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TunTavern Wrote: Feb 16, 2013 1:51 AM
All one has to do is scroll through the comments here and you'll see that the left won't destroy Rubio. It will be the right that does that. Just read the comments from the far right. They're going to do to Rubio exactly what they did to Mitt---beat him so far down that the democrat merely has to shovel the dirt on the already dead corpse. Main event in 2016: Rand Paul Vs. Marco Rubio. Winner=Joe Biden
spectator2 Wrote: Feb 16, 2013 12:34 PM
Well, it would RIGHT for the right to discredit Rubio. You have blinders on. I'll add to the comments I have already made about the guy and his past. It has been reported --on the Daily Caller -- with quotes -- that Marco Rubio is now blasting NumbersUSA and the Center for Immigration Studies, two fine organizations with unassailable reputations which are fighting illegal immigration and is making scurrilous charges against them. Even John McCain nor even Obama would have taken this ill-advised and completely anti-American move. Only the most RINO among you could possibly approve of this. Don't tell me the Daily Caller is liberal. If they speak the truth, which TowhHall has not yet chosen to do, then it bears listening to.
spectator2 Wrote: Feb 16, 2013 12:38 PM
Incidently, Tun, I am not a far right loonie. I fully supported Romney and contributed to his campaign gladly -- BECAUSE unlike Rubio, Romney stood up for the American people on illegal immigration and suggested self-deportation via E-Verify. Rubio actually sabotaged the campaign by trotting out talk of a DREAM Act, which PRECIPITATED Obama's unconstitutional move to grant deferred amnesty to DREAMers, to beat Rubio back. Great move, Marco.
MudontheTires Wrote: Feb 16, 2013 2:37 AM
Sure. Biden, the guy who tells someone in a wheelchair to "stand up".

It's not unusual for the liberal media to mock the views of conservatives. However, this is just getting ridiculous.

During Marco Rubio's response to President Obama's recent State of the Union, he made the apparently fatal mistake of taking a sip of water.

Being called the new "Watergate," liberal media immediately jumped on the opportunity to mock this rising star in the the Republican party.