If Marco Rubio really wanted to deny Trump a win in Florida, he would step aside and endorse his Senate colleague Ted Cruz, who could mount an effective mano y mano challenge against Trump, and doesn’t suffer from the stench of constant defeat.Read more ›
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As the traditional party of free enterprise, it only makes sense to measure Republican presidential candidates like any other business. If each candidate’s campaign were a business, they would likely employ an analysis to determine their strengths, weaknesses opportunities and threats (SWOT).Read more ›
Doubts about Marco Rubio began in 2013, when he joined with seven other senators (three other Republicans and four liberal Democrats) to form the “Gang of Eight,” who crafted immigration reform legislation that would grant amnesty to illegal immigrants.Read more ›
Like many conservatives, I once thought Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) was a solid, reliable conservative. Then he joined with the so-called “Gang of 8” in crafting a sellout amnesty proposal that Rubio and some others still claim isn’t amnesty even though it clearly is. Now his liberal illegal immigration record in the Florida legislature is coming to light, and some things are suddenly becoming more clear.Read more ›
In 2010 Rubio said we can’t give amnesty to the people who violated our borders and broke our laws because it wouldn’t be fair to those immigrants who have gone by the rules and done things lawfully. Rubio even went to the point of stating, “Earned path to citizenship is basically code for ‘amnesty.” Why does Rubio now disagree with himself?Read more ›