Skip to comments.Marco Rubio and the Neocon Resurgence (FL senator hires senior national security adviser)
Posted on 01/27/2013 3:45:37 PM PST by drewh
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Rubio is too nice. We need someone that will take the gloves off and not be fearful of the press. I don’t think it’s Rubio. Rand Paul seems tougher to me.
How many times was the word “neocon” used in this article??
We don’t need any neocons, we need real conservatives.
Fly is an interesting person. There is a lot of information on him at the Foreign Policy Institute online site. One fact about him that caught my eye was this: He is a member of the International Institute for Strategic Studies, and a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations. This means that he is tied in closely with the Globalists, the group that wants one worl government. The fact he is a Neocon indicated he doesn’t give a damn about the inalienable rights of U.S. citizens.
The Council on Foreign Relations is well known, so I have no comments on that uther than it is dominated by Globalists.
The International Institute for Strategic Studies is British and another Globalist hangout. No doubt it probably a part of the same group who controls the CFR.
He won’t get my vote. I won’t vote for anyone who isn’t eligible per the constitution.
If the shoe fits...
Rubio meets all the qualifications for a presidential candidate.
Bingo! I do not see much of a difference between Rubio and Jeb Bush or Chris Christie or whatever the GOP-e is going to serve up. I am not going to vote for a Rat-lite because they are in the "R" column. I have been fooled too many times before.
I believe his stance on Ammnesty will take him out of the running anyway., but if the Dimmies shove it through we will have 3 years to forget the sellout.
The old RINO Republicans might think that running a Hispanic will get the GOP the Hispanic vote, but they are crazy if they do. The Hispanics, like the Negro’s ,and the Homosexuals, will vote for those who have a track record of buying their vote.
My thoughts exactly. He better start getting angry. Millions of us will not leave home for the voting booth without a true firebreather to vote for.
Rubio is actually very agressive. Also, what’s with the “neocon” term coming back into vogue? That was normally a Dem term for a conservative Jew who supported both Israel and American exceptionalism.
we need a Latino, period....if we want to win, its going to be with latinos....
wage war...buy people off like the rats....
latinos have been in this country for its entire life and even before....they have a vested interest in seeing it stay great...
Nor mine. However, Rubio, Jindal, et.al., could be doing us a favor by driving a stake through the heart of the GOP establishment.
Here's how. They could syphon off the immigrant vote from the Democrat party, finally providing a split in the one-party system. They would also get the northeast liberal Republicans.
I'm not a fan of third parties, but this might open a pathway for a new party of American citizen conservatives, one that could win in a three-way split.
Maybe he is, but I thought he was terribly weak questioning Hillary. Why one senator didn’t just say “what were/are you and Obama covering up by continuing with the movie bs” Just one direct question would have been nice.
What about Ted Cruz. He seems tougher than Rubio. What we really need is someone that no one is talking about right now. Someone out of politics that is smart, passionate and has a ton of charisma- maybe he hasn’t shown up yet.
The point is Cherry that they have already been bought, by the Democrats.
It would take years and and by that time we will all be on welfare.