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Rick Santorum at Abacoa, Friday 1/27


THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED
Join us at a breakfast rally for Presidential Candidate, former Senator Rick Santorum.  For an entry fee of $7, enjoy a Continental Breakfast and talk about issues with one of the top presidential candidates.

Because we are grassroots, we do not have credit card capability.  Please be prepared to pay the $7 in cash or by check.  This minimal fee will help us pay for the continental breakfast, the hall, and other expenses.  Thank you!

Date: Friday, Jan 27th
Time: 9:30am
Place:
Abacoa Golf Club
105 Barbados Drive Drive, Jupiter, FL 33456
Click Here for map.


 

 

Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1990 at the age of 32, and from 1995 to 2007, served in the US Senate. In 2000, he was elected by his peers to the position of Senate Republican Conference Chairman.

Senator Santorum became one of the most successful government reformers in our history, taking on Washington’s powerful special interests from the moment he arrived in our nation’s Capitol. Along with John Boehner and Jim Nussle, Senator Santorum was a member of the famous “Gang of Seven” that exposed the Congressional Banking and Congressional Post Office scandals.  It was this record of reform that prompted a Washington Post reporter to write in a recent article that “Santorum was a tea party kind of guy before there was a tea party.”

He was also an author and floor manager of the landmark Welfare Reform Act which passed in 1996 that has empowered millions of Americans to leave the welfare rolls and enter the workforce.

Senator Santorum wrote and championed legislation that outlawed the heinous procedure known as Partial Birth Abortion as well as the “Born Alive Infants Protection Act,” the “Unborn Victims of Violence Act,” and the “Combating Autism Act” because he believes each and every individual has value and the most vulnerable in our society need to be protected.

Senator Santorum fought to maintain fiscal sanity in Washington before it was in fashion, fighting for a balanced budget and a line item veto.  He bravely proposed reforming entitlements, cutting spending and even developed a “spendometer” that added up the cost of Democrat amendments to spending bills.   This record made him one of the most conservative senators in Pennsylvania’s history.

He served eight years on the Senate Armed Services Committee where he led the fight before the attacks of September 11th, 2001 to transform our military from a Cold War force to meet today’s threats. He was a leader on US-Israeli relations, authoring both the “Syria Accountability Act” and the “Iran Freedom and Support Act” which he successfully fought to pass in spite of initial opposition by President Bush.

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6 Responses to “Rick Santorum at Abacoa, Friday 1/27”
  1. Iris says:

    If you can’t make the above convenient Palm Beach County Tea Party Rally on Friday – here are two other rallies a bit further away – one on Sunday (1/22) in Coral Springs and the other in Stuart on Tuesday (1/24):

    http://southflorida912.org/2012/01/17/two-opportunities-to-see-rick-santorum/

  2. Will Senator Santorum be anywhere in the southern part of Palm Beach County?

  3. Austin Porfiri says:

    Rick Santorum has sent a message to America by his win in Iowa. Talk about fiscal responsibility? How about his cost per vote he received compared to other contenders’ cost per vote? The message is very loud and clear.Question is: Do enough people get this genuine 5K Tea Party message?

    He has shown us it is possaible to deliver a message, to anyone willing to listen: He does not need to be ultra-rich or notorius to convince America he can govern with dignity and command respect without having to explain, ad- naseum, escapades or excesses while his fellow competitors regale the national media every day
    with pundit fodder.

    That he respects the dignity of humankind is quite evident in his presentations and by his comportment in debates. America does not need noteriety at the helm of government. It is encouraging he will be visiting us very soon.

  4. doreenspot says:

    I’ve decided. Rick gets my vote. The last few debates brought out a lot of flaws in the top 2 candidates. Rick is clean and conservative. He’s a boots on the ground guy and is working hard to get his message across.

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