God help Florida!
Just a few reminders of Florida’s past with this,
No Show Rubio is running again
O.K. Floridians, it is once again time to refresh our memories of or past experiences with (no-show Rubio) in the congress of the state of Florida and his time, or better said, “Lack of time in the Senate to represent you in the congress of this country?
Marco Rubio is called “No Show Rubio!” for a very good reason.
He has done, did, and will always do, a half-hearted job
of being a senator for the state of Florida!
If you are a female living
in the state of Florida,
“Heaven Help You!”
Because, as usual, Marco Rubio has already proven that he
‘Will Not Help You’!
Even though he said just one month ago
that he had completely ruled out running for reelection in the Senate,
it looks like
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.)
has had a change of heart.
Rubio on Wednesday announced that he will officially seek reelection for his Senate seat, which Republicans had feared would certainly fall into Democratic hands unless Rubio got in the race.
The announcement comes after Rep. David Jolly (R-Fla.) told CNN on last week that Rubio would be getting back in the race.
Rubio’s likely opponent in the race will be Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-Fla.),
who has consistently lead fellow Rep. Alan Grayson in polls for the
Florida Democratic Senate primary.
Senator Marco Rubio’s past
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Improper use of party credit cards: From 2005 until when he left the state Legislature in 2009, Rubio had access to an American Express credit card paid for by the Republican Party of Florida. During his time as speaker, from 2007 to 2009, Rubio often used this card to pay for personal expenses—and some of those expenses ended up paid by the state GOP. In early 2010, when Florida newspapers began to dig into these credit card records, Rubio said he had done nothing wrong and had paid American Express around $16,000 between 2007 and 2008 to cover personal expenses that he had charged, such as $181.56 at the Museum of Natural History in New York City. Rubio also put a $10,000 charge on a party card for a family vacation at a resort in Georgia before ultimately gathering money from family members and paying American Express directly, according to The New Republic.
Marco Rubio was a Florida House of Representative because of
intentional misrepresentation of facts
by fox network for the purpose of perpetuation
their biased “conservative” agenda.
It’s hard to know how many people
attended Glen Beck’s rally
as the number goes through
foxification before every report.