The Marco Rubio campaign has begun a program called Spread The Word.
Here's the deal. As we release new videos, interviews and articles, we'll forward those directly to you. Then, you can easily forward and share these with your networks. You'll be the first to receive all new campaign updates and then use the Spread The Word program to help boost support for a real leader like Marco. We need you!
If you would like to join the team and volunteer in this capacity from the comfort of your computer, sign up here!I've decided to join since I have the TCL Blog and the Facebook platforms to "spread the word" (and it's nothing like Nancy Pelosi's "the word"). I'm a big supporter of Ten Buck Fridays, which supports candidates from all around the country. Since Marco Rubio is running in my state, the Spread The Word program is a perfect way for me to support him.
If there are any of my fellow Florida residents still planning to vote for Charlie Crist or who are not familiar with Marco Rubio and his stance on the issues, please do your homework. It's time to say "Sorry, Charlie"! (Sorry, Readers. I had to fit that in somewhere.)
Charlie Crist will be an absolute disaster as a US Senator because he is an opportunist who will say and do anything for a vote. He switched his party affiliation from Republican to Independent because he knew he could not win the GOP primary vote against Rubio. Now he has "fundamentally transformed" into a liberal/progressive Independent Opportunist, flip-flopping all over the place just to gain Democrat votes. He's sold his soul to Barack Obama and a vote for Charlie Crist will be a vote for the Obama Progressive Agenda. He's even getting help from the Obama Regime. Crist's votes in the Senate will affect everyone across the country, so it is imperative to make sure he is not elected in November. You all know RINOs Olympia Snow and Susan Collins (and formerly Arlen Specter, but now Scott Brown) who seem to be the "usual suspects" that push the Obama Bills over the edge when there is a close vote. Charlie will just be another "usual suspect".
Remember that hug? I was watching that day when Crist endorsed Obama's stimulus plan at a town hall meeting at the Harborside Event Center in Fort Myers, FL. That was the day I realized I would never vote for Charlie Crist again...yes I voted for him in the last FL governor's race.
Charlie is leading the polls ever since he jumped the GOP ship and turned into an Independent Opportunist. One reason is that he's been getting a lot of press because of the oil spill. Another can be attributed to Florida Democrats not really knowing much about the Democrat candidates (Kendrick Meeks and Jeff Greene). When asked in a poll, the Dems are voting for Crist, the well known
The unknown factor grows even greater when Democrats were asked whether they had a favorable opinion of either Meek or Greene. Sixty-one percent of the Democrats said they did not know enough about Meek to have an opinion, while 55 percent said so about Greene.
Marco Rubio is a good, common sense, constitutional conservative and he' got my vote in November. I have to admit, I didn't know Rubio had two GOP opponents in the August 24th primary until I downloaded a copy of the absentee ballot so I could get a preview of what to expect in the mail. So to be fair, here are the two GOP candidates names and the links to their websites...William Escoffeey III and William Billy Kogut.
I hope even those who will not have the chance to vote for Marco Rubio in November will consider supporting him with a financial donation, if possible. His vote in the Senate will affect every American citizen no matter where you live in this great country.
This is the first installment of my Spread The Word posts. It's longer than I expect the following ones to be, but it's a good introduction to Marco Rubio for those who are not familiar with him, especially you Floridians. I hope you'll take a few minutes to watch the videos and check out Rubio's website. I think you'll like what you see. Maybe you'll like it enough to Spread The Word.
08-06-10 - A Weekly Update
Banning Earmarks: A Simple Way To Cut Spending
The “Check-Off” Box: A Simple Way To Cut Spending
Automatic Sunset Of Govt. Programs: A Simple Way To Cut Spending
Balanced Budget Amendment: A Simple Way To Cut Spending
Also, don’t miss this article from the Weekly Standard. The current path of big-government we’re on is clearly not the right one for America. As it becomes more clear to all, even Democrats are supporting Marco’s pro-growth economic positions. See excerpt below.
On Tuesday, Connecticut senator Joe Lieberman called for a temporary extension of the Bush tax cuts, which are set to expire at the end of the year. “I’m hesitant to see taxes go up in the middle of a recession,” Lieberman, an independent who caucuses with the Democrats, told reporters at the Capitol. “I think we ought to wait til maybe six months, maybe at least til the end of the next fiscal year” to raise taxes. “I’m afraid if we raise taxes, including on higher income people, it will have a bad effect on our economy,” Liberman added. “If we raise their taxes, they’re going to spend less.” Democratic senators Ben Nelson (Neb.), Evan Bayh (Ind.), and Kent Conrad (N.D.) have all similarly expressed support for extending the tax cuts. Leading Democrats had hoped to use the debate over the Bush tax cuts to their advantage. “We like this argument,” White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel told Bloomberg this week. “We stand for middle-class tax cuts; the Republicans are willing to hold that hostage on behalf of the top 2 percent.” But increasingly it’s the Democrats who seem to be divided on the way forward.