Les Roberts in Dryden
Roberts concerns center around the high cost of health care and the high cost of energy and the impact of those costs on the country and the economy. He acknowledges widespread agreement that, "We need to end up at a single payer plan. Full stop." The problem is how to get there quickest. Roberts goes on to advocate conservation and alternative energy technologies, particularly geothermal, to address energy costs.
In addition, Roberts stresses the importance of balancing the Federal budget and the urgency of withdrawing from Iraq. His experience as an environmental engineer and a health scientist make him highly qualified to "Stand up, speak out and get results."