A somewhat embarrassed Leo Broderick held a press-conference yesterday at the Benevolent Irish Society on North River Road, to apologize for speaking out against a proposed set of traffic lights planned for the intersection of Kensington Road and Exhibition Drive in Parkdale. On Tuesday, Broderick was the spokesperson for a group of Charlottetown citizens voicing their concerns against the traffic lights, saying that the lights were an unnecessary waste of tax-payer's money.
"Turns out I was at a rally in favour of this set of lights just the week before", admitted a red-faced Broderick, well-known on PEI for being against things. "Sometimes
it's hard to remember all the things I'm against", yelled the activist
through his shiny new bull-horn, a Christmas gift from Sharon Labchuk.
When asked if he was now for or against the proposed lights, Broderick said "Yes".
Friday, December 28
Leo Broderick Finds Himself On Both Sides Of An Issue