Rep. Sanchez Talks Up Stimulus and Healthcare Reform at Santa Ana Technology Company

Rep. Loretta Sanchez took a tour of one of Santa Ana’s fastest growing techology company’s this afternoon and spoke with employees about the economic stimulus and healthcare reform. The hour long tour, talk and Q&A with the employees of Tenacore, a fast growing medical devices company on Edinger, took place this afternoon.

After an introduction, Sanchez discussed the Stimulus Program passed by Congress and likened it to repairs to a car that hadn’t been started in a year.  The stimulus would help restart the car that is the nation’s economy but it was gong to take a little time before the economy is running the way it was before the Great Recession. 

Sanchez believed that Orange County’s economy and companies like Tenacore would help this area bounce back even faster.  Tenacore is led by Peter Bonin and Brand Caso.  The company has 120 employees.

  5 comments for “Rep. Sanchez Talks Up Stimulus and Healthcare Reform at Santa Ana Technology Company

  1. Slatemag
    August 6, 2010 at 9:14 pm

    Should we wait or waste another 2 years of air-headed Sanchez so the stimulus will work? Today the unemployment rate stands still at 9.5 % and there is no sign of recovery. It is even painful for Democrats to retract a lie about how many jobs were created in June. It was much less than when they cooked the numbers last time. For Sanchez to drum up the stimulus bill effect, it shows how clueless she is. It is time to send her packing in November. Vote her out! The sooner the better.

  2. August 6, 2010 at 10:33 pm

    Impeach Obama –reinstate Glass-Steagall – outlaw derivatives – send more STIMULUS money to schools – (no stimulus money to cover derivative losses).

    Obama backed Colorado Senator Michael Bennet lost $115 million in a derivatives bet when he was Superintendent of the Denver Public Schools in 2008. Bill Clinton is backing Andrew Romanoff in the Democrat Primary, > Daily Report >Friday Late Night Report Aug 6th. (Halfway through the 4:29 minute video).
    The above link gives details on the derivatives bet. Superintendent and now Senator Michael Bennet had some financial expertise; he handled investments and structured financial deals for the Anschultz Investment Company.
    The above link points to an article about the Denver Public Schools getting $54.9 Million in 2009-10 STIMULUS money.

    Why is Obama backing Bennet?
    Why isn’t Obama staying out of this Democratic Party Primary contest?
    Denver Public Schools got $54.9 million – how many school districts got zero STIMULUS money?
    Is Obama a Wall Street Whore?

  3. August 7, 2010 at 6:05 am

    OC people have had enough!!

    We don’t want to hear Democrat’s untruth anymore!!

    Sanchez again? NO thanks!!

    I would like to vote Van Tran this time. I think that he is the most qualified candidate to represent this diverse congressional district. He works so hard and really listens to the people who live in OC.

    During this tough time we need a person in Congress who will truly fight for JOBS , businesses, working families while oppose increasing taxes and argue against wasteful government spending.

    Unseat FAILED Loretta Sanchez!!

    Locals support Van Tran!!

  4. August 7, 2010 at 4:24 pm

    Van Tran has no record of legislative accomplishment and tried to interfere with a drubk driving arrest last August.

  5. August 7, 2010 at 7:34 pm

    We’re gonna ask DEMs, where is the job?


    Just take a look at what Democrat’s Party do. Those people fight only for partisanship, special interests and their own political career. Let us call upon DEMs, STOP playing politics!!

    By the way, Loretta, don’t forget to bring your sister, Linda, back home!!

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