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Marco Rubio Campaigning for Tea Party Candidate in Indiana

tynar Wrote: Jun 04, 2012 12:43 PM
He's not eligible to be VP, Both of his parents were not naturalized citizens when he was born in the USA ! He's got to prove that he's against any kind of amnesty for illegal-aliens, is against any kind of so-called DREAM Act which would lead to another mass-amnesty ! Because James from Florida says that when Rubio was the Speaker of the Florida State House he blocked every single anti-illegal-alien bill that was submitted for review-debate-voting ! Not 1 of those anti-illegal-alien bills ever made it to the FL-House-floor to even be heard, because Rubio as FL-House Speaker wouldn't let it happen !
tynar Wrote: Jun 04, 2012 1:40 PM
Are you always so sure of yourself, when you're so wrong ?

The fact that we're all so up in arms over Obama having scammed us, will bring up the eligibility ? for all future VP, Pres candidates !

And if they're not fully eligible and they manage to skate on by it would still hurt the campaigns chances of winning alot,

Unless they were actually-factually eligible according to the USC !
Nana82 Wrote: Jun 04, 2012 1:27 PM

That doesn't fly anymore.

BHO isn't legal is any sense of the word.

Florida Senator Marco Rubio is in Indiana today campaigning and fundraising for Tea Party backed Senate candidate Richard Mourdock, who beat out long time Republican Senator Richard Lugar in a heated primary race last month. Mourdock has received endorsements from former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin and conservative Michelle Malkin. Mourdock winning the general election is crucial to Republican efforts to flip the Senate in November.