Americans for Prosperity to greet President Obama in Madison
This ought to be a fun time. Americans for Prosperity is changing the route of their “Obama’s Failing Agenda” bus tour to greet the president when he visits Madison on Thursday. From the press release:
Madison—President Barack Obama is bringing his campaign to Madison Thursday, and Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin will be there to meet the president face-to-face in order to bring our message directly to him about the dangers of his failing agenda.
To help educate citizens, Americans for Prosperity is bringing their national “Obama’s Failing Agenda” bus tour to Madison Thursday during the president’s visit.
“The president is coming to Wisconsin touting a failing agenda that his friends in Washington like Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin have forced on the American people,” said AFP-Wisconsin State Director Luke Hilgemann. “The result of this agenda has stifled growth, sent jobs overseas, and saddled future generations with skyrocketing debt.”
Promises of hope and change have resulted in $500 billion in new taxes, four straight years of trillion dollar deficits, $16 trillion in debt and 23 million Americans in the unemployment line.
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin has promoted a pro-growth agenda in Wisconsin that has resulted in record-low tax rates, thousands of new jobs, and a projected budget surplus in the Dairy State.
“In Wisconsin, we’ve already seen what happens when you make the tough decisions and embrace bold, economically free reforms,” said Hilgemann. “We look forward to sharing our Wisconsin success story with the president.”
AFP President Tim Phillips, AFP-Wisconsin State Director Luke Hilgemann and other grassroots activists will be on hand to talk about the president’s failing agenda and promote common sense, free market principles that have helped grow Wisconsin’s economy and get our state back on track.
This coming weekend is also the Americans for Prosperity “Freedom Fest 2012” at the Kalahari Resort in the Wisconsin Dells. Speakers include: NRA President David Keene, Senator Ron Johnson, Dr. Deer James Kroll, DNR Secretary Cathy Stepp and Madison Talk Radio Host Vicki McKenna, with a free concert by Country Star Lorrie Morgan, The Roys and the Jerry Schmitt Band.