Skip to comments.Rubio Urges Foreign-Policy Focus: If You Think Obamacare Is Bad.., How About Chinese Hegemony?
Posted on 03/06/2014 10:25:12 AM PST by C19fan
In a speech that earned a standing ovation at the Conservative Political Action Conference, Senator Marco Rubio focused on foreign policy and his idea of the American dream, arguing at points that an assertive American stance abroad is essential to ensure economic security.
Conservatives who think high taxes and regulation are hurting the U.S. economy, Rubio said, should remember global instability and insecurity could be just as costly, if not more. If you think Obamacare is bad for our economy, which it is, so is [China] controlling the South China Sea, he said.
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McRubio’s American Dream = Dream Act?
I think that Rubio says a lot of good things.
But if he undercuts himself from being elected, he’s never going to get anywhere.
Now, my question to you, chromosome 19 fan, what politician can we like or agree with?
Are we doomed to just be marginalized and live with bitterness?
Rubio is for destroying our country from within through amnesty, and wants to get involved in military action around the world.
That's when Rubio jumped the shark as far as I'm concerned.
It doesn't matter what politicians say in a well thought out speech anywhere near as much as what they say and do when the blood runs hot on an issue dear to them.
To me, Rubio exhibits "Geraldo Syndrome".
That's when a person with Hispanic heritage may sound somewhat sensible, or at least almost sane, at times until the issue of amnesty arises.
Then they lose self control and let their inner racism take control.
Let's assume the Chinese close the SCS to all foreign ships. They now have to travel around the Phillippines and possibly Borneo.
While this would no doubt be disastrous to the economy of Singapore, why exactly is it supposed to be a disaster for our economy?
Rubio is McCain without the accent and military service. Invite the world, invade the world.