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Old 11-01-2010, 09:59 PM   #16
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In the end, Meek did the right thing and told Crist and Clinton (the self proclaimed 1st Black President) to go kick rocks.



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It's pretty cute how enamored you are with this story, diamond.
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I like that they are already anointing Rubio as the VP candidate for 2012.
Not that he won't win the senate seat, but the "oh look, we have color in the Republican Party" is silly.
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Clinton stopped campaigning for him and then suggested that he quit
So Clinton didn't show up yesterday? That was Monday.

"closet gay" has nothing to do with this issue
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So Clinton didn't show up yesterday? That was Monday.
saving face-just in the nick time for revisionist history...

Hypothetical legal question to Bill Clinton: "Mr Clinton, did you ask or try to persuade Mr Meek to leave the race"?

Clinton: "Well that would depend on what the definition of 'race' is".

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What do Sandra's parents have to do with this?
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I like that they are already anointing Rubio as the VP candidate for 2012.
Not that he won't win the senate seat, but the "oh look, we have color in the Republican Party" is silly.
He's right though. Whoever is running in 2012 would be an idiot NOT to put Rubio on the ticket. He/she would therefore get not only all the Tea Party faction but also almost all the latino vote.
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He's right though. Whoever is running in 2012 would be an idiot NOT to put Rubio on the ticket. He/she would therefore get not only all the Tea Party faction but also almost all the latino vote.


I think Florida may be safely in the (R) column come 2012.
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The GOP does not need Rubio to get Florida, it along with Ohio are leaning heavy for the GOP. And the Latino vote and the Cuban vote are not the same. Cubans don't need immigration reform, they have the most preferred status of anyone.

Rubio is a plus for the GOP because he can sway young voters. He has some charisma, and he is a good looking guy that can represent conservative concepts without making them sound wacko, like Rand Paul of Bachman.

Just look at how he came up in the polls this last election. The Govenors race was close. He got 50% in a 3 way race.


But, I think Rubio would fare much better in 2016 or 2020.
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