Will it be Rubio in 2016 as POTUS?

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    Jan 23, 2013 2:48 PM GMT
    http://theweek.com/bullpen/column/239035/in-four-years-well-be-inaugurating-president-marco-rubio
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    Jan 23, 2013 6:35 PM GMT
    That's Speaker of the House John Boehner btw.

    I would be shocked if you felt differently about Rubio. My very tentative choice at this point in time is Jeb Bush. Much can change in four years except that I will still be a Republican.
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    Jan 23, 2013 8:33 PM GMT
    1, The "Bush" name, regardless of the first name/nickname attached to it, will be "Political Posion" for at least 10 more years. Dubja Fucked his Family name THAT bad.

    2. Marco Rubio is nothing more than a lighter skin version of Louisiana's Bobby Piyrush Jindal. Both will do anything/say anything in a futile attempt to suck up to the angry, rich, old, white men who control what's left of the Republican party. Voters are already seeing this and are rejecting it/them. Four years from now they both will be political jokes, "Legends in their own Minds".

    3. The GOP/TEAbagger party has ceased to be a viable political party alternative. Four years from now they will only be taken seriously by a small handful of angry, rich, old, white men. The votes for them to win a Presidential election just are not there any longer.

    4, Moderate Republicans would be well advised to abandon this group of crazies and start their own Political Party.

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    (edited for caffine-deprived tie-poes pointed out by a "Grammar Nazi" )
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    Jan 23, 2013 8:48 PM GMT
    rnch said1, The "Bush" name, irregardless of the first name/nickname attached to it, will be "Political Posion" for at least 10 more years. Dubja Fucked his Family name THAT bad.

    2. Mario Rubio is nothing more than a lighter skin version of Louisiana's Bobby Piyrush Jindal. Both will do anything/say anything in a futile attempt to suck up to the angry, rich, old, white men who control what's left of the Republican party. Voters are already seeing this and are rejecting it/them. Four years from now they both will be political jokes, "Legends in their own Minds".

    3. The GOP/TEAbagger party has ceased to be a viable political party alternative. Four years from now they will only be taken seriously by a small handful of angry, rich, old, white men. The votes for them to win a Presidential election just are not there any longer.

    4, Moderate Republicans would be well advised to abandon this group of crazies and start their own Political Party.

    5. Hilary For President In 2016 icon_exclaim.gif



    Regardless ( not Irr-Regardless) of this post , just a quick correction its Marco Rubio, not mario.

    You could have put your point forth without mentioning someones "skin color".

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    Jan 23, 2013 9:00 PM GMT
    rnch said
    3. The GOP/TEAbagger party has ceased to be a viable political party alternative. Four years from now they will only be taken seriously by a small handful of angry, rich, old, white men. The votes for them to win a Presidential election just are not there any longer.

    I agree that rich old White men USE the Teabagger movement for their ends. But many of the core Teabaggers are less affluent, crabby old "get off my lawn!" angry White males, who are more interesting in railing and bitching about their dead-end lives than actually doing anything about them. Or correction, they imagine bitching IS doing something about them.

    They still have influence down here in Florida, because we've had grumpy old "Condo Commandos" for decades, who enjoy nothing more than causing disruption in the lives of everyone around them. Except now we also call them Teabaggers, and they're not going away anytime soon in this State.

    The Republicans were clever, at least for a time, to have harnessed this selfish anger power, which is always looking for something new to passionately complain about, whether they actually understand the issues or not. Add to that the inherent racial hatred of many of them, already fuming over having a Black President, and they were a brushfire waiting for the match.
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    rnch said1, The "Bush" name, regardless of the first name/nickname attached to it, will be "Political Posion" for at least 10 more years. Dubja Fucked his Family name THAT bad.

    2. Marco Rubio is nothing more than a lighter skin version of Louisiana's Bobby Piyrush Jindal. Both will do anything/say anything in a futile attempt to suck up to the angry, rich, old, white men who control what's left of the Republican party. Voters are already seeing this and are rejecting it/them. Four years from now they both will be political jokes, "Legends in their own Minds".

    3. The GOP/TEAbagger party has ceased to be a viable political party alternative. Four years from now they will only be taken seriously by a small handful of angry, rich, old, white men. The votes for them to win a Presidential election just are not there any longer.

    4, Moderate Republicans would be well advised to abandon this group of crazies and start their own Political Party.

    5. Hilary For President In 2016 icon_exclaim.gif




    (edited for caffine-deprived tie-poes pointed out by a "Grammar Nazi" )


    "The "Bush" name, regardless of the first name/nickname attached to it, will be "Political Posion" for at least 10 more years. Dubja Fucked his Family name THAT bad.
    "

    So guilt by lineage? Maybe it would be better here?

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/22/google-north-korea-prison-camp_n_2526539.html
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    Jan 23, 2013 9:30 PM GMT
    freedomisntfree said
    "The "Bush" name, regardless of the first name/nickname attached to it, will be "Political Posion" for at least 10 more years. Dubja Fucked his Family name THAT bad.
    "

    So guilt by lineage? Maybe it would be better here?

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/22/google-north-korea-prison-camp_n_2526539.html





    "It Is What It Is" icon_exclaim.gif

    Dubya won by family lineage ("wot da hale, his father wasn't that bad of a President, let's give his son a try"), NOT by his intelligence and eloquence.

    Jeb MIGHT have had a chance of winning in 2016....IF....his dumber brother hadn't fucked his family name and our country.

    I find Jeb slightly more acceptable than the defeated,angry, old war monger Johnny Mac.

    But... a Bush as POTUS again won't happen anyime soon.

    Freedom, your quoted link makes about as much sense as any of southbeach jane's drivel.

    Surely you can do better than that stupidity as a reply icon_exclaim.gif
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    Jan 23, 2013 9:33 PM GMT
    rnch said
    freedomisntfree said
    "The "Bush" name, regardless of the first name/nickname attached to it, will be "Political Posion" for at least 10 more years. Dubja Fucked his Family name THAT bad.
    "

    So guilt by lineage? Maybe it would be better here?

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/22/google-north-korea-prison-camp_n_2526539.html





    "It Is What It Is" icon_exclaim.gif

    Dubya won by family lineage ("wot da hale, his father wasn't that bad of a President, let's give his son a try"), NOT by his intelligence and eloquence.

    Jeb MIGHT have had a chance of winning in 2016....IF....his dumber brother hadn't fucked his family name and our country.

    I find Jeb slightly more acceptable than the defeated,angry, old war monger Johnny Mac.

    But... a Bush as POTUS again won't happen anyime soon.

    Freedom, your quoted link makes about as much sense as any of southbeach jane's drive.

    Surely you can do better than that stupidity as a reply icon_exclaim.gif


    Best I could do in the car so right back at you:

    "Many families are forced into these camps because they are "guilty by association", with some seeing three generations of their lineage live and die within the walls, most of them punished for a crime committed long ago."

    43 ... a good man, a fine POTUS from a fine family, IMO.
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    Jan 23, 2013 9:38 PM GMT
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    rnch
    Best I could do in the car so right back at you:

    "Many families are forced into these camps because they are "guilty by association", with some seeing three generations of their lineage live and die within the walls, most of them punished for a crime committed long ago."



    I shall attempt to give your above posting the serious reply that it deserves:




    "Politics Make Strange Bedfellows"





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    Jan 23, 2013 9:40 PM GMT
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    freedomisntfree said
    rnch
    Best I could do in the car so right back at you:

    "Many families are forced into these camps because they are "guilty by association", with some seeing three generations of their lineage live and die within the walls, most of them punished for a crime committed long ago."



    I shall attempt to give your above posting the serious reply that it deserves:




    "Politics Make Strange Bedfellows"





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    43 ... a good man and a fine POTUS from a fine family, IMO
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    Jan 23, 2013 9:56 PM GMT
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    Omg, Michelle's reaction was priceless.
    You can tell that she doesn't suffer fools, lightly.

    And, I noticed that Mrs. Boner wasn't the least bit amused, either.
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    Jan 23, 2013 10:34 PM GMT
    I would just like to see these two get on and get along in the spirit of Tip O'Neil and Ronald Reagan.
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    Jan 24, 2013 3:37 AM GMT
    Since you have chosen to throw your endorsement to two of Florida's most hated Republicans--ever, I would like to weigh in on this conversation and tell you the truth about your choices:

    In 8 long years, Jeb Bush managed to rape Florida much like how his brother ruined the country. When he left office, our state budget was a mess, education was dismantled and destroyed and.....he signed the "Stand Your Ground Law," along with promoting pro-life organizations, doing away with consumer protection laws, ignored middle class Floridians and demonstrated a hatred toward the African American community and others.

    Floridians actually lived in fear and misery in those 8 years.

    It will take some time, but we are going to make great strides to undo his legacy starting in 2015, hopefully with a repeal of the "Stand Your Ground" law. If you stop and think about it, Jeb didn't have to appease his conservative NRA friends by signing that bill. If he didn't, Trayvon Martin and a number of other Florida residents would still be alive today. Some people have stated that Jeb actually killed Trayvon. I think they have a point....

    Republicans like to bash "career politicians." Marco Rubio IS a career politician! No one really knows if he has been in business other than spending time in Tallahassee when in the Florida House, then to the State Senate. He is far from being "pure" and is not "teflon-coated" either.

    Marco has more baggage than a family from Brazil on a two week vacation in Orlando! His personal finances are a mess, plus the Florida Republican Party routinely let the Rubios use one of their credit cards during his 2010 Senate campaign---and they maxed that out.

    Lastly, he's not all that welcome in the Latin community either. Central Florida Latinos can't stand the guy. He has a short track record in the Senate and can anybody tell me what important legislation he has created--and had passed in the Senate? Didn't think so.

    If Marco were to throw his hat into the ring for 2016, he could be gone by Super Tuesday. Then he would have to qualify to run for his Senate seat (he's up to be kicked out in '16 anyway). Marco might not get a free ride to the General Election in November, as it's very likely there will be Republican opposition for him. Re-electing him to the Senate does not look good for the guy either. He is not all that. Marco is not a smart guy, he has skeletons by the dozens in his closet and has basically been a mouthpiece for the Tea Party in the US Senate.

    And I found this gem about Marco...

    marco-rubio.jpg

    Both Bush and Rubio are losers who at times joined together to turn one of the largest US states into a hellhole and a laughingstock while placating the wealthy and engaging in shameless self promotion.

    Bad choices. Disgusting individuals. Democrats for a better tomorrow.
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    Jan 24, 2013 3:39 AM GMT
    "Will it be Rubio in 2016 as POTUS PUTZ?"

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    Jan 24, 2013 3:55 AM GMT
    turtleneckjock saidSince you have chosen to throw your endorsement to two of Florida's most hated Republicans--ever, I would like to weigh in on this conversation and tell you the truth about your choices:

    In 8 long years, Jeb Bush managed to rape Florida much like how his brother ruined the country. When he left office, our state budget was a mess, education was dismantled and destroyed and.....he signed the "Stand Your Ground Law," along with promoting pro-life organizations, doing away with consumer protection laws, ignored middle class Floridians and demonstrated a hatred toward the African American community and others.

    Floridians actually lived in fear and misery in those 8 years.

    It will take some time, but we are going to make great strides to undo his legacy starting in 2015, hopefully with a repeal of the "Stand Your Ground" law. If you stop and think about it, Jeb didn't have to appease his conservative NRA friends by signing that bill. If he didn't, Trayvon Martin and a number of other Florida residents would still be alive today. Some people have stated that Jeb actually killed Trayvon. I think they have a point....

    Republicans like to bash "career politicians." Marco Rubio IS a career politician! No one really knows if he has been in business other than spending time in Tallahassee when in the Florida House, then to the State Senate. He is far from being "pure" and is not "teflon-coated" either.

    Marco has more baggage than a family from Brazil on a two week vacation in Orlando! His personal finances are a mess, plus the Florida Republican Party routinely let the Rubios use one of their credit cards during his 2010 Senate campaign---and they maxed that out.

    Lastly, he's not all that welcome in the Latin community either. Central Florida Latinos can't stand the guy. He has a short track record in the Senate and can anybody tell me what important legislation he has created--and had passed in the Senate? Didn't think so.

    If Marco were to throw his hat into the ring for 2016, he could be gone by Super Tuesday. Then he would have to qualify to run for his Senate seat (he's up to be kicked out in '16 anyway). Marco might not get a free ride to the General Election in November, as it's very likely there will be Republican opposition for him. Re-electing him to the Senate does not look good for the guy either. He is not all that. Marco is not a smart guy, he has skeletons by the dozens in his closet and has basically been a mouthpiece for the Tea Party in the US Senate.

    And I found this gem about Marco...

    marco-rubio.jpg

    Both Bush and Rubio are losers who at times joined together to turn one of the largest US states into a hellhole and a laughingstock while placating the wealthy and engaging in shameless self promotion.

    Bad choices. Disgusting individuals. Democrats for a better tomorrow.




    Ahhhhhh..... a view point from someone who has "been there...done that".

    The residents of the state of Louisiana are also learning the truth about their "wonderboy", Bobby Piyrush Jindal.


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    Jan 24, 2013 2:13 PM GMT
    turtleneckjock saidSince you have chosen to throw your endorsement to two of Florida's most hated Republicans--ever, I would like to weigh in on this conversation and tell you the truth about your choices:

    In 8 long years, Jeb Bush managed to rape Florida much like how his brother ruined the country. When he left office, our state budget was a mess, education was dismantled and destroyed and.....he signed the "Stand Your Ground Law," along with promoting pro-life organizations, doing away with consumer protection laws, ignored middle class Floridians and demonstrated a hatred toward the African American community and others.

    Floridians actually lived in fear and misery in those 8 years.

    It will take some time, but we are going to make great strides to undo his legacy starting in 2015, hopefully with a repeal of the "Stand Your Ground" law. If you stop and think about it, Jeb didn't have to appease his conservative NRA friends by signing that bill. If he didn't, Trayvon Martin and a number of other Florida residents would still be alive today. Some people have stated that Jeb actually killed Trayvon. I think they have a point....

    Republicans like to bash "career politicians." Marco Rubio IS a career politician! No one really knows if he has been in business other than spending time in Tallahassee when in the Florida House, then to the State Senate. He is far from being "pure" and is not "teflon-coated" either.

    Marco has more baggage than a family from Brazil on a two week vacation in Orlando! His personal finances are a mess, plus the Florida Republican Party routinely let the Rubios use one of their credit cards during his 2010 Senate campaign---and they maxed that out.

    Lastly, he's not all that welcome in the Latin community either. Central Florida Latinos can't stand the guy. He has a short track record in the Senate and can anybody tell me what important legislation he has created--and had passed in the Senate? Didn't think so.

    If Marco were to throw his hat into the ring for 2016, he could be gone by Super Tuesday. Then he would have to qualify to run for his Senate seat (he's up to be kicked out in '16 anyway). Marco might not get a free ride to the General Election in November, as it's very likely there will be Republican opposition for him. Re-electing him to the Senate does not look good for the guy either. He is not all that. Marco is not a smart guy, he has skeletons by the dozens in his closet and has basically been a mouthpiece for the Tea Party in the US Senate.

    And I found this gem about Marco...

    marco-rubio.jpg

    Both Bush and Rubio are losers who at times joined together to turn one of the largest US states into a hellhole and a laughingstock while placating the wealthy and engaging in shameless self promotion.

    Bad choices. Disgusting individuals. Democrats for a better tomorrow.


    " tell you the truth about your choices"

    the 'truth' according to whom?

    "Since you have chosen to throw your endorsement to two of Florida's most hated Republicans--ever"

    When what I said was:

    "My very tentative choice at this point in time is Jeb Bush"

    So that was an endorsement?


    http://www.governing.com/topics/politics/Jeobcracy.html

    "It's hard to argue with the numbers. Florida enjoys a healthy general fund surplus, a triple-A bond rating and an unemployment rate that's barely more than 3 percent--well below the national average. Florida, in fact, has consistently led the nation in job growth over the past couple of years, despite a string of devastating hurricanes. Bush leaves office with approval ratings in the high 60s. His Republican successor, the newly elected Charlie Crist, ran largely on a platform of defending his legacy for another term."
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    Jan 24, 2013 2:14 PM GMT
    ART_DECO said"Will it be Rubio in 2016 as POTUS PUTZ?"

    corrected


    And more name calling out of you ..... nothing new about that I guess.
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    Jan 24, 2013 2:50 PM GMT
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    ART_DECO said"Will it be Rubio in 2016 as POTUS PUTZ?"

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    And more name calling out of you ..... nothing new about that I guess.

    Yep, "putz" (from the Yiddish meaning a fool or idiot, sometimes also a penis) is sure a lot harsher than:

    marco-rubio.jpg

    At least you gave me a reason to repaste that great pic from another post. icon_biggrin.gif
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    freedomisntfree said
    ART_DECO said"Will it be Rubio in 2016 as POTUS PUTZ?"

    corrected

    And more name calling out of you ..... nothing new about that I guess.

    Yep, "putz" (from the Yiddish meaning a fool or idiot, sometimes also a penis) is sure a lot harsher than:

    marco-rubio.jpg

    At least you gave me a reason to paste that great pic from another post. icon_biggrin.gif


    "Yep, "putz""

    But what I've learned to expect out of you. Oh well ! Your choice of course, but something I personally do not respect.
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    Jan 24, 2013 5:44 PM GMT
    nope. can't name a person round my age who likes him. my generation will decide the nxt president.
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    Jan 24, 2013 6:31 PM GMT
    notadumbjock saidnope. can't name a person round my age who likes him. my generation will decide the nxt president.


    I can't name a person around your age who I know who doesn't like him.
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    Jan 24, 2013 6:59 PM GMT
    think maybe i talk 2 more ppl my age than u do?
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    notadumbjock saidthink maybe i talk 2 more ppl my age than u do?


    Sure, you may well talk to more homosexuals your age than I do. We all know well the political leanings of that group. I don't know a one, but I sure talk to plenty of regular guys your age and I sure don't hear the rubio hate. icon_wink.gif
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    Jan 24, 2013 11:58 PM GMT
    Aristoshark saidNo it won't.
    By 2015 or so, Marco Rubio will almost certainly be under indictment.




    as will his Louisiana equal, Bobby "Piyrush" Jindal.




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