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Rubio's Time Will Come

2012Conservative Wrote: Jun 28, 2012 9:48 PM
I would be concerned about the media turning on a "super star." Rubio already said things about his family and Cuba that were not entirely true (he implied they left under Castro -- they left years before that). It is not as bad as Biden or Obama stuff -- but the media is not very fair (so the GOP has a higher standard to uphold). No matter who is picked, the person will be slammed. However, I'd rather go with a George H.W. Bush type pick rather than a Quayle/Agnew/Palin.

"Rubio, Rubio, Rubio."

You hear the chants all across the country. On talk shows, on cable TV, on blogs and in op-ed columns, everyone with a conservative bone in his body is urging presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney to choose the smart and dashing Marco Rubio as his vice president.

The conservative crowd's clamor for Rubio is beginning to worry me. It could backfire. For one thing, it's setting up Romney for a disaster.

If he doesn't choose Rubio -- and I would agree with that decision -- it's going to disappoint a lot of Republican voters who think Rubio is...