Rep. Baird’s Fear of Bused In Protestors to Townhalls?

by lewwaters

Representative Brian Baird, Washington’s 3rd Congressional District, isn’t holding a Townhall locally out of fear of bused in protestors and operatives?

Who usually stacks Townhalls or buses in protestors and supplies professional signs?

Rep. Baird, why do you fear the common people, but will speak to radicals?

Democracy For Vancouver

“These speakers are being sent here by the Win Without War coalition. They have long experience in foreign policy and are being sent specifically to answer the Baird arguments for continuing the surge.”


August 28, 2007 Vancouver’s the Columbian, “The publicity [on Baird’s change of view] drew military activist Jon Soltz from New York to confront Baird directly.”

3 Responses to “Rep. Baird’s Fear of Bused In Protestors to Townhalls?”

  1. If this is really his strategy, he’s at odds with Dem leadership:


  2. Baird has said he will conduct a “telephone conference,” as your site suggests.

    My effort here was to show he did not cower from the anti-war crowd two years ago, but will not face potentially angry constituents now.

    If you get a chance, tune in to KPAM 860 AM radio Friday evening, 5 PM to 8 PM. Victoria Taft will be replaying a telephone interview she recently did with Baird.

    I assume you are out of reception range of Portland, so you may tune in online if you wish at the link supplied.



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