Sen. Marco Rubio looks to fill vacuum in Republican leadership following 2012 election

  • Article by: KEN THOMAS , Associated Press
  • Updated: February 11, 2013 - 3:32 AM
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texas_technomanFeb. 10, 13 5:29 PM

Good luck with that Marko. Folks just need to read the GOP platform document from last fall's convention to see what they really think. Just because you a Cuban you are not necessarily going to lock in:women, people of color, LGBT, and the youth vote...you have nothing to offer them!

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avejoeconFeb. 10, 13 6:39 PM

Texas Tech is probably right. He is not willing to sacrifice the nation just to get votes like the democrats are doing. It may be 10 years or so, but when the country goes bankrupt because of constant giveaways, someone will have to take over and save the nation from the dems.

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texas_technomanFeb. 10, 13 8:27 PM

@avejoecon-Spending is controlled by the house and the senate...and both, and both parties, are guilty of runaway spending...There was a "surplus" in 2000 when W took office.....we spent like drunken sailors for 8 years....and at that point we were in the tank. We are still not out.

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markeyboyFeb. 10, 13 9:26 PM

GOP'ers say you can't task the George W. Bush with terror attack, wars, and bad economy that happened during that administration. If the current GOP chooses to ignore the 2000-2008 events and keep bringing up social issues the party will never recover, no matter how many heir apparent Marco Rubio types are brought to the fore. Take responsibility and dump the social issues or there is no chance.

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