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Joe Scarborough: Marco Rubio “Is Not Ready to be President”

katepatate Wrote: Apr 26, 2012 9:06 PM
Marco Rubio's credentials are vastly better than Obama's were and I don't remember Scarborough, the castrated Republican, say anything like he has about Rubio. If given Obama or Rubio as candidates I would vote for Rubio. He is not unAmerican and has common sense, something greatly needed in Washington.
James165 Wrote: Apr 26, 2012 9:25 PM
I would disagree with you there. As many times as Rubio has been introducing DREAM Acts and generally shilling for illegal aliens, starting with Florida and now at the national level, I don't trust him. This is not guy who has just "voted for' something, or "supported" something. He's been at the forefront, relentlessly so. He's Jeb Bush's puppet, and they have been on a mission for amnesty for as long as I can remember. To me, anyone who so advocates for illegals against U.S. citizens is decidedly un-American.
James165 Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 7:50 AM
Go do your homework, lemming. Or is it that Marco just gives you a "thrill up the leg" and you can't stand to know the truth?
Dreadnaught011 Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 5:33 PM

To me that might be a redeeming quality in rubio,

However; keep this on a realistic level. IS Rubio a vice presidential contender? WHY? He made some cool speeches?

Not THAT cool! Anything else? NOT MUCH.

Although MSNBC host Joe Scarborough seems to be convinced he lit himself “on fire politically” this morning, he’s certainly said much worse. Via The Hill:

Of course, as Scarborough notes, Marco Rubio has stated publicly time and again that he has no desire to be Vice President of the United States. In fact, he’s denied rumors that he wants to be Mitt Romney’s running mate so many times that I’m actually starting to believe him. The Florida lawmaker, after all, is only in his first term in the upper chamber of...