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Meet Marc Rubio! Florida is gonna love him!

August 29, 2009

This guy STANDS up for FREEDOM and the CONSTITUTION!

He has GUTS!  Something Charlie Christ just does not have!

He is young, and BRAVE!  Not Charlie…no bravery,

He understands the issues!


SPENDING: “I am gravely concerned by a federal government that continues spending money it doesn’t have. In early 2009, I joined Florida’s entire Republican congressional delegation in opposing the $787 billion stimulus bill. In the U.S. Senate, I will support measures like a balanced budget amendment and the line-item veto that will help control the excessive and wasteful spending in Washington that threatens to leave future generations with crushing debt and a country worse off than that of their parents and grandparents.”

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TAXES: “I have never voted for a tax increase. While I generally support tax cuts, I believe meaningful tax reform that simplifies our tax code, makes it easier to understand and is more fair to the taxpayer should be our ultimate goal. In the mean time, I will support efforts to reduce the tax burden on American workers, entrepreneurs and businesses. This includes: eliminating the Death Tax; eliminating taxes on capital gains, dividends and interest, thereby encouraging greater savings and investment; and making America the most attractive place to do business by lowering corporate tax rates.”

JUDICIAL NOMINATIONS: “I support judges who will respect the rule of law, strictly interpret our Constitution and not legislate from the bench. I opposed Judge Sonia Sotomayor’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court. As a whole, Judge Sotomayor’s record reflects a view that judges can and should inject personal experiences and biases into what should be the objective interpretation and application of the law. While her comments about the “better conclusions” a “wise Latina woman” would bring to the bench are universally known, I have more specific concerns about her case history and testimony regarding the Second Amendment at the state level, eminent domain takings and the so-called constitutional right to privacy that resulted in the Roe v. Wade decision. Together, these and other cases point to a nominee who would bring an activist approach to the highest court in the land.”

SECOND AMENDMENT: “Like the rest of our Constitution, I believe the 2nd Amendment is a cornerstone of our democracy. I believe the right to bear arms is a constitutionally protected right. The right of citizens to defend themselves by bearing arms is a fundamental human right that should be protected.”

IMMIGRATION: “Legal immigration has been a great source of strength and prosperity for America, but I believe illegal immigration threatens the foundation of this system. If I had been in the Senate at the time, I would have opposed the McCain-Kennedy bill. I believe we must fix our immigration system by first securing the border, fixing the visa and entry process and opposing amnesty in any reform.”

ENVIRONMENT: “As a U.S. senator, I would oppose a national energy tax on American consumers, farmers and business owners. At a time when our economy is struggling, a cap-and-trade scheme would further strain family budgets and destroy jobs. Creating jobs in the energy sectors and becoming more energy efficient requires entrepreneurial innovation, not big government mandates. Instead of higher energy bills and job losses, the American people deserve a comprehensive, job-creating energy policy that promotes energy efficiency, alternative energy production and the development of our own natural resources.”

ENERGY: “I support a comprehensive energy plan that encourages nuclear energy, exploration in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and environmentally safe leasing of oil and natural gas fields in the outer continental shelf and on federally owned lands with oil shale in the West. As senator, I will stand for policies that make us more energy efficient, less reliant on foreign sources of oil, create jobs and ease the burden on family budgets.”

SANCTITY OF LIFE: “I am pro-life. As a state legislator, I supported various pieces of pro-life legislation that, among other things, would require doctors to perform ultrasounds before performing abortions and another bill that would ban the use of taxpayer dollars to fund stem cell research.”

CARD CHECK: “I oppose card check and any efforts like the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) to tip labor law in favor of unions through binding federal arbitration. I am concerned by labor unions’ unrelenting campaign for card check, which would eliminate workers’ right to a secret ballot in unionization elections. I believe workers’ rights should be protected and that a card check system would open the door to pressure and intimidation that would disrupt the workplace and threaten businesses’ livelihoods. I also oppose EFCA’s arbitration provision, which would give labor and management just months to reach a labor agreement before a contract is imposed by a federal arbitrator.”

I think America needs Marco Rubio.

Oh yes, That is exactly what I think, what do you think?

Stand with Marc Rubio


  1. Sam permalink
    October 29, 2010 12:21 pm

    All of these people running for the election are all political. They will say anything just to get your vote. Bush got us in this position and yet everyone want to blame the present government. It is all a show. Trust this man wants our votes, but truly what did he do to help us this far….?

    • Tamara permalink
      November 3, 2010 4:39 pm

      Well I think you have to trust somebody, and I trust him more than Obamodinga boot licking Crist! By the way …what did Crist do except act desperate every other day! Marco is humble so far…..

  2. H Lee Ballard permalink
    May 15, 2010 5:00 pm

    Mr Rubio,
    I would like to know exactly what is your stand on illegal aliens in the U.S?
    What do you propose to do about it should you be elected to the U. S. Senate?
    Please give me your opinion of the AZ Immigration Law.
    I am a registered FL voter.

    Thank You,

    Lee Ballard

    • Tamara permalink
      May 26, 2010 10:12 pm

      Mr. Ballard,

      It is taking time to find out where Rubio stands on immigration, because he has been a bit weak and wobbly on the subject. However, here is his clarification….although he stated he thought cops would participate in profiling.

      Here is his website, …and I will tell you, it is very unlikely to receive a response, and he does not approve comments to his positions. I personally despise that. I am not saying every single comment deserves a response, but good grief, most blogs have an approval system for comments, and down right nasty things can be removed very easily before they every go public. What he is doing with him money, I have no clue.

      Thank you!

  3. November 12, 2009 5:01 pm

    Look at his record……..he kept immigration bills from coming out of committee when he was speaker……..He speaks with forked tongue.

    • Tamara permalink
      November 13, 2009 8:30 pm

      It could be no worse than Charlie would be or Mel Martinez was….but I will ask him point blank about this, even though what he has clearly stated so far resonates!!!!

    • Tamara permalink
      November 18, 2009 8:13 am

      In 1986 Ronald Reagan granted amnesty to 3 million people. You know what happened, in addition to becoming 11 million a decade later? There were people trying to enter the country legally, who had done the paperwork, who were here legally, who were going through the process, who claimed, all of a sudden, ‘No, no no no , I’m illegal.’ Because it was easier to do the amnesty program than it was to do the legal process. […]

      Only after you deal with illegal immigration in a serious way — seal the border and the visa problem — can you then create a legal immigration system that works.

      Marco Rubio

      I love this MAN….what a mighty good man!!!!!

      OH YES!

      Now that what I am talking about!!

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