Marco’s reply in Spanish is much more representative . . .

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    Senior Member Baits Out's Avatar
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    Marco’s reply in Spanish is much more representative . . .

    of what we know about him.

    Relaxed, eloquent, charismatic, etc, . . . compared to his neophyte young, nervous and relatively clumsy English presentation the other night.

    http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/video...ylist=18482374
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    Good, lets change the official language of the USA to Spanish and Marco will be right at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubasco View Post
    Good, lets change the official language of the USA to Spanish and Marco will be right at home.
    Our right-wing friends shouldn't have a problem with that, right?

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    Unlike many on this forum, I admit to not knowing it all or having all the answers, but am a continual student in a lifelong learning quest.


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marco_Rubio
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baits Out View Post
    Unlike many on this forum, I admit to not knowing it all or having all the answers, but am a continual student in a lifelong learning quest.


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marco_Rubio
    Touching. Now where does he stand on ALL of the issues? Let's take a look at his voting record, shall we?

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    Absolutely no reason there should have been a reply in Spanish.
    Stealing money from taxpayers and throwing it at the problem has long been the backbone of American foreign policy.

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    Press 1 for a bottle of water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Menzies View Post
    Press 1 for a bottle of water.

    Or 2 for a doobie toke and application for an EBT card.
    Starlight to pierce darkness.

    Science to overwhelm superstition.

    And, in the private sphere of the mind,
    reason and evidence to prevail.

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    Let me see, we have one of the worst five year economic eras in American history, record food stamp recipients, and other government depended programs, a shameful, and maybe preventable, loss of American lives in Benghazi, mounting threats abroad by extremist who hate our way of life, a US deficient that will cripple our children/grandchildren, continued unrealistic dependency on foreign oil, an illegal immigration problem that fuels multitudes of problems, escalating health care costs that will limit access to treatment for some in need including many retirees, and many other real issues facing citizens today, and what is the mainstream media, and many here on this forum, worried about, Rubio's drink of water and his response in Spanish. And we wonder why things are the way they are in this Country!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baits Out View Post
    Unlike many on this forum, I admit to not knowing it all or having all the answers, but am a continual student in a lifelong learning quest.


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marco_Rubio
    Lifelong students . . I thought those were considered liberal elites?

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