Skip to comments.MARCO RUBIO WATER BOTTLES
Posted on 02/15/2013 7:59:12 AM PST by Baynative
This a darn good idea. I like that Rubio is hitting right back at the media.
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Rubio’s Chappaquiddick? /s
The irony is that the most ludicrous, ridiculous, inept politician on the scene today is Barack "57 states" Obama.
But the Leftist media has invested their full energy and credibility in propping Obama up by tearing down any serious challenger.
Lott’s praise for Thurmond.
It doesn’t take much to turn potential voters away from a candidate, except for Obama, who seems to do no harm no matter what he does or doesn’t do.
I’d need to know more about the PAC....
Question is, why don’t conservatives finally
push back? How, by first doing like I did, quit buying Newsweek, Time, New York Times, liberal rags. Hit them where it hurts. Next, I will not watch any programming on CBS, NBC, ABC, MSNBC, CNN, Maher, Mathews, Stewart, Maddow, etc.
I just click through on the cable. I will only watch networks
if there is a college or pro football game I want to see, or local news, nothing else.
Next, these progressives are the biggest ridicule targets you could wish for. Start using it on them, give them their
own medicine. Quit taking the abuse, go on offense.
Marco Rubio took a drink on-camera, whereas Teddy Kennedy left his girlfriend in the drink.
The Progressives on TV trying to ridicule Rubio think they are so avante-garde, so original, always right there on the cutting edge.
They pat themselves on the back and compliment each other.
But in fact, they are all just sheep following the leftist herd and chanting the same leftist party line.
If they really were on the cutting edge they would be ridiculing the massive herd of sheep who are ridiculing Rubio.
But not one of them has the guts to admit that they are just part of a stampeding leftist herd. Not one has the guts to break loose and look at the herd for what it is.
I think the left will regret trying to make a macaca moment out of this. It reminds me more of Clinton’s nominating speech for Dukakis in 1988. Clinton rambled on and on and was the butt of many jokes about the “worst convention speech ever”. He even went on one of the late night talk shows (Letterman?) to joke about it. “The speech” and its fallout only succeeded in giving Clinton more publicity so he could run and win in 1992. This may be what happens with the Rubio water.
I find it ironic that the liberals have chosen this as an issue when a staple of their every day attire is their designer water bottle that they carry everywhere and proudly display on the desk or table in front of them.
Well, you can always give money to Karl Rove and Crossroads.
The thing with CNN and NBC is they are now making “educationally friendly” videos for schools to use in their classrooms. Kids in public schools will be hit with the lfet’s propaganda big time.
I’m not giving to either if they both suck, so I don’t get your point.
I hope so. I'd like to see him put the water bottle right out in front of him every chance he gets. Maybe he should even have a bottle with Chris Matthews' picture on it.
How odd that Rubio is destroyed by a bottle of water.
And make no mistake, every time you see Rubio from now till 2016 will mention that drink of water.
For every bottle bought, they should indeed send a water of Chapadiquick to liberals and low information voters, noting the link between liberal abuse of life and the murder by Ted Kennedy.
It’s how they will treat people in the Democrate FEMA camps. Do anything good for yourself and you will be punished. No good deeds go unpunished in Alinsky’s book, it is the way of abuse and demanding proof of your good intentions in extortive ways throughout the ordeal.
It is a pimp exercise for the quiet and not so quiet liberal pimps and nuisible prostitutes.
While Rubio did fine the other night, I’m not all that trusting of him. I’ll stand by him when I agree but when it comes to Amnesty he’s on his own.
That’s right. He’s not a shoe-in as far as I’m concerned. And neither is the PAC giving out the water bottles. They backed Scott Brown. Could have been good reasons for that, but their website didn’t articulate why they supported non-conservatives.
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