Sunday, November 18, 2012

Rubio makes his Iowa debut as possible 'future' of the Republican Party | The Daily Caller

   It only took eleven days and a GOP 2016 frontrunner is in Iowa speaking to a fundraiser and outlining a platform to retake the White House.  Senator Marco Rubio of Florida make the trek to Altoona, Iowa to speak at Governor Branstread's birthday bash.
    Oh well, we are off and running and with President Obama now a lame duck and Democrats only talking abour retreads, Republicans will be focused on their new generation of electeds
     Mitt who ?
Rubio makes his Iowa debut as possible 'future' of the Republican Party | The Daily Caller

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I know you feel you got shorted when Obama won mayor but he isnt a lame duck yet.. What we have is a bunch of GOP misfits in congress who have got the country tied up all for the rich corporate bankers.. Yes.. No other pressing issues but we are worried about our having to pay our fair share Republicans and Democrats..
Lame Duck issues are here in this state.. We have one such person , a senator in this area worried about her role in the State politics and her future.. Like Doheny you have made every attempt to hide her shortcomings from the taxpayers when in fact you could probably do more good for us all if you would be a little more critical of what she does.(nothing). Shes along for the ride only. A slave to the true behind the scenes politicans. I,m disappointed in her.. I, very dissapointed in her being led around mindlessly and her having no clue... Yes shes the next Doheny the last shot the GOP gets at Owens and shes not ready for that job.. In fact shes wasnt ready for the one she got but thats our process at work...

NY21inMD said...

If I recall, Mitt Romney was the first out of the box last time. It didn't work out well for him or the party. It's too early for candidates to declare for, or even talk about, 2016. Although, for people like Marco Rubio, it's not too early to build relationships.

Dan Francis said...

Rubio is worse than Romney (as odd as that might seem), so Mr. and Mrs. Gee Old Poops, please nominate him, purty please ...

Psst: Lead balloon comes to mind.

Anonymous said...

Dan, As Obama has shown, ones politics do not cause him to win or lose. It is how he is perceived. 10:28 is the perfect nitwit that democrats (and Republicans for that matter) want hearing their messages. IF he truly believes that the GOP is in favor of the rich bankers he doesn't deserve to vote. The GOP believe that by making it easier for business (both regulation and taxes)it helps the have nots and middle class. You make disagree but lets hear the arguments instead of the Obama lines that create class warfare. Likewise I do not think the Dems want to get everyone dependent on the government so they need to vote for the Dems/ I do believe the government should have a limited role. I believe that if you provide so much to people that they can live a comfortable life without working they won't work and eventually the government will crash under it's own weight. But that doesn't mean the Dems have evil intent.

But if you can't formulate a real argument go with the party line

Dan Francis said...

8:27 -- I never go with the "Party line" unless it a line I support... I find it a good policy.

Anonymous said...

Let the demonization begin. Politics is a dirty business. It seems the only way to win is to make up lies about your opponent