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President Obama has been frantically jetting around the country on Air Force One, buying votes with taxpayer dollars and selling failed policies as successes to handpicked audiences. But not all Coloradans will be cheering when he pays a visit to the liberal bastion of Boulder Tuesday. Americans for Prosperity is helping organize protests of Obama’s Broken Promises Tour at several events coinciding with his visit to Colorado.
Americans for Prosperity is giving you the opportunity to join together to voice our concerns regarding President Obama’s failed policies. President Obama will be at CU Boulder speaking Tuesday night, and we want him to know that he has failed to keep his promises to us.
Gas prices are on the rise, college costs are skyrocketing and employment for young Americans is at its lowest level in recorded history. He is failing our college students and recent graduates – passing on over $5 trillion of debt to them in the last four years - and we deserve better.
Make some signs telling the president how you feel, and come out to a peaceful event Tuesday morning prior to the president’s arrival OR join in the afternoon (closer to the President’s arrival and speech -approximately 6pm).
This is a perfect opportunity to get in front of the media and drive the discussion.
We encourage signs to be directed towards free market:
AFP's March 27 "Hands Off My Healthcare" Rally in Washington D.C. drew thousands of activists from around the country. Click here to learn more about the day's events in our nation's capitol.
Meanwhile, rallies were also held in ten cities throughout the U.S. KKCO covered the events at a "Hands Off My Healthcare" rally held in Colorado.
Americans for Prosperity-Colorado on April 4 will hold a “Give Red Tape a Rest” rally to coincide with an Environmental Protection Agency-organized mining conference in Denver. AFP-CO believes the agency’s rogue regulators and biased scientists are destroying jobs, driving-up energy costs, crippling America’s competitiveness and contributing to the country’s economic crisis.
The protest takes place:
Wednesday, April 4
Renaissance Denver Hotel
3801 Quebec Street
Denver, Colorado 80207
Those participating can register by following this link.