Attn, DC Reasonoids: Who Should You Vote for If You're Anti-War?, Debate Tonight!


Celebrate Columbus Day by arguing about war and the midterm elections! Busboys & Poets serves food and booze, so enjoy dinner and a drink as well as conversation about "peace voters."

VotersForPeace Forum: "The Peace Voter's Dilemma"

Monday, Oct 9, 2006
"Meet and Greet" @ 5:30pm
Panel begins @ 6:00pm

Busboys & Poets, Langston Room
14 & V St. NW

Join anti-war commentators across the political spectrum in a dialogue about how the occupation of Iraq is changing our political landscape and challenging the emerging bloc of peace voters. How are political parties responding to the new "peace voter"? If a majority of Americans are now against the US occupation of Iraq, why are most leading candidates so tepid about taking an anti-war stance? What is a peace voter to do? What does the peace voter dilemma tell us about the state of our democracy? What can be done to restore accountability and responsiveness to our political system?

Host: Linda Schade, Executive Director of VotersForPeace

Moderator: Nick Gillespie, Editor-in-Chief of REASON magazine.

James Antle, Senior writer and assistant editor of American Conservative magazine.
Kevin Martin, Executive Director of Peace Action
John LaBeaume, Libertarian political strategist and former National Campaign Coordinator of the Libertarian National Party.
Joyce Robinson-Paul, Green candidate for DC Shadow Senate.
Kevin Zeese, Director of DemocracyRising.US, 2004 spokesperson for Ralph Nader. [Cancelled due to scheduling conflict.]
Gael Murphy, Code Pink

Space is limited– please RSVP here or call 301.270.2355