Congress Walk for Truth Day 2 in Homestead, Florida

Categories: Campaign Blog Archive from 2012 run for Congress

A real Hometown Barber Shop of John Thorpe

A real Hometown Barber Shop of John Thorpe

I began my Congress Walking Crus-Wiggins Petition Drive Wednesday from my close friend’s Barber Shop on US 1 close to 288th Street in Homestead. I have been going to John now for almost three years getting a haircut in his friendly Old Fashioned Barber Shop. He is a man of faith who really works hard to earn your business on a repeat basis and offers over 30 years of experience. His prices cannot be beat so stop by and give him a try and tell him Congress Walking Cruz-Wiggins sent you.

 

Brother John Thorpe defender of Truth

Brother John Thorpe defender of Truth

Jose Pastor, Owner of Xtra Locksmith

Jose Pastor, Owner of Xtra Locksmith

Before we started my walk, John and I went down to have lunch at local restaurant and I met Jose Pastor who is the owner of Xtra Locksmith. We spoke about sending every day ordinary American’s to Washington because they are connected to the people’s true feelings. He agreed that Career Politicians need to be sent home from Washington and wished me the best in my campaign. Jose can help you with any lock needs at 305-460-2300. Tell him Congress Walking Crus-Wiggins sent you!

IHOP's sign inside- An American Family Tradition

IHOP's sign inside- An American Family Tradition

About two miles into my walk I came across an International House of Pancakes and went inside to ask for a glass of water. They were nice enough to give me a giant glass of ice water and I noticed a sign that was faded but I thought we be nice to add to the BLOG site. I have to agree with the sign. IHOP is truly an “American Family Tradition.”

My Walk for Truth will begin today at Moody Drive and US 1 sometime before 12 Noon. Give me honk or a wave and may God Bless America. TJCW

 

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