Did You Go To Salem Today to Testify on the Bill to Call for No Troop Surge in Iraq?

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No? Why not? Do you mean to tell me that the press release sent out at 3:54pm on Friday afternoon didn’t give you enough time to get off work on Monday?

From: Rep Rosenbaum [mailto:Rosenbaum.Rep@state.or.us]
Sent: Friday, February 23, 2007 3:54 PM
To: Capitol_Media@dianerosenbaum.com
Subject: House Committee to Hold Iraq Hearings

House Committee on Elections, Ethics and Rules

Rep. Diane Rosenbaum, Chair

February 23, 2007

Contact: Diane Rosenbaum (503) 986-1442


***MEDIA ADVISORY***

Monday Hearing to Focus on Iraq War

House Committee Invites Public to Attend, Testify

SALEM-The House Committee on Elections, Ethics, and Rules will convene Monday morning for discussion of a resolution condemning President Bush’s policy of escalation in Iraq and urging Congress to bring troops home. Rep. Diane Rosenbaum (D-Portland), the Committee Chair, has joined Rep. Chip Shields (D-Portland) and Rep. Paul Holvey (D-Eugene) as Chief Sponsors of the Oregon Homeward Bound Act of 2007.


“Because of the war in Iraq, we are losing neighbors and loved ones, we are breaking up families, and we are spending away our financial stability,” according to Representative Rosenbaum. “This war is hurting families and communities all across Oregon . On Monday, this committee plans to give those Oregonians a voice.”


The Committee plans to hear testimony from members of the public. Those invited include, but are not limited to, families who have lost loved ones in the war, community service providers who have felt the fiscal impact of the war, and area clergy whose faith communities are affected.

The hearing will be held in Hearing Room E, but overflow seating will be made available if the room exceeds capacity.

WHO: House Committee on Elections, Ethics and Rules; Rep. Diane Rosenbaum, Chair

WHAT: Hearing on Iraq War Resolution

WHEN: Monday, February 26, 2007

WHERE: Oregon State Capitol, Hearing Room E

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4 thoughts on “Did You Go To Salem Today to Testify on the Bill to Call for No Troop Surge in Iraq?

  1. Victoria taft said: You don’t suppose they didn’t want some folks there,do you?

    Klatu said: I was going to ask you
    almost exactly your question above,
    but I wonder if E-mails on Taxpayer time went out to “Americans in Name only” wayyyyyy before 3:54pm sunday.

    a question I would like to ask these “AINO’S” is

    1. WOULD YOU RATHER HAVE FIGHTING
    IN THE STREETS OF PORTLAND
    AND EUGENE THEN IN BAGHDAD

    Ps what a waste of taxpayer monies. They should pay the tax payer back for this _ _ _ _ _ _ *^%.

    and I bet they talked about the
    ACADEMY (“GREEN-WE LOVE ALGORE AND THE DIXIE CHICKS AND THE VOTING WAS RIGGED AWARDS”) SUNDAY NIGHT PRIOR TO THIS STUPID GATHERING OF
    SOCIALISTSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

  2. It may as well have been Sunday, but you’ll rarely, if ever, catch anyone in the Oregon Legislature doing something beneficial on Sunday.

    Or any other day.

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