Marco Rubio – “The Big Con”


Picture taken Nov. 15, 2009, in Sanibel, Florida in the Andrews home at fundraiser they hosted for Marco Rubio, when nobody gave Rubio any chance to defeat Charlie Crist. Phyllis Schlafly made a special trip to Florida, at Pat Andrew’s request, to headline the event.

Picture taken Nov. 15, 2009, in Sanibel, Florida in the Andrews home at fundraiser they hosted for Marco Rubio, when nobody gave Rubio any chance to defeat Charlie Crist. Phyllis Schlafly made a special trip to Florida, at Pat Andrew’s request, to headline the event.

To win in the 2010 Tea Party Wave, Rubio ran as the anti-amnesty candidate despite an aggressive pro-amnesty record.  Politico reports:

“Arturo Vargas, the executive director for the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials, said Rubio, the son of Cuban exiles born in Miami, blocked ‘scorched-earth’ legislation that sought to clamp down on illegal immigration. ‘He, as speaker, kept many of those from coming up to a vote,’ Vargas said. ‘We were very proud of his work as speaker of the House.’

“In 2006, Rubio even voted for a bill that would have allowed the children of illegal immigrants to pay the same tuition rates at Florida colleges as residents. Vargas now says Rubio, the candidate, takes a more pointed, less nuanced tone as he stresses border enforcement and his opposition to amnesty. ‘He’s become your typical candidate in terms of playing to his primary election base…’”

Rubio used amnesty opposition to get elected before coming to Washington to push the biggest mass immigration / amnesty bill anyone had ever seen.  He declared of Gov. Crist’s position that “an earned path to citizenship is basically code for amnesty,” and that illegals seeking citizenship should “return to their homeland,” and that “if you grant amnesty as the governor proposes that we do, in any form, whether it’s the back of the line or so forth, you will destroy any chance we will ever have of having a legal immigration system that works here in America.”  (continue reading the entire timeline – much more)

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79 Responses to Marco Rubio – “The Big Con”

  1. Bart Manson ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗ says:

    An anchor baby, raised by two people with no respect for the laws of this country, who hold no clear allegience and loyalty to this country, was never intended by the forefathers to be eligible to be President.

    Rubio is every bit as ineligible as Cruz.

    What a sad state this country has fallen to when two loser like this are even allowed to run for President.

    Liked by 26 people

    • budmc ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ says:


      Liked by 2 people

    • annieoakley says:

      YES. And Mrs.Schafly is solidly for Trump.

      Liked by 18 people

      • parteagirl says:

        Phyllis said just before she endorsed Trump that she liked him because he was the only one with any “fight” in him. She’s got a lot of fight in her! Pretty special at 91!

        Liked by 12 people

    • FireAm 85✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗ says:

      The UNIPARTY hates this Country as founded.

      Liked by 10 people

    • joanfoster says:

      Two losers like this are allowed to run unfortunately, but the biggest failure in American politics is that one, if not the biggest, actually has already run and now occupies the White House. The American people need to look deep and hard into the recesses of their souls and ask themselves why they have been so willfully blind and complicit in the destruction of the American political system and most importantly the American culture.

      Liked by 13 people

    • Michael Wassil says:

      The ‘powers that be’, Uniparty, or whatever you want to call them are faced with a dilemma. If Cruz and Rubio are not knocked out in the primaries, they have to come up with a definition of ‘natural born’ that disqualifies Cruz or Rubio but not Obama and still satisfies the various previous precedents and 14th amendment. They will never be able to reconcile it with Vattel without nullifiying Obama’s tenure, which would open a can of legal worms like never imagined. So that won’t happen. My guess is Trump will be the GOP candidate and the can will get kicked down the road again. It will continue getting kicked down the road until some someone with absolutely no conceivably legitimate claim runs for president.

      Liked by 5 people

      • drdeb says:

        Michael, I love what you wrote. I disagree with this: ‘ It will continue getting kicked down the road until some someone with absolutely no conceivably legitimate claim runs for president.”
        I think that someone has emerged: Ted Cruz born in Canada to 2 Canadian citizen voter parents and the son of a man who fought for Castro (Cuban at birth) before becoming a Canadian citizen.
        Once Cruz is dethroned, Rubio will follow.

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    • archer52 says:

      Wow. Mean.

      If Trump were smart, he’d pivot into Rubio before the kid gets up a head of steam. He’s the GOP establishment last ditch pick. Jeb gone, Huck gone, Kasich soon gone, Christie gone, but they can’t notify him, no reception at Dunkin Donuts.

      IF Trump is truly wanting to upset the National COC and establishment apple cart, there are three people who can to do it. None is Rubio.

      And before you hate on Cruz- again. At least he didn’t get Jimmy Carter’s endorsement!

      Yikes! What was that? “malleable”? That’s an insult. Like saying the girl’s easy.

      Plus, Trump just said he likes Ted as VP.

      Remember, part of politics is playing a hardball game. Not really living it, just playing it. NFL on Sunday trying to knock the other guy out, but on Monday, hanging with the same guy because you are friends.

      Don’t take any of it too seriously. You’ll get whiplash.


    • jimbob says:

      Rubio is every bit as ineligible as Cruz.

      More so.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Martin Gomez says:

    Marco Rubio: Liberal, globalist Democrat.

    Liked by 11 people

  3. joebal says:

    “Once he got elected, he betrayed us all,” she told WND. “He said he was against amnesty and against the establishment. And once he got in, right away, he became an agent of the establishment. And now, of course, he’s big for amnesty and letting all the illegal immigrants in. He betrayed us a number of times on that issue.”


    Liked by 15 people

    • grainofsalt says:

      He is another snake. After the people of Florida took him in he bit them. He does not deserve to be anywhere near the Oval Office!

      🇺🇸VOTE FOR TRUMP!🇺🇸

      Liked by 12 people

      • joanfoster says:

        He does not need to be in the US Senate and neither does Teddy Ballgame.

        Liked by 5 people

        • Tony says:

          So if Rubio does drop out eventually how do we keep him from refiling and trying to run for Senate again in Florida. You know if Trump wins and Rubio gets back in the Senate and he’s gonna try to stop trump from fixing immigration


          • Sandhill says:

            After the job performance that Rubio has done for Florida as a US Senator, will the people of Florida reelect him? I would not vote for someone who did not take the office he campaigned for and was elected to seriously.

            Liked by 2 people

            • redlegleader68 says:

              I didn’t think the was, or could, run for re-election. I seem to remember reading somewhere that he was all in for this and that he must have some golden parachute rigged when he doesn’t make it. Did I get this wrong?


      • mcfyre2012 says:

        Our mostly-absent junior senator isn’t that popular outside of Miami. I doubt he cold even win re-election for his senate seat. He only won it in the first place because his opponent was flip-flopping, party-changing Obama-loving Charlie Crist.

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  4. feralcatsblog says:

    “We must work with moderate elements of the opposition [aka, Mass Killers of Christians] and step up training of the rebels [aka, Friends of ISIS or al Qaeda] to fight not only ISIS [oh sure!] but Assad. We need to make clear to Putin that we do not welcome Russian assistance in the fight against ISIS [the Christians and all no-Sunnis be damned in other words].”
    – Marco Rubio, Sep 15, 2015

    Liked by 9 people

    • jeans2nd says:

      Yes, that is the narrative they want us to believe. Sadly, American STEM workers are too busy trying to find work to know the truth. My own son heard it for the first time 2 days ago. Bachelor of Science in IT, Cisco certified Engineer, nearly 20 years in IT from bottom-rung to top-rung manager including CCE instructor, shocked to see to whom all these jobs are outsourced. We all need to take evry opportunity to speak the truth to everyone, left and right.

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  5. feralcatsblog says:

    Rubio makes me think of Ronald Reagan’s old line, “Liberals may know a lot, but most of what they know is wrong”. That describes Rubio’s foreign/military policy “knowledge” almost to perfection. He was the main cheerleader to get Obama to kill Qaddafi for the “Libyan rebels”, aka the head choppers of Christians and perpetrators of Benghazi, and is at the same thing in Syria having learned nothing valid at all. And like a kind of Dr. Strangelove come to life he wants to shoot down Russian planes and start WWIII with a major nuclear power on behalf of his dear “Syrian Rebel” friends who are actually Christian murdering, shariah loving sub-animals.

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  6. feralcatsblog says:

    So Rubio goes full Insane McCain on crack and steroids.

    Clearly, and by far and away, Dr. Strangelove Rubio is the most likely 2016 Presidential candidate of either party, if elected President, in order to prove his “manliness”, to start WWIII and quite possibly cause the horrible deaths of hundreds of millions of American men, women and children, not to mention dogs and cats and birds and bees.

    Sen. Marco Rubio has declared in a little-noticed TV interview that the United States should go to war against Russia, merely to block a flood of Muslim immigrants that can otherwise be stopped by a few European border guards.

    Rubio wants to create a “No Fly” zone over Syria to prevent the Syrian air force from bombing rebel and civilian targets. Any Russian sortie into the no-fly-zone would be “no different than any other adversary,” Rubio said Oct. 5 in a CNBC interview.

    His urge to shoot down Russian aircraft is a sharp break in the nation’s national security policy — and the public’s preferences —that were adopted once Russia developed its nuclear bomb in 1949. Since then, direct conflict with Russia has been avoided, and is viewed as extremist in popular and commercial culture, such as the 1964 move, “Dr. Strangelove.”

    Scrubio and FiredRino both want to go to war with Russia.
    Scrubio/FiredRino in 2016
    Make America A Nuclear Hotzone.
    Here is their campaign Logo:

    I am tired and sick of war. Its glory is all moonshine. It is only those who have neither fired a shot nor heard the shrieks and groans of the wounded who cry aloud for blood, for vengeance, for desolation. War is hell.
    – William Tecumseh Sherman

    All of us have heard this term “preventive war” since the earliest days of Hitler. I recall that is about the first time I heard it. In this day and time, if we believe for one second that nuclear fission and fusion, that type of weapon, would be used in such a war — what is a preventive war? I would say a preventive war, if the words mean anything, is to wage some sort of quick police action in order that you might avoid a terrific cataclysm of destruction later. A preventive war, to my mind, is an impossibility today. How could you have one if one of its features would be several cities lying in ruins, several cities where many, many thousands [millions] of people would be dead and injured and mangled, the transportation systems destroyed, sanitation implements and systems all gone? That isn’t preventive war; that is war. I don’t believe there is such a thing; and, frankly, I wouldn’t even listen to anyone seriously that came in and talked about such a thing. It seems to me that when, by definition, a term is just ridiculous in itself, there is no use in going any further.
    – Dwight D. Eisenhower, 5-Star General and President of the United States

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    • Katefelinus says:

      Feralcat- It’s so good to read your comments again. I used to read you at American Thinker, but these days can’t find much there worth reading. Like Sundance, I appreciate your insightful and thoughtful commentary. Yes, “War is hell”, and Rubio is just another political twit attempting to convince himself and others with his aggressive speech that he’s a real man. Poor, pitiful Markie.

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    • redlegleader68 says:

      Could not agree more …


  7. dizzymissl says:

    Laconia, New Hampshire (CNN)Call him the anti-Trump.

    Marco Rubio is running a presidential campaign marked by precision, caution and discipline — so much so that the Florida senator delivers the exact same speech, jokes, quips and one-liners wherever he goes.

    When he addresses the media, his aides select the reporters who can ask questions, often shutting down follow-ups. During media interviews and presidential debates, Rubio is quick to fall back on the same script that he often delivers before GOP audiences in New Hampshire and Iowa.

    His campaign makes sure every room is packed. Lately, that’s because an overflow audience is interested in hearing from the surging candidate. But other times his aides have cut the room in half with drapes, ensuring it’s a standing-room-only crowd.

    If Trump is the kind of candidate who will say and do virtually everything that’s on his mind at that moment, Rubio is the complete opposite: He rarely deviates.

    more at the link

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  8. hocuspocus13 says:

    So who says Conservative Women are Square just because we have Class are Traditionalist and know What Fork to Eat our Salad with… 🇺🇸

    Go Phyllis show them how it’s done!

    Liked by 8 people

  9. irvingtwosmokes says:

    Once the Greatest Generation died off they said”who’s going to stop us”

    Liked by 3 people

  10. Howie says:

    That was a hell of a fast surge. Now comes the final…Bush Push.

    Liked by 3 people

  11. Redheart says:

    The La Raza candidate.

    Liked by 4 people

  12. Paco Loco says:

    Rubio will never become El Presidente. The Trump campaign has to “unleash the dogs of war” on the Cubanos. Focus on both of their ZERO accomplishments as Senators, unveil their open boarders agenda and the elites who are backing their campaigns . The Cuban both are not NBC and ineligible to be POTUS and a law suite filed by Carson would be timely. Trump should address the nation on prime timeTV before Super Tuesday …like a modern day Paul Rever, warn the country and call out the fascist NWO plan for global hegemony and wave the flag of US sovereignty. Open borders, TPP, TPA, the UN, tax laws that make corporate inversion attractive, the China debt crisis and are loss of face in the world. It’s all about protecting US soverignty and he needs to list the steps we have to take to kill the NWO and Make America Great Again.

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  13. Backspin says:

    Insert scumbag politician or media talking head name HERE _______” Black eyes … lifeless eyes .. like a dolls eyes , when that shark come at ya , he don’t seem ta’ be livin’ … until he bites ya’ …. and then those black eyes …roll over white……… an’ they rip ya’ ta’ pieces….
    ….” Quint .

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  14. Ann Woodward says:

    We need to re-think the opinion that Rubio’s cognitive abilities are limited. They are just crooked as a dog’s hind leg.

    Liked by 3 people

  15. wheatietoo says:

    I remember back in 2012…there were some who thought that the GOPe’s long-term plan was to lose the presidential election, so that JEB could run in 2016.

    I thought at the time, “No, they wouldn’t do that”.
    But now…I think this is probably exactly what happened.

    The GOPe needed time for the ‘Bush Brand’ to get rehabilitated to the point where people would be more receptive to another Bush in the White House.
    They needed someone to ‘co-opt the Tea Party’s popularity’ for them, and Rubio was perfect for them.

    Rubio has hidden faults that can be brought up at the right time, to take him out of the race.
    The GOPe knows that Rubio is not eligible to be President.
    They know about things in his personal life…that have been hidden until lately.
    Again…Rubio was the perfect pawn for their long-term plan.

    Liked by 7 people

  16. keebler AC says:

    Poor stature and presence. These two are not even close to presidential material in looks nevermind quality. Weird Ted with the perpetual John Kerry eyebrows. Cocaine Narco Marco looks like an aging drug dealer with memorized cue cards.

    Liked by 3 people

  17. justfactsplz says:

    I hope Trump takes Rubio out early so Rubio won’t climb up (with the help of the media and GOPe) and collect too many delegates for Bush. Trump needs all of the delegates and states for himself. The sooner the better as Rubio is rising in the polls.

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  18. Jason says:

    if you didn’t ready the remaining info at the link, I highly suggest you take the time to do it. Absolutely infuriating and horrifying that not only did Rubio and his cohorts in the gang of 8 have tried to totally destroy the US as we know it, but how so many others in Congress are complicit, willing to cover this deceit and jump on board the Rubio train.

    Liked by 5 people

  19. Big Picture says:

    If Rubio attacks Trump at the debate tomorrow, I hope Trump turns to him and says, “Pinocchio, your strings are showing.”

    For myself, I pray that God will save our Republic from this liar, puppet, and immature boy.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Nnud says:

      The Iowa election fraud committed by Ted Cruz was small compared to the vote totals changed by the microsoft software for Marco Rubio.

      Donald Trump had an opportunity to expose the fraud if he had representatives at all 1681 prescints writing down all the vote totals for everyone, then when his totals did not match the totals sent through the microsoft software the election fraud would have been exposed.

      The election fraud is taking place when the totals are sent to the compiling software owned and run by a few globalists. The totals are changed as the vote totals are sent through the cloud to the software. They can pick who ever they want to win.

      In Iowa the Cruz thing was a distraction to the fraud going on to boost Rubio.

      The reason Rubio is moving up so fast in the polls before New Hampshire is to give the impression he is surging so they can give him the win or close. Remember all the news media doing the polling are owned by the globalists

      Because of this the votes in New Hampshire do not matter, votes in every state do not matter.

      Presidential elections have been manipulated for the desired results for years, probably since the debacle in 2000

      Don’t expect Trump to win New Hampshire it will not be allowed and will be almost impossible to expose like he could have in Iowa.

      The only place where the fraud can easily be exposed is in the caucus or hybrid states.

      Liked by 4 people

  20. Level One Kenobi says:

    I can hear Rush saying, “You people! Rubio is a conservative! You people!!!”

    Liked by 4 people

    • feralcatsblog says:

      Limbaugh must think wanting America to have no borders and not be a Nation anymore is conservative then.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Level One Kenobi says:

        I remember when El Rushbo prophesied Rubio to be President someday, implying he was the Great Right Hope. Granted, that could still come to pass, but Rubio has gone native so it will never happen as a conservative. Rush was dead wrong on the implication, but of course he will never admit that.


    • Been saying for years that Flush Blimpjaw is a big, fat, fake, phony, fraud gasbag.

      He’s the Jay Gatsby of fake conservative talk radio, living in perpetual hope of being accepted by the liberal NYC/Palm Beach Swells.

      Twenty years ago, he changed. He quit doing his funny, original homeless updates and caller abortions and instead began pounding the table for NAFTA while ignoring Clinton who was stuffing his ‘assault weapon ban’ down America’s throat.

      Twenty years ago he started ridiculing and shouting down any caller who dared suggest there was mid-east involvement in OKC bombing, and he does it today denouncing ‘birthers’ who dare to bring up the obvious fake ‘birth certificate’

      He sold out years ago, or perhaps he was always a phony. But he’s been unlistenable for a long time. He can’t handle callers other than the ones who call to kiss his behind. And he thinks that smacking that stupid cigar while gassing off about his golf game is the same thing as a well prepared ‘monologue’.

      He doesn’t know a monologue from a fireplace log. For all his blathering about ‘show prep’, he’s usually ill prepared to talk about anything other than RINOe talking points.

      One can obtain far more information in just a few minutes on the net, and spare oneself the misery of having one’s ears pounded by his nonstop, self-absorbed blather.

      Liked by 4 people

      • jeans2nd says:

        “For all his blathering about ‘show prep’, he’s usually ill prepared…”
        When one listens, this is blatantly obvious. Plus all the facts he “forgets” or “misspeaks,” the ones he entirely leaves out, plus his contradictions.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Level One Kenobi says:

        Agreed, he used to be entertaining 20+ years ago whether you agreed with him or not. He was sharp and witty and his skits were funny. I found him in recent years to sound unprepared, slightly boring, and out of touch.


    • kittymyers says:

      Is anyone here listening to Rush these days? Because I’m not. I stopped listening because I just couldn’t stand to hear him gush over Cruz anymore.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Level One Kenobi says:

        No, not for some time. Stopped shortly after his latest wife saw the untapped marketing potential of her husband’s brand, which led to his tea and children books, which led to his show becoming an infomercial for his side businesses. No, Rush, you were not proving it was possible to start a new business in the Obama economy like you claimed, you were just leveraging your millions of listeners like none of us ever could.

        Only listen to Savage and Levin sometimes because their shows align with my daily commute home.


  21. 1hear2learn says:

    Rubio needs another boot moment, like the wind blowing his plastered hair up and revealing his actual hairline. Yes, I know that’s shallow, but so are many voters. Saw one video interview / package of Rubio outside with his kids at football, or soccer game where the wind came in and flipped up his hair… make no mistake a large part of why bubble boy is so popular is because of his boyish / cutesy pretty boy looks.

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  22. georgiafl says:

    My comments keep disappearing. It’s frustrating.


    • georgiafl says:

      Not moderated, just disappearing. Poof!

      Perhaps WordPress is being run by F4cebook or is using F4cebook tactics to shape opinion and the Presidential race. (or the C1A)



  23. tinatrent says:

    Today in the New York Times, Rubio claimed to be an adjunct professor on leave.

    This boldfaced lie merits exposure.

    Rubio’s “adjunct” job was/is actually an unadvertised, highly controversial political payoff, a no-show job created for him by his sponsors in the Miami political machine when he couldn’t pay his own bills for upscale housing, recreational boats, etc. while campaigning for Senate.

    He is not a professor and he is not really an adjunct. He occasionally jetted into FIU on Mondays and Fridays to show up at one class taught by someone else and talk about himself (except when he didn’t) — essentially to shoot the s**t with ambitious young Republican types who helped him run cover by telling curious media that they were learning so much from their contact with magical articulate mentor Marco (admittedly they were learning how to grease palms, Miami style).

    For this, he was to be paid $69K per year — that is for one “class” that he didn’t even really teach. His friend, pollster and campaign aid Darien Moreno taught that class, and as the payoff has spread out over more semesters, other “co-teachers” have assumed Rubio’s responsibilities (while praising his amazing non-present contributions).

    Rubio was also given other hilarious money-wasting faked responsibilities at FIU like talking about hurricanes and “affordable housing” and holding breakfasts to discuss his own race for Senate (ie. campaigning on a public school’s dime). He didn’t even fulfill those laughable, borderline election fraud “job” requirements. Facing an outcry over the sleazy money-funneling, FIU closed ranks and cut Rubio’s salary that year, but they continued/continue to pay him for doing nothing.

    This is not adjunct teaching. I know: I was a real adjunct teacher in a public college in Florida.

    It would be interesting to see how many of those “hurricane” and “affordable housing” conference dollars were accorded to FIU by, say, Speaker Rubio in the first place. And the scandal thus has deeper implications: as Rubio got paid off by FIU after funneling LOTS of money to their budget as speaker of the Florida House, his hand-picked budget director and successor in the Florida House, Ray Sansom, was being prosecuted for doing precisely the same thing and getting precisely the same type of pretend, non-advertised job at another state school in north Florida.

    Someone should call Sansom and ask him how that selective prosecution knife feels in his back. This is Ray Sansom:

    Who put Ray in charge of the House? Rubio of course:

    Adjunct professors in the Florida system are not really paid 69K per year for one class (I made $1550 per class, for classes that met three times a week for five months). Adjuncts are not given co-teachers who do all the work, including assignments, teaching, tests, grading — Rubio did none of these things, which the school dismissed as “boilerplate” requirements not really applying to him (because: he’s Marco!, of course).

    Also, candidates for public office are not supposed to be paid to go to public schools every week and talk about their current campaigns and get paid for it. Also, fiscal conservatives aren’t supposed to pocket public education dollars for doing nothing.

    Perhaps if the staff at National Review and elsewhere in the “but I’m the real conservative” media firmament weren’t getting similar academic speaking gigs from the very same sleazy operatives, they might see the reason in this.

    The only two questions that remain are these: is the “academic” Rubio more like Hillary with her 100K gigs at public schools to promote her own campaign, or more like Obama with his faked and secretive academic record and unearned professorships and honors? Also, what do the officials at FIU and the Rubio campaign have to say about this? Hopefully Trump will ask.

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  24. georgiafl says:

    Summary of Rubio’s Baggage:

    555 page report on Rubio –

    Dirty business –

    Rubio and Amnesty –

    Rubio arrest in park with g4y p0rn d3al3r friend – look it up.

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  25. West Highlands says:

    Agree with all the comments on Rubio and his deceptions. But please, please read the entire piece by Phyllis Schlafly at the as linked in SD’s article above. What you ever thought about the push for immigration – well quadruple that, at least. I could not believe what I was reading. Rubio and his ilk are just another side to the same coin – our current “leaders” have different reasons than Rubio’s but all reach the same goal – the end to America. I am going to print these articles out and hand them out as needed.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. peachteachr says:

    The Hill has an article that says Bush is being called to heel and stop his attacks on Rubio. Inquiring minds want to know…the truth.

    Liked by 1 person

  27. AK49 says:

    Rubio at the last debate looked like Clinton at the last debate, who looked like Cruz at the last debate.. The professional politicians all look the same. It seems like we’re watching a Mike Judge movie making fun of how stupid and fake politicians are.
    Don’t like the Bern’s ideas at all, but he doesn’t sound as phony as the rest of ’em. He’s just out of his mind. But no matter what mannequin they put up…

    Trump ’16!!!

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  28. BullMark says:

    I think Rush was answering a letter written to him concerning his “full-throated conservative” endorsement of Marco Rubio per below:


    I’ve been a fan since the Eighties when I was in the Navy and now as a business owner in Florida, I’ve been with you many years. You say the things I always wish my voice had the platform to say and I do say them when I can but obviously on a much smaller scale. So thank you very much for what you do.

    I’ve been a registered Republican my entire voting life and still am but I believe you are woefully flawed in support of Marco Rubio as a “full-throated conservative”. As a Floridian who voted for him in state races and in his Senate bid, he certainly was that through visuals and deeds. As a US Senator though, he has fallen short of his commitments to those who voted him to be our US Senator.

    Rubio has turned away from his commitments to his constituents and now is nothing more that the “Milk Carton Senator”. Below are a list of his recent deeds as a US Senator:

    He voted in favor of granting President authority to expand immigration levels without Congressional consent via Trade Promotion Authority, by voting Aye in favor of final passage of Trade Promotion Authority bill, H.R. 1314.
    Rubio became infamous for his lead involvement in the “Gang of Eight” immigration bill to help move this country further towards a third world economy. He even sided with Democrats in amendments that would have required border security first, before any amnesty. We’ve seen that ploy over the last fifty years where border security is always shelved and never completed.
    Marco Rubio endorsed and supported the reelection of Mitch McConnell who has been a singular destructive power in the Republican Party and the Republican brand.
    On top of all that, he gained his new nom de plume of the “Milk Carton Senator” by not being present on key senate votes that are the foundation of this upcoming Presidential election.

    In closing Rush, Marco Rubio is NOT a true conservative or at least not the kind of conservative this country now needs. He may say the things that conservatives want to hear but his deeds represent him as a center-left politician who will say what he needs to get elected and then betray the voters who elected him by siding with policies that will cripple this country economically. I hope you reconsider your verbal endorsement (yes, you basically were endorsing Marco Rubio). Thanks for your time and please continue to be that national voice that many of us “unwashed” conservatives need to hear.


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  30. Pat says:

    It’s not unusual to see people describing behavior they do, attributing the same to another. It’s fairly typical of narcissists to blame others for what they themselves do. This seems to be the style of both Rubio & Cruz, in their attempt to demonize Trump because he wins.

    The shame is that the party of Reagan has been reduced to pandering to hispanic born people to try to save itself. What will emerge is not a party of solid ideals but a party prostituted to anyone they think can win for them. Most think that political ideology should be above a policy of trade whorism willing to do anything or follow anyone for power & money. How does that keep the GOP except in name only?

    Watching Cuban Americans defend their party of Reagan is comical and amuzing to most Americans whose parents and grandparents may have been Republicans… Who’s the con artist?


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