Keefer campaign makes a splash on the streets
of San Francisco
Delivers an ensemble of music, dance, art, and
homemade cookies in camaign bid for Congress
Keefer and taiko drummers
perform an ensemble
of drum standards on Alioto Plaza yesterday.
From the Keefer for Congress Campaign
June 7, 2006
In the spirit of San Francisco's anti-war artistic counter-culture
life style, and to add life to what can only be called the most
disheartening negative campaigning in recent memory, Krissy Keefer
celebrated receiving 96% of the Green Party votes by taking to
the streets with taiko drumming, 60's music and "Cookies
This roving movable feast of a party called for the Impeachment
of George Bush and the immediate withdraw of American troops from
the Iraq war. She also brought attention to problems of global
warming as recently brought to our attention in Al Gore's new
Keefer's caravan hit 16th and Mission, City Hall, the Yes on
A party, Union Square, Eric Safire's party, ending at Medjool's
with many San Francisco's political insiders including Mayor Gavin
Newsom, Ross Mirkarimi, Aaron Peskin, Bevin Dufty, Debra Walker,
Michael Goldstein and DCCC hopefuls. Cookies for Congress prepared
by Marc Powell were enjoyed by over 100 people thoughout the city,
delivered with ease by "chauffeur for a day", Doug McAbee.
In the Castro District, Keefer reminded everyone that her opponent
Nancy Pelosi has no clear position on gay marriage, as the senate
voted yesterday to change the constitution in what can only be
called a vicious attack on civil liberties.
As the Italian Goverment are pulling their troops from Iraq U.S.
forces are becoming more and more isolated amid accusations of
massacres, torture and misconduct. Real support for our troops
would include bringing them home, to end and repair the horrendous
damage unleased on Iraq.
For more information go to KeeferForCongress.com.