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Rubio schools Kerry on debt issue

This is a 14:00 video clip, but trust me when I say that it is worth every stinking second!  My man-crush on Marco Rubio grows after this clip of the junior Senator from Florida humiliating Jean-Francois Heinz-Kerry (who is rumored to have served in Vietnam).

If you’re of the ADHD variety, then jump to about 7:49 in the clip, where Lurch interrupts Rubio to ask one of his two questions.  Takeaway quote:  “To the Senator from Massachusetts, I would say that it is impossible to negotiate with someone who doesn’t have a plan.”

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August 1, 2011 - Posted by | big government, economic ignorance, Kerry, Marco Rubio

5 Comments »

  1. I so wish Rubio would jump into the 2012 race. Even with less than a year in the Senate under his belt, he’s far superior to anyone else running. And he has one key attribute that most in Congress are missing….. COMMON SENSE.
    Run Marco Run!

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | August 1, 2011

  2. Perhaps Jean Francois would like some KETCHUP with that crow sandwich. 🙂

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | August 1, 2011

  3. Oh SNAP!!! New Mancrush. Rubio/Chistie or Christie/Rubio…I don’t care

    Comment by djf | August 1, 2011

  4. Damn! He really did hand it to “Lurch”. Laid it out in common sense that it was all a set up for the Repubs to take the fall for the “crisis”. There was no debt ceiling “crisis”, there was plenty of funds to handle everything, it was up to the prez how it got paid. And, he chose to make it about the seniors.
    Candidate for President? Hmmm, could be. He appears to be superior to anyone that I’ve seen running so far.
    Thanks CL, what a treat.

    Comment by J.Guidry | August 2, 2011

  5. WOW! Just freakin’ WOW! I agree KG!
    “Perhaps Jean Francois would like some KETCHUP with that crow sandwich.”
    The OPrompter has already shown that “experience” isn’t a necessity to becoming president.

    Comment by tnjack | August 6, 2011


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