AFP brings “Obama’s Failing Agenda” bus tour to New Mexico

By | September 13th, 2012

Today Americans for Prosperity brings its 25-state bus tour to New Mexico as part of a campaign to shed light on four of the worst economic years in recent American history. The AFP swing begins this morning in Farmington and is slated to be in Belen at 5 p.m. On Friday morning, the action moves to Rio Rancho, then to a 4 p.m. Friday scheduled event in Albuquerque. Saturday morning’s event is in Ruidoso, with a 4 p.m. Saturday scheduled event in Las Cruces.

See details of times and locations at this link.

AFP will hold rallies and other special events to highlight the economic harm caused by the Obama administration’s policies and the resulting hardship for Americans nationwide. The tour includes elected officials, national personalities and other champions of free-market enterprise, intending to motivate the grassroots to put pressure on politicians who support reckless deficit-spending and other destructive big-government policies.

The above video shows scenes from a recent stop in Stafford, Va. On the outside of the bus is spelled out some of the economic damage under the current Administration, including adding $5 trillion to the national debt…

“$1.7 Trillion Health Care Takeover”

“42 straight months of unemployment over 8 percent”

“$16 Trillion National Debt”

“Billions wasted on Solyndra and Green Energy Scams”

Also in the video: noted author and journalist John Fund addresses activists in Virginia about the stakes in the coming election…

“Well this election is going to determine everything, because not only is the presidency up, but also the Congress and governorships in many states” …

“Four years is enough to basically conclude that the direction we’re going in isn’t working. And too much of the American public isn’t working for us to continue on this course.”

The 380-city issue advocacy tour recently kicked off in Florida and continues through October. See more about Americans For Prosperity-New Mexico at fightbacknewmexico.com, FailingAgenda.com or on Facebook.