broadcast later in the week on community access cable.
Time: Today, Feb. 16, 2004, 5:00pm-7:00pm
Location: The College Club, 505 Madison Avenue, Seattle, at the SE corner of 5th Avenue and Madison.; free parking in the College Club garage after 4:30pm
Price: The only charge is dinner, ordered off the College Club menu; The all-inclusive price is usually $10-$15; no-host bar is also available.
Join me for this rare opportunity to chat with Congressman Nethercutt in a low-key small-group setting.
UPDATE: I really enjoyed the dinner and the chance to meet Congressman Nethercutt. It was a small group, so we all did get to chat with the Congressman, ask him questions and hear his views. His personal style is warm and approachable, affable and unflappable. More than any other politician I've met, he has a knack for putting people at ease.
His positions on the issues are mainstream and pragmatic. And unlike the incumbent Patty Murray he understands that we're at war with a real enemy, not with any overly ambitious daycare center operator.
For more information, see George Nethercutt's official campaign sitePosted by Stefan Sharkansky at February 16, 2004 09:16 AM