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    Rubio’s biggest problem in 2016

    Rubio’s biggest problem in 2016

    Sure, I disagree with Marco Rubio on the Gang of 8 immigration bill, particularly the amnesty part.

    But what’s most galling is that Rubio appears to have been played by Chuck Schumer on the Democratic side, and McCain/Graham on the Republican side, suckered into being the point man drawing fire on a plan which never will be law in the form passed by the Senate.

    Substantively, Rubio was pushed into a plan he can’t defend.

    Does Rubio even support the Gang of 8 bill anymore? If so, he’s been pretty quiet about it lately.

    I don’t mind a politician I disagree with on an issue half as much as I mind a politician I normally agree with getting played.

    This tweet by Conn Carroll is spot on:


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    1andyman | July 18, 2013 at 10:09 pm

    If someone has figured out a way that Rubio is constitutionally eligible, would you please tell me about your logic process?

      Skookum in reply to 1andyman. | July 24, 2013 at 3:04 am

      Yes, who waved a magic wand and made Rubio a natural-born citizen, or deleted that requirement from the Constitution? Has not Obama’s misbehavior demonstrated why the Founders prohibited the presidency to those who are not natural-born citizens?

    BannedbytheGuardian | July 18, 2013 at 10:59 pm

    Well Florida ain’t the flavour of the month . Hopefully it takes out John E Bush too.

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