Former Florida Speaker of the House Marco Rubio is running to represent Florida in the U.S. Senate.  He is challenging Florida Governor Charlie Crist in the Republican Primary.  He is one whom I have said is worth endorsing, and hope that those in Florida who read this will lend their support financially and at the polls.  Rubio was down, but Crist who is the establishment favorite now trails in the polls by 12 points.  Crist blew off Rubios requests for a debate when he was ahead in polls (by 31 points at one time), but now that he is down he suddenly wants to debate.  I’m confident he’ll get blow away.  Rubio gets what is going on, Crist doesn’t.

I’m not really following CPAC all that much, but I did want to share some highlights of one of the up and coming GOP stars.  He wowed them.

You can watch his entire speech here.

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      1. @Shane Vander Hart – What I truly don’t understand is why people feel that reading from “notes” is all that different from a teleprompter.. really.. does anybody think that Rubio didn’t rehearse his remarks? And who knows what was on his notes? Might have looked a lot like what you see on a teleprompter?

        I was sad to see him use the wisecrack.. conservatives need to get past the wisecracks and get to substance.
        .-= Kansas Bob´s last blog ..Legalized Gambling – Just a Con Game? =-.

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