Rubio: Political Process Has ‘Not Solved One Single Major Issue’ in Last 4 years

By Edwin Mora
May 24, 2012

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( -- Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) said the political process in place during the last three to four years has failed to solve any of the major issues facing the nation, in remarks on Wednesday at the Latino Coalition Small Business Summit, hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C.

"The exact same issues we were facing two years ago, we still face today. This nation and this political process has not solved one single major issue in the last three-and-a-half to four years," said Rubio. "In fact, it's been incapable of even passing a budget. The single largest organization in the world, a $3.8 trillion endeavor called the United States federal government has not had a budget in almost four years."
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Pictures of America's Medicare Mess

Earlier this month, President Barack Obama sat down with world leaders at the G8 summit and bragged about his track record of supposed good governance -- how he has worked to "bring down our deficits and debt over the longer term" and made "room to take a balanced approach to reducing our deficit and debt." There are plenty of ways to shoot holes in the president's pronouncement, but there is one glaring example of where he has come up far short -- failing to address America's growing Medicare crisis.

In "Medicare at Risk: Visualizing the Need for Reform," Heritage's Kathryn Nix and John Fleming illustrate the facts about Medicare and why Washington must come to the rescue with innovative solutions to preserve the program today and into the future.


The next meeting of the Brevard Republican Executive Committee
will be
June 14, 2012 at: 

Temple Israel,
7350 Lake Andrew Drive,
Melbourne, FL 32940-6613

(321) 631-9494

Social and Sign In - 6:30pm
Meeting Begins Promptly at 7:00pm


Keep in mind that 3 unexcused absences can result in your removal from the Committee.  If you cannot make this meeting please contact Barbara Davis by email or leave a message at Headquarters, 321-254-0073.


Chair, BREC
2825 Business Center Blvd.
Wickham Business Park,
Suite A4
Melbourne, FL 32940   
(321) 254-0073  
Fax: (321) 254-0083


$25 per person

No children under 15 years of age due to safety

Entertainment provided by: Tropical Yuppies

Guns Provided: .22 cal, 308, 9mm, 50 cal

Enjoy shooting suppressed weapons and sniper riffles


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Firearms, Fun & Food

Enjoy Shooting Specialty Weapons

& Top Shot Competition

Saturday, June 16th, 12 pm –4pm

West end of Timbers West Blvd., Rockledge, FL




June 6 – Brevard Federated Republican Women meeting, Holiday Inn, Viera, 11 am. 

June 7 –  Heritage Isle Republican Club meeting, Viera, 7 pm. 

June 12 –   ACT! Space Coast Florida meeting, Viera Government Complex, 6:30 pm 

June 14 –   BREC meeting, Temple Israel, Viera, 6:30 pm. 

June 18 –   New Millennium Conservative Club meeting, Suntree/Viera Library, 6:30 pm.

June 19–    North Brevard Republican Club meeting, La Cita Country Club, Titusville, 7 pm. 

June 21 –   Republican Women’s Network of South Brevard meeting, Eau Gallie Yacht Club, 11 am. 

June 21 –   Brevard Republican Men’s Club meeting, Duran Golf Club, Viera, 7 pm. 

June 26 –   Space Coast Florida Republican Winners Club meeting, Olive Garden, Merritt Island, 11 am. 

June 28 –   Ronald Reagan Clubs meeting, Jimmie’s Restaurant, Rockledge, 7 pm.