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Marco Rubio’s Must-Read Autobiography

James165 Wrote: Jul 05, 2012 7:59 AM
Ted, before you accuse anyone else of being stupid, why don't you do a little research yourself? Or is that too much to ask? He's a smooth talker like Obama and you have drunk the KoolAid. Go to FLIMEN (Floridians for Immigration Enforcement) Archive Section for 2008. This tells of Rubio's nasty betrayal of Floridians who were trying to get some reasonable legislation passed to save our state from turning into another California. And this is only the start. Rubio has done things like this repeatedly. Wake up and use your brain for a moment and stop listeing to the RINOs (Jeb Bush is his mentor) who want to pass this guy off as a "conservative". My foot! He's for illegals and against Americans. Prove otherwise (with ACTIONS,...

Editor's Note: This column was authored by Townhall Editorial Intern, Kyle Bonnell.

Marco Rubio has established himself as one of the country’s most articulate and engaging conservative leaders. Whether delivering a rousing speech at CPAC, debating John Kerry on the Senate floor, or going toe-to-toe with Jon Stewart on The Daily Show, Rubio has always spoken the conservative message in compelling fashion. As it turns out, the Senator is every bit as compelling as an author. Marco Rubio: An American Son is a must-read look at the experiences that shaped one of America’s most promising young leaders.

Few will be surprised...