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Bush and Delgaudio Meet

January 23, 2006

>>> RIGHT TO LIFE MARCH TODAY, JAN. 23

I will be there. And and at least 100,000 of my close friends. I hope to
see you there if you go.

>>>"Senator" MICK STATON UP TO YOU JAN. 31

Please mark your calendar for the special election. Please vote for the
Republican nominee, Mick Staton, nominated at a widely reported
Republican primary with over 3,000 voters. The polling places will be at
each local polling place like the regular election from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
on Tuesday, January 31.

>>>SURPRISE: PRESIDENT BUSH VISITS STERLING

Last Thursday, the President visited Sterling. As reported in Sunday's
Post, the White House decided to come to Sterling on short notice and
visit JKJ Moving. I got the first call from the White House on Tuesday
morning after my speech thanking all of Sterling for showing "The
Republicans are back" with Mick Staton's win. I thought the President
was responding to this Staton victory (ha ha) The seating was extremely
limited and only 500 people were invited-- mostly by the company
organizing it and the local Chamber of Commerce.

Article about the visit
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/01/20/AR2006012002171_2.html?referrer=email

>>> Up Close: Delgaudio Thanks Bush for Alito Nomination
http://publicadvocateusa.org/news/article.php?article=1581

>>> PHOTOS:DELGAUDIO WITH PRESIDENT BUSH
http://publicadvocateusa.org/photogallery/gallery.php?id=139

>>>> PUPPETS HELP BUILD PARK
>>>> Saturday, January 28, 2006
>>>> 11 A.M. ONE SHOW ONLY

The Sully Elementary School PTO is proud to present Circus on Strings,
performed by Susan Wall's Carousel Puppets on Saturday, January 28th,
2006 at 11:00am.

The proceeds from this performance will go toward Discovery Park, the
new Science Park & Playground at Sully Elementary School. FREE finger
puppets for all children. And some lucky winners will win a FREE
marionette!

The admission price is $8 per person at the door. Children under 2 are
admitted free. This event is open to the general public.

Come see variety under the big top, featuring large and colorful
marionettes performing to a wide range of music. The performance opens
with a demonstration of how marionettes work and then it's on with the
show. You'll see juggling clowns, a dancing ballerina, a cat on a
trapeze, and many more circus acts to delight and enthrall. Snacks and
drinks will be available for sale. The playground will be available to
all members of the community.

>>> 7 Year Old Sterling Boy Featured on TV NEWS

We ALL have to thank the efforts of a 7 year old boy in Sully Elementary
teacher Mrs. Ball's first grade class for TV coverage of Sterling in a
favorable light.

http://wusa9.com/news/news_article.aspx?storyid=45768

>>> Delegate Tom Rust Reports

Delegate Rust wrote me and told me that the bill to severely restrict
ballfield use in Virginia probably has little chance of passing. He is
not supporting it either.

The bill HB1368, introduced by Del. Bob Hull, and entitled the "Home
Serenity and Tranquility Act," would prohibit the use of athletic
fields before 8 am or after six p.m. and restrict use on Sundays as
well. It is bottled up in a Committee.

>>> Pat McSweeney Says "Government Causes Sprawl"

Former GOP Chairman Mc Sweeney says "Contrary to popular wisdom, the
persistence of congestion is not caused by excesses of the market. The
major culprit is unwise government policy. (Gov.) Kaine proposes more
government when the solution is surely just the opposite."

>>> STERLING HAS A GOLF CLUB IN THE WINTER!

Chili Cookoff // January 28th 2006
Open Dart Tournament // January 29th 2006
Super Bowl Party // February 5th 2006
http://www.sterlinggolfclub.com/

>>> SENATOR KEN CUCCINELLI REPORTS
>>> POISSON AND CAPUTO VOTE FOR GAY MARRIAGE

Senator Cuccinelli told me "the House of Delegates, in a lopsided 73-22
vote, (passed) the Constitutional Amendment protecting traditional
marriage in Virginia... Once approved by the Senate, this measure will
go to the voters for their approval in November. But in a stunning
display of what Virginia would be in for if the Dems got control of the
House back, all 5 new Democrat delegates from Northern Virginia voted
against traditional marriage. Freshman Delegates Bulova, Marsden,
Caputo, Poisson, and Englin joined fellow Northern Virginia Democrats
Amundson, Moran, Plum, Sickles, Eisenberg and Ebbin in voting "No" on
protecting marriage between a man and a woman. This means that fully ½
of the "No" votes came out of Northern Virginia." (Unquote).

>>>FREE TRIP TO RICHMOND TUESDAY
>>>FREE FOOD VIP GUESTS

You have "won" an all expense paid round trip to historic Richmond, with
2 meals including a meeting with Delegates Jack Reid (Reid has 7 bills
on immigration reform), Albo, and Frederick. To claim your seat call Bob
at 703-242-1219. While you are enjoying this trip, please help Lobby for
New Legislation Addressing Illegal Immigration on Tuesday, January 24,
2006. Your trip is on a bus and leaves Tuesday 6:15 AM from nearby
Herndon, and departs Richmond by 3:30 PM.

>>> CALLIE ASKS FOR HELP FOR MICK

Callie says "We can not keep this seat without volunteers. Could you
please give Mick any time you have during the next two weeks? There is
much to be done and many hands make lighter work. Call our office at
(703) 406-1721 to help to carry Mick Staton to victory."

>>> SULLY PTO WILL FEED YOU FOR $5 on Feb. 10

The Sully Elementary School PTO will be holding its annual Silent
Auction and Dance on Friday, February 10, 2006. The Sully teachers will
also be preparing a delicious spaghetti dinner prior to the auction
starting at 5:30. (Adults $5; Children $3). Dancing starts at 6:00 with
a $1 admission. Admission to the auction is free.

>>> FREE VIDEO OF NATIONAL NEWS CONFERENCE

C-SPAN is providing a free video download of my news conference
supporting Judge Sam Alito to the U.S. Supreme court entitled "Public
Advocate of the U.S. on Samuel Alito Nomination"
Get the tape free at

http://www.c-span.org/Search/basic.asp?ResultStart=1&ResultCount=10&BasicQueryText=Public+Advocate

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