Larry Sinclair is in Nashville TN for the McCain Obama Town Hall Meeting, “The 2008 Presidential Election: Where We Stand and Where We Are Headed” forum at Vanderbilt University and to tell his story about a drug and sex encounter with Obama in November 1999. Sinclair will also share his knowledge of Donald Young, the gay TUCC choir leader, and also to inform the public about the Philip J Berg lawsuit.
Larry Sinclair’s message this morning:
“Tuesday, October 7, 2008
I can be contacted today at 612-466-1043 and will be in the Downtown area as well as at Belmont University.
After today’s events in Nashville, I will be leaving for Florida this evening.”
John Seigenthaler and Harold Ford Jr. to lead discussion by national experts”
Political scholars, journalists and pundits will offer their informed perspective on where the 2008 presidential election is headed during an Oct. 7 forum for students that is sponsored by Vanderbilt University and the First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt.
Mike Allen, chief political correspondent for Politico, who previously covered national politics for Time and The Washington Post.
John Geer, Distinguished Professor of Political Science at Vanderbilt and an expert on campaigns, public opinion and negative ads. Geer wrote In Defense of Negativity: Attack Ads in Presidential Campaigns, 1960-2004.
Howard Fineman, Newsweek’s senior Washington correspondent and columnist, senior editor and deputy Washington bureau chief. He is also an NBC News analyst.
Anne Kornblut, writer for The Washington Post. She has been a guest on MSNBC’s Hardball with Chris Matthews.
Joe Klein, senior writer and columnist for Time and author of best-selling political novel Primary Colors.
Mark Halperin, senior political analyst and editor-at-large for Time. He is also a political analyst for ABC News.
John Harwood, chief Washington correspondent and columnist, senior editor and deputy Washington bureau chief. He is also an NBC analyst.
Chris Matthews, host of “Hardball with Chris Matthews” on MSNBC.
Seigenthaler, who is chairman emeritus of The Tennessean, will serve as moderator for the forum. Seating is limited, and students will be given preference.”
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