Between this and his influence over the fate of immigration reform, is Rubio the new de facto leader of the GOP?
posted on 02/07/2013 6:49:48 AM PST
by Timber Rattler
(Just say NO! to RINOS and the GOP-E)
So, apparently 2016 is his turn.
posted on 02/07/2013 6:50:38 AM PST
by cuban leaf
(Were doomed! Details at eleven.)
The focus, wisely, is on convincing middle-class voters more broadly that theyll do better with the GOPs limited government agenda.
I cannot take Rubio's smaller government rhetoric seriously as long as he's out in front on comprehensive immigration reform.
The two policies are in no way compatible.
posted on 02/07/2013 6:51:52 AM PST
to hell with rubio, why couldn’t Ted Cruz give the response?
posted on 02/07/2013 8:04:21 AM PST
Rubio is proof the GOP is already throwing 2016 for the Dems. This Amnesty Liberal will be a disaster
posted on 02/07/2013 8:57:20 AM PST
(GOP = Greenlighting Obama's Programs)
This could be the kiss of death for Rubio. In the past, the Repubs that give the response to SOTU are left in the mud. This isn’t some sort of launching pad as some seem to believe.
posted on 02/07/2013 9:31:00 AM PST
Hell deliver a GOP address that speaks from the heart,"
Cry a little tear for me, Rosemarie. Yeah, that's what we need from the `loyal opposition', more emo from Boehner & Co.
posted on 02/07/2013 10:13:53 AM PST
(America's founding fathers: All armed conservatives.)
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