Both possible 2016 presidential contenders said changes to immigration law should focus less on family ties and more on economic factors. Image: C-SPAN The post Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush, Immigration ‘Moderates,’ Take Focus Off Families at CPAC appeared first on RH Reality Check.
In what appeared to be one of the required rituals at this year's CPAC 2015 gathering, which was sucking up to Faux "news" host, right wing hate talker and propagandist Sean Hannity, potential GOP 2016 presidential contender Sen. Marco...Show More Summary
MANCHESTER, N.H. —Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida used his first trip of the year to New Hampshire Tuesday to stress his working-class and immigrant family experiences -- appearing to draw a stark contrast with potential rival Jeb Bush in the process. In a speech at the popular Politics & Eggs breakfast forum here, Rubio said […]
Look, it says 'Conservative' right there. LOVE ME. What you missed at the conservative gathering known as CPAC today, almost certainly because you had better things to do. Sen. Marco Rubio botched foreign policy knowledge 101 duringShow More Summary
Rubio says Obama doesn't want to fight ISIS because that would upset Iran. The post Marco Rubio Tries To Lecture Obama On ISIS, Commits Epic Error appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Steve Benen points me to Marco Rubio today. Here is Rubio explaining how his ISIS strategy would be different from President Obama's: “ISIS is a radical Sunni Islamic group. They need to be defeated on the ground by a Sunni military force with air support from the United States,” Rubio said. Show More Summary
At his fifth CPAC appearance, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), one of the many candidates flirting with running for the presidency, told a rapt audience that, no matter who they chose in the straw poll, they had to answer one question: "What kind of country are we going to be?"
Senator Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) received a standing ovation from a full, if also initially drowsy CPAC crowd after an engaging speech and Q&A in which he attacked President Obama’s executive orders on immigration and said that he knew...Show More Summary
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) disavowed himself again on Friday from an immigration overhaul plan he once cosponsored, arguing that it didn't work amid lax enforcement by the Obama administration. Rubio, who cosponsored a bipartisan immigration reform bill in 2013, said he's still eager to deal with the fate of roughly 12 million undocumented immigrants in […]
Jeff Atwater, Florida's chief financial officer and a former State Senate president, is eyeing a potential run to succeed Senator Marco Rubio.
Senator Marco Rubio was well-received by the CPAC crowd Friday describing his own upbringing as an immigrant success story.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio said Friday that he is indebted to America for welcoming his Cuban immigrant parents, while he continued to back away from his 2013 legislation that would have allowed illegal immigrants to become U.S. citiz...
Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Newt Gingrich and other big names on the right make their way to the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday.
US Senator Marco Rubio said that the Obama administration should reject requests the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Columbia militant group to release its captured members from US custody, and maintain the long-standing principles behind the US-Columbia partnership.
Anomaly at FreakOutNation details the effort to undermine what is already working. Marco Rubio set up Florida Health Choices, which is totally putting President Obama to shame. Taxpayers had to initially fork over $900,000, and Rubio’s brainiac health care alternative garnered an entire 30 sign ups. That’s in contrast to the 1.6 million sign ups [...]
Do you guys all remember the time Marco Rubio — Jeb Bush’s understudy to be the presidential candidate from Florida who loses to Queen Hillary Clinton — and his merry band of Florida Republicans were all like, man, fuck this Obamacare...Show More Summary
Rubio is apparently telling donors he'll run for president, not Senate. That's risky, for himself -- and the GOP
We first wrote about the challenges a Bush run would pose to Marco Rubio back in April in a piece we called “Marco Rubio’s Jeb Problem.” Aside from the fact that, 10 months later, we now know with virtual certainty that Bush is running, the rest of the piece remains relevant. Show More Summary
The New York Times reports Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) “is quietly telling donors that he is committed to running for president, not re-election to the Senate.” He’s expected to make a formal announcement in April. The post Rubio Appears Decided on Presidential Bid appeared first on Political Wire.