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Grassroots Tour Educating & Engaging Citizens on Excessive Government Spending
TALLAHASSEE, FL The premier grassroots mobilizing group, Americans for Prosperity, will be in Florida for its Cut Spending Now Tour on October 17th, 18th, and 19th and move across the country before arriving on November 5th at the national Defending the American Dream Summit in Washington, DC. The tour serves as a call to action for AFPs 1.8 million activists and Americans from all walks of life to demand that Congress finally cut spending while bringing about fundamental budget reforms that reduce the size of government and to remind President Obama that picking the economys winners and losers is one reason unemployment is so high and our economy so weak under this administration.
Slade OBrien, AFP Florida State Director, emphasized the need for Washington to put America first by cutting spending now:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, October 13, 2011
Contact: Slade OBrien (561) 441-5866 or James Valvo (703) 224-3200
Americans for Prosperity Applauds U.S. House Candidate Karen Diebel for Signing No Climate Tax Pledge-
West Palm BeachThe Florida chapter of the free market grassroots group Americans for Prosperity (AFP-FL) today applauded U.S. House candidate Karen Diebel for signing the groups No Climate Tax Pledge. Diebel joins more than 550 bipartisan lawmakers and candidates on the federal, state and local levels pledging to oppose legislation relating to climate change that includes a net increase in government revenue.
AFP-FL State Director commented:
If you weren't at CPAC FL in Orlando then you may have missed one of the highlghts of the week - the "Suite Tea" breakfast we held at The Peabody Hotel. Tickets for the event were "sold out" as quickly as we could make them available and for good reason -- seeing these three, true patriots speak was incredible. Their stories from years of working for the left are sometimes shocking, eye-opening and always inspiring.
If you missed the breakfast, or even if you were there but want to see the insipiring speakers again, now is your chance. Here are the excerpts from the breakfast, with speakers (and their Twitter handles so you can follow them):
AFPF-FL State Director Slade O'Brien - @AFPFlorida
Grassroots Activist Jason Hoyt - @JasonWHoyt
ACORN Whistleblower Anita MonCrief - @anitamoncrief
Patriot Brandon Darby - @brandondarby
Author Andrew Breitbart - @AndrewBreitbart
As national attention focused on Florida last week, AFP-Florida prepared for three days of jam packed events in Orlando. Hundreds of you joined us for the Presidency 5 Presidential Debate and straw poll, the speeches and educational sessions of CPAC, and one of the highlights of the weekend an amazing Suite Tea Breakfast with Andrew Breitbart.
Patriots were out in Orlando in full force! We were on-sight distributing t-shirts and educational materials, as well as our ever-so-popular Its the Spending, Stupid! buttons. We handed out 3,500 of them and they were a prominent fixture on lapels and sweaters throughout the weekend. If you have a picture of you and your friends wearing one of our buttons or shirts please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can see the pictures we already have posted of the P5 booth and attendees here.
Andrew Breitbart and ACORN Whistleblower Anita MonCrief to speak as part of Americans for Prosperity Foundations RightOnline
Event will advance online activism at CPAC FL in Orlando Friday, September 23rd
BOCA RATON Nationally known author, commentator, and publisher Andrew Breitbart is confirmed to attend Presidency 5 next week. Breitbart will speak at a breakfast sponsored by Americans for Prosperity Foundations Florida Chapter (AFPF-FL) at 7:30 am on Friday morning at the Suite Tea Tea Party Hospitality Suite at the Peabody Hotel.
ACORN Whistleblower Anita MonCrief is also confirmed to speak at AFPF-FLs RightOnline, joining speakers: T.V. host and commentator Stephen Kruiser, prominent Florida blogger Jordan Raynor, The Franklin Centers Erik Telford and Kelly Carson, Townhall.coms Guy Benson and Alice Linahan of Voices Empower.