Candidate Marco Rubio Tries To Hide His Support For Trans-Pacific Trade Deal…

Ted Cruz isn’t the only presidential candidate trying to hide his support of the globalist trade deal known as TPP.   Marco Rubio is trying a similar approach at avoidance.

It would appear that both Rubio and Cruz have recognized that not only is TPP unpopular, but their support for TPP has the potential to expose their hidden alignments with Wall Street globalists. 

This election will be won/lost around this issue – watch.

Marco Rubio - enters race( Via Breitbart ) Marco Rubio declared the Trans-Pacific Partnership to be one of three essential “pillars” of a Rubio Presidency—is now taking issue with a Wall Street Journal news report that lists Rubio as supporting the unpopular Obamatrade pact he voted to fast-track.

The Wall Street Journal article observed that: “Still backing the trade legislation are the party’s establishment wing candidates: Sen. Marco Rubio and former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida and Govs. John Kasich of Ohio and Chris Christie of New Jersey.”

Indeed, it was in the very pages of the Wall Street Journal that on April 29th Rubio wrote: “We must rebuild our own military capabilities, conclude and pass TPP, and renew our support for freedom and the rule of law in Asia.”

Then, on May 13th, Rubio declared: “It is more important than ever that Congress give the president [Barack Obama] trade promotion authority so that he can finalize the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Moreover, Rubio cast a vote for the final passage of the Trade Promotion Authority—also known as fast-track—all but guaranteeing formation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, as no deal placed on a fast-track has ever been blocked. That is because fast-track eliminates all amendments, eliminates the filibuster and treaty vote, and authorizes the President to finalize and sign the agreement. As Obamatrade opponent Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) wrote:

“A vote for fast-track is a vote to authorize the President to ink the secret deal contained in these pages—to affix his name on the Union and to therefore enter the United States into it.”

But after the Wall Street Journal listed Rubio as supporting the pact, a new paragraph suddenly appeared at the end of the piece stating that “Mr. Rubio’s spokesman said that although he backed the bill granting Mr. Obama fast-track trade authority this summer, he has not decided whether to support TPP legislation.

Contrary to the spokesman’s statement, however, Rubio has explicitly articulated his support for TPP. In his April op-ed, Rubio affixed his name to an editorial declaring that we “must… pass TPP.”

Rubio wrote:

“The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), discussed between President Obama and Prime Minister Abe this week, will further our strategic goals in Asia and increase prosperity at home. It will advance economic liberty and unleash free-market forces in the world’s most dynamic region… We must rebuild our own military capabilities, conclude and pass TPP, and renew our support for freedom and the rule of law in Asia. Too often over the past six years, U.S. leaders have spoken of their attention to Asia but failed to back up the rhetoric with action.”

Similarly, in an address to the Council on Foreign Relations in May of this year, Rubio described TPP as the “second pillar” of his three-pillar foreign policy strategy.  (read more)

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118 Responses to Candidate Marco Rubio Tries To Hide His Support For Trans-Pacific Trade Deal…

  1. Ray Caruso says:

    Marco Rubio missed his calling as the sleaziest used car salesman in Miami, but if we all help perhaps it’s not too late.

    Liked by 21 people

  2. Raffaella says:

    Trump needs debate prep for future debates. Last night, at every opportunity he should have emphasized that majority of candidates on stage supported TPP and amnesty.

    Liked by 11 people

    • flyanddive says:

      He has to be careful too, remember, this is the republican primary. The right is easily offended by the darnedest things. He will be free to unleash hell in the general election.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Sentient says:

        They define “conservative” as favoring open borders, ceding our sovereignty to int’l authorities via TPP and never-ending (and dumb) military interventions. When they say “Trump’s not a conservative” it’s the equivalent of shouting “squirrel!” (in the movie “Up”).

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      • 2x4x8 says:

        Trump is leading polls, he is into looking Presidential, not sure if he is ready for war on TPP, because that is what it will take to defeat it, Hillary already said she was grudgingly against it as is Bernie

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    • JoeS says:

      Scientific Poll finds Trump won the debate, especially amongst Republican primary voters:
      http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2015/11/11/donald-trump-marco-rubio-won-gop-debate-poll-finds/

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    • Pentheus says:

      I hope Trump has his people digging through all 5000+ pages (3x as long as the Bible) so that he can denounce it publicly and specifically.

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    • Fixing the immigration problem, legal and illegal, is foundational to all other problems. Trump won last night’s debate because his message, “America first,” was the one that most spoke to Americans and was the most memorable. You couldn’t miss it because Trump delivered a version of “America first” each and every time he spoke. Even NBC commentators “got” the Trump “America first” message. For the life of me, I was unable to take away from the debate a solid message from the other candidates nor can I quote what they said off the top of my head. In fact some of them spoke gibberish (Bush & Kasich) and the others “blah, blah, blah.” Trump won and as delightful as a well placed zing may be, zings don’t win hearts and minds. Like Cruz said a political debate is “not a cage fight.” wink

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        Yep. Some like to hit Trump for not being more detailed. However, it’s what one remembers AFTER and what STICKS that counts. I agree. There is little I can recall that anyone else said. Other than Cruz’s ‘if journalists were illegally coming over the border’ direct hit.

        Otherwise, it’s Trump’s Pro-American’s 1st which resonated. While I don’t recall every 90 second time at bat word for word, I’d walk away w/ a very clear message, even if it was the first time I tuned in to hear him.

        I’d also recall that twice he stood up for those being interrupted: Jeb & Rand by Kasich & Fiorina respectively. The latter would have lost points, even if I agreed w/ the content of their message, simply based on rudeness.

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      • NJF says:

        ICA. Immigration is something that effects every facet of American life. I sat down my 14 yo son today & made him watch the “Rivkin Project” video.

        as for the zingers. Ive noticed that the 2 he delivered are roundly criticized (MSM) and the pundits keep saying “he was booed 2x”

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    • Jeane Bell says:

      Raffaela-Trump did not need to “sell ” himself per the debate last night. Others did. He would have had to “butt in and shout down” other candidates to get his points across. He raised his hand to speak and was ignored on several occasions. Others on the stage were very rude and just jumped in.
      I am quite sure there is debate prep going on. Fear not!

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  3. JoeS says:

    It is a big game. TPA was necessary to get the deal done so that FEWER Senators and Congressmen would have dirty hands on the deal. They are playing us. The same approach worked with the Iran deal. Rubio and Cruz will vote against it while they basically made it happened.

    I am sure they are negotiating as too who has a safe district or who is not up for re-election in 2016, so they can decide who has to own it and who does not. I even wonder if part of the recent budget deal was negotiated with the Dems so that they could get some of them to vote for this deal the second time around and relieve some of the burden on the GOP. Some seats are just safe period.

    This is disgusting.

    This needs to be voted down now.

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    • truthandjustice says:

      Yes, an evil game going on for many decades. They got it all perfected by passing all the laws/rules they needed to keep them in power and get their way as long as they can get away with it. No term limits, etc.
      They know how many votes a bill will get and then figure who is “safe” to vote for it, when in truth he is against it, etc. – so they get re-elected. So actually, you can’t even go by their voting records that much. How many were “show votes”?
      It’s just that they’ve been able to get away with it until the evil reign of Obama when so many got frightened and using the internet could find the hard truths.
      The good news is they can’t hide it that well anymore and there is a growing number that have caught on. Hope and pray they are enough to get the only one that can rebuild, restore before it’s too late…….Trump.

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    • Beeblebrox says:

      Cruz made TPP happen?? Hyperbole much?

      Cruz has been one of the few fighting hard against it ever since McConnell made him promises that he didn’t keep. Cruz has been to TPP of late what Trump has been to amnesty of late.

      Just because you are a fan of Trump doesn’t mean you yeah neede to tear down the single most authentic conservative running. Trump is not as weak of a candidate as you make him out to be. He can hold his own without his supporters slandering Cruz.

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      • justfactsplz says:

        I encourage you to use the search bar at the right of this site and read the investigative research done here on Cruz. Many of us were Cruz supporters before we discovered more about him. The truth has no agenda. Telling the truth is not slander.

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      • amjean says:

        I think Trump is a smart and strong candidate who will
        do right by the country.

        I think Cruz will not; he is bought and paid for by the
        globalists. Cruz would not walk one illegal back to
        Mexico. Cruz voted for the Corker bill (Iran deal)
        and Cruz voted for TPA which changed the majority
        rules for TPP (the trade bill which will decimate the
        middle class and cost thousands of jobs in the US).

        Cruz likes to talk; Trump likes to get things done.

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      • JoeS says:

        I was a Cruz supporter right up to the point that he voted for TPA. I felt that he betrayed my trust. At BEST, what he did was IRRESPONSIBLE. Knowing what Cruz knew about Obama through his signature legislation which is Obamacare, how could he give Obama the opportunity to impact the country in an even worse way?

        I feel that I cannot trust his motives. But even if I COULD trust his motives, I cannot trust his JUDGEMENT.

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  4. hocuspocus13 says:

    …and why is it an issue?

    Trump

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  5. Angry Dumbo says:

    We like the outsiders because we cannot trust the insiders. We will not be betrayed yet again.

    Liked by 4 people

  6. Steve in Greensboro says:

    Rubio wants us to “…renew our support for freedom and the rule of law in Asia….”

    Americans, British and even French have “supported freedom and the rule of law in Asia” going back to the 18th century and before without much success.

    The problem with that idea is that Asians generally are opposed to freedom and the rule of law (unless you are talking about sharia).

    Both factions of the Uniparty are addicted to Middle Eastern war. Rubio is “talking his donors book”.

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    • billinlv says:

      I wonder how Rubio and the rest of the “oath takers” who inhabit the viper pit that is Washington DC feel about supporting freedom and the rule of law right here in FUSA? How can any self respecting, clear thinking, morally courageous elected official look in the mirror after voting for any Obama initiative, not to mention one that is top secret and locked in the basement? Rubio fooled a lot of people to get elected to the Senate….and fraud is scalable, right Hussein?

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    • Ono says:

      The largest population of Muslims in a country is Indonesia. Our fearless leader Barry was raised in Jakarta; hmmm. The largest area of Muslims is China/Pacific.

      http://www.pewforum.org/files/2009/10/Muslimpopulation.pdf

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    • phil fan says:

      Actually I think Rubes is referring to China when he says “Asia”. When pols talk about the Middle East they name individual countries or say ‘the ME’ not ‘Asia’. Rubio may be sending a message to China here that “Don’t get too crazy with your neighbors. Be good and I’ll get you into the TPP”. This for our comsumption. They already have this understanding so this is for us.

      My guess

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    • The Jackalope's Voice says:

      Glad you caught that Asia bs too. But my thought was how about supporting the rule of law in our own nation first? Proof positive Rubio is simply reading a script, an actor mouthing words he clearly doesn’t comprehend.

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  7. sundance says:

    Marco Rubio:

    …… But the credit card mess will seem like a walk in the park after your opponents—whether on the GOP side or Mrs. Clinton’s scorched-earth operatives—get to the case of your cocaine trafficking brother-in-law, Orlando Cicilia.

    Cicilia did his time and has stayed out of trouble, remaining a treasured member of your family, but that doesn’t matter. Life is unfair. Somebody will drag it up and hang it around your neck.

    For the media, it’s an irresistible story: Cicilia’s close association with cocaine kingpin Mario Tabraue—supposedly the model for Al Pacino’s Tony Montana in “Scarface”—and the disappearance of courthouse records when a Florida investigative reporter started looking into your connection to Cicilia”….

    http://www.judicialwatch.org/bulletins/memo-to-marco-it-aint-the-crime-its-the-cover-up/

    Also:…

    …..”Senator Marco Rubio has given us quite a bit of information about his family over these last three years. During the 2009 U.S. Senate campaign he showed the world that he was proud of the way that his parents raised him and his siblings.

    However, Univision Investiga found out that Rubio’s older sister, Barbara, was part of one of the largest anti-narcotics operations in South Florida for that year.

    According to Florida’s public records, federal prosecutors in Miami took the home where Barbara Rubio lived with her husband Orlando Cicilia. Prosecutors suspected that the house was violating state drug laws. Another building that the couple had owned, which is now an office building, was taken by the prosecutors for the same reason”…..

    http://politicianscandal.com/718/marco-rubio-scandal-narcotics-in-south-florida#sthash.X7tcByhN.dpuf

    Karl Rove knows all of this stuff. The DOJ knows all of this stuff. The White House knows all of this stuff. HRC knows all of this stuff….

    Use Rubio to get rid of Trump and all of “this stuff” mysteriously begins to surface. By design.

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    • Racine Thyme says:

      Holy Moly.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Raffaella says:

      Wow. It is about time Rubio, Carson and others get seriously vetted. But we all know it will not happen until (if) Trump is forced out.

      Liked by 1 person

    • TheFightingMan says:

      My ignorance is on full display here, but I have to ask, ‘why did Mena, AR, not touch Hill ‘n’ Bill?’ If HRC has the temerity to attempt a smear of Rubio with his felonious drug-dealer family, why would Rubio not hit back? There’s enough dirt in ‘them thar Arkie hills’ to do HRC’s ambitions lethal harm. Also, the drugs associations of the Bush clan are pretty pervasive, too. These E candidates are more crooked than snakes with colic. I hope they turn on each other and tear eah other to pieces with the dirt. Trump 2016!

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      • Information info;
        info = Media.Cover(Mena);
        if (info.Equals(null)) {
        Print(“Granny Mao Beats Kid Rubio!”);
        }

        The media asymmetry pleases Pantsuit Podesta. Seriously, I have followed the Hill-n-Bill scandals, including Mena, since the beginning. They will have ZERO traction. Sadly.

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        • flawesttexas says:

          Also…a lot of the GOP Media refused to cover Mena and the other Clinton atrocities…Fox News covered Monica Lewinsky but not Vince Foster, for example

          The same w GOP Media on Obama Eligibility…many GOP Media covered for Obama by attacking anyone mentioning eligibility

          Sundance is totally correct that HRC will use Rubio fam drug trafficking connections against him…if he is GOP nom

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    • JoeS says:

      WOWWWW!

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    • jello333 says:

      I think going after a candidate over a family member who has been a drug user/addict at some point is unfair. But a “trafficker”? Especially if he had a “close association with a cocaine kingpin”? WOW. Absolutely FAIR to ask a candidate about that.

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  8. TRONGOD2000 says:

    I don’t like this discussion very much. I’m reading people saying they are against the trade pact but does anyone REALLY know what’s in it? I’d feel much more comfortable discussing pros and cons if I knew what they were. Does anyone know where we can go to read the thousands of pages?

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    • beaujest says:

      If Obama is for it,it must be bad for the country !

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    • Raffaella says:

      Do you seriously think any trade deal that both democrats and republicans put together will be good for average American? Or is it only going to benefit their bosses (wallstreet and large companies)? Previous trade deals were a disaster, so will this one.

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    • stringy theory says:

      You can find it here and in countless other places. Sound’s like you’ve been lazy in educating yourself about it.

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    • Jett Black says:

      Even if it’s a giant Christmas gift to America, if the pols who’re charged with passing it don’t, can’t, or won’t read it, it absolutely must be rejected. Of course, if it was really good for the USA, we would absolutely know whats in it and those who support it would be crowing those details. The secrecy and lack of reporting on detailed positives are proof enough for me that it’s a sweetheart deal for someone other than USA citizens.

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    • Southern Son says:

      If you don’t like this dicussion, you are either very new here, or a troll. Do you like what Nafta did? This is Much worse, and Sundance has explained it better than anyone many times. Appears you have drank the koolaid, and you beleive everything they (globalprogs) tell you. Or paid Troll. Explain yourself, or go away.

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    • sundance says:

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    • sundance says:

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      • Southern Son says:

        BimYow! There it is trongod. There are no pros to it, unless you are GlobalProgrogressive, who wants America’s Sovereignty abolished. There are Many cons buried in the 5000+ pages of Moonbat Guano. MoonTron? Where’d ya go?

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        • Doodahdaze says:

          GCC. Global Commercial Code. CGR. Code of Global Regulations. Bet the ranch. Coming soon…Unimoney. With that will come Unityranny. Based on ones privilege points.

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        • peachteachr says:

          Can I just suggest what it will do to the chicken you buy? They will no longer have to tell you where it comes from. As a mother and a cooker of “supper” as we call it in the south, that freaks me out. No, I don’t want chicken from China or Vietnam, but what if Kentucky Fried just doesn’t care and believes cheaper is better? It makes my skin crawl to think about it. And that’s just 1 of those kitchen table issues that drives votes.

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          • TheFightingMan says:

            Now that’s why I raise and butcher my own. Clean chicken. And I personally know my beef and milk farmer and get my pork ‘wild’. We can beat these guys.

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      • Mo Clark says:

        For all of us who boycott food products from China (if I have to buy foreign, at least Canada is considered first), this new agreement seems to prevent country of origin labeling. Thanks so much, Rubio, Cruz, and other wimps. The only trade agreements which should be signed are those which benefit the U.S. first, our friends and true allies second, and then anyone else by happenstance. This rapid erosion of our republic’s sovereignty should alarm everyone who loves her.

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    • boutis says:

      Sen Sessions, an expert, says it is rotten, destructive, has back door immigration, forfeits our sovereignty, violates our legal system and defers to legal authorities outside of the US with zero consideration for US interest, and has read most of it. It was written by, for, and about what globalists want. I trust Sen Sessions.

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    • Betty says:

      There is no way to KNOW what is “in” it – by design. Think of NAFTA, and Obamacare, the Iran deal, and the Benghazi lies and judge accordingly.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      TPP would also relinquish control over our internet freedoms. You would lose your right to read and post at sites such as this one, as well as Youtube videos and many other things.

      “Remember SOPA – the “copyright” legislation before Congress last year that public outcry stopped cold? Well, the same corporations behind SOPA have pushed to insert its most pernicious provisions into TPP. Says who? The organizations that stopped SOPA like the Electronic Freedom Foundation and the ACLU.”

      “Under this TPP proposal, Internet Service Providers could be required to “police” user activity (i.e. police YOU), take down internet content, and cut people off from internet access for common user-generated content.”

      “Violations could be as simple as the creation of a YouTube video with clips from other videos, even if for personal or educational purposes.”

      “Mandatory fines would be imposed for individuals’ non-commercial copies of copyrighted material. So, downloading some music could be treated the same as large-scale, for-profit copyright violations.”
      http://www.exposethetpp.org/TPPImpacts_InternetFreedom.html

      There is much, much more – Electronic Frontier Foundation https://www.eff.org/issues/tpp
      “You could have to pay a fine for simply clicking on the wrong link” http://stopthetrap.net/

      Ask yourself – why is control of the internet and intellectual property rights in a trade agreement?

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    • BenY says:

      Anything that requires 5500 pages of legalese, which can be termed to mean anything anyone wants, is a disaster no matter what is in it. But hey, I’m sure 0bama will use it to make America great. Tranform Amerika.

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    • Trust No One says:

      Obama invited everyone to go read it for themselves. I’m sure a cursory web search will lead you to the over 5,000 pages.
      How about reading it and come back with some pros and cons so we can debate them.

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      • boutis says:

        There are no pros. How about you state what you find so terrific that we should hand over our legal system and sovereignty to a bunch of technocrats. Traditionally we have always negotiated trade deals on a country by country basis. Why stop except to hand over the advantage to globalists? You demand specifics but do not offer any yourself.

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    • amjean says:

      I just printed out 17 pages on TPP from a link on this site.

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  9. KBR says:

    Perhaps a reason why Rubio sweats so much…

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  10. stringy theory says:

    Just another of the ubiquitous GOPe liar’s society. Rube the sweaty cube is no different from hitlery in that he would sell his soul for a buck to the highest bidder. He has no core principals other than lying and keeping his hand in the public’s cooky jar. What a slimy rat.

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  11. KBR says:

    Severe stress can sometimes cause excessive sweating. So can some drugs.
    http://www.livestrong.com/article/164760-drugs-that-would-cause-excessive-sweating/

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  12. NCPatrick says:

    TPP support from Rubio (and Cruz) is very concerning, of course, but what about Rubio’s stance on immigration, both H1B visa foreigners and those who just barge in? I am extremely anxious about this aspect, and we know it is the hot button issue for most Americans for all the reasons. Every single aspect needs to be hung around Marco’s neck as we realized after his participation in the Gang of 8 betrayal. The reality is that every candidate has a treacherous past and present, and the only one I trust is Trump. We must have curtailment of the flood of illegals coming into the country!

    I know we’re not supposed to post extraneous comments, but

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  13. Nanny G says:

    TPP played only a small part in the debate last night, albeit a contentious part.
    Since Fox Business is in so few households (bundling issues) only 13.5 million even watched the debate.
    Still you wouldn’t know where most of the candidates stood on TPP if the debate was all you had to go on.
    Kudos to TCH for exposing the truth.
    Rubio might try to distance himself from his own words but they keep coming back and biting him on the behind.

    PS: any hints on how to italicize, bold or indent a quote here would be appreciated.

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  14. joshua says:

    Ten Republican presidential candidates. The third debate. Here’s POLITICO’s analysis of where the Republican field stretched the truth, steered around some inconvenient facts, or just plain got it wrong.
    http://www.politico.com/agenda/story/2015/10/fact-check-cnbc-gop-debate-000305

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  15. Dora says:

    Marco will be on with Mark Levin tonight. I hope he is asked about it. Trump will be on too.
    ..

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    • Southern Son says:

      Trump agreeing to go on the Great Ones show first, shows me he IS a Lion, ain’t skeered of Monkey Marxio. But he is a Foxy Lion. I’m bettin’ he will get alot of ammo from Marxio comments. They cant group bumrush him and take him out. He will call em out one by one and ambush em.
      Trump! Kick Ass n Take Names!!

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    • JRD says:

      Levin habitually gives Rubio a microphone every time he asks for one.

      He never confronts Marco and throws him softballs when he should shut him down for his deception. When callers complain to Levin about Rubio’s corrupt Big Government agenda he defends Rubio.

      Levin is all talk no action. He did the same with Paul Ryan.

      Levin had the power to shut Rubio down a long time ago.

      Thanks but, I’ll pass.

      I can’t prove this but I believe that Levin has relationships with Braman and plenty of the Florida neocons.

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      • jeans2nd says:

        Hmmm…am only half listening, but so far tonight Levin seems to be supporting Mr. Trump and Cruz tonight, and just pointed out Rubio’s ties to and donations from the sugar lobby. Perhaps they are still learning.

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      • flawesttexas says:

        Levin showed his true colors when he attacked Obama Eligibility folks…and continued so when he supported Rubio/Schumer/Obama Illegally Alien Amnesty bill.

        Levin has lost a lot of audience…his show is no longer on in Orlando or Melbourne area market

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    • BenY says:

      I will be very surprised if Levin holds his feet to the fire. The last time Rubio lied his head off and Levin simply accepted it.

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  16. Doodahdaze says:

    49% now. 50% by Turkey Day.

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  17. Venus says:

    Speaking of TPP — even though Rand made some sense last night, he pretty much disqualified himself when he jumped in to interrupt Trump — who was saying China would be able to use it as a BACK DOOR — to say “Shouldn’t we mention that China isn’t part of this deal, hee hee.” Not only did that little “jab” show he wasn’t listening/didn’t understand what Trump was saying, even the liberal mod guy from WSJ said “But China will get the benefits.”

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  18. Empress says:

    Rubio is the pretty face of the NWO and cara hermosa de la NAU.

    Cruz is the faux evangelical face of globlism and visaje de ambicion personal y grande.

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  19. peachteachr says:

    The problem I have with Rubio is which choice of his do we believe? Is it his stance with the Gang of Eight or his immigration stance now? You don’t get to say both.
    Also, I read last week that, like Rubio’s position on sugar, he has a sweet spot for his people, Cubans. He has said he is against immigration now but he wants to keep the “wet foot, dry foot” rule that people from Cuba have enjoyed for years. Now, many Cubans are coming over the Mexican border and their feet are most assuredly dry. They then are granted citizenship. It also said that this is a real issue with Hispanics who do not have that perk.

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  20. JoeS says:

    Mark Levin is interviewing Marco Rubio now!

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    • Juan says:

      Rubio punted on whether or not he supports TPT … says he has to “review” it first. There is no doubt he will have to come out for it eventually to secure all the cash he has lined up from his wealthy donors.

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      • Juan says:

        Sorry about the typo … he must review TPP. he hasn’t memorized his speech well enough to talk much about it. The same reason he doesn’t do the “spin room” after debates. He’s deathly afraid of being questioned on a subject he has not rehearsed a reply for.

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      • amjean says:

        The GOPe will give both Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio
        a pass on voting for TPP in order to fool the voters.

        Its the same old scam the politicians on both sides
        have been running.

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    • BenY says:

      Is it just me or did anyone actually believe anything that slime ball said.

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  21. UpsideDownFlag says:

    H.R. 1314: Trade Act of 2015

    This vote turned what was a bill regarding administrative appeals of IRS determinations into the Trade Act of 2015, which included Trade Promotion Authority for the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal as well as Trade Adjustment Assistance.

    Yea R Rubio, Marco FL

    https://www.govtrack.us/congress/votes/114-2015/s193

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  22. Mr.Right says:

    Bush is out, Rubio is in. The media machine has been told.

    Even the BBC is calling Rubio the new “Republican Prince” (their exact words) and dismissed Trump and Carson poll to be just reactionary discontent.
    The BBC also selectively used the most negative moment of Trump and the best of Rubio…

    Now if Rubio is the Prince.. who will be his jester/king ? Will Jeb be his Cheney ?

    To keep it short, I’m already set on Trump (even so I’m not found of the guy) being the only only one that can stop America path of destruction, and maybe even reverse the trend… my puzzlement is about his VP.. because here, its going to matter more then ever.

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    • RINOKiller says:

      Also

      The media machine has been told to prepare for layoffs as more and more are cutting the cord

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    • amjean says:

      As long as the VP is not a lefty or rino, I don’t care who it is.
      Trump can always delegate the VP overseas or to someone’s
      funeral if they don’t pan out.

      Obama sent Hillary overseas for almost the whole time she
      was Sec. of State.

      When Trump gets elected president we citizens have eight
      years to find a replacement so all the good Trump gets done
      doesn’t revert back to socialism/communism.

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    • phil fan says:

      This all Kabuki nonsense for public deception. Rubio is a placeholder for Jeb Bush. Read Sundance. The Road Map. Jeb is laying low and will be ready for his coronation at the hoped for brokered convention should it come to that. Trump must win big in the primaries. Then Jeb will be out and not until.

      Rubio is a distraction, nothing more.

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