Well it will be interesting. Don't forget, we know who Rubio is here in Florida.<quoted text>
We don't have to pretend to be anything other than what we've always been. The party who holds traditional values and believes government unchecked is the enemy.
We just have to reach out and get that message across in 2016 better than we did this time around. It should be a lot easier to do after four years of Democrats getting their way.
Marco Rubio is already preparing to be the face of the Republican party in 2016. But I'm sure you'll find some way to crucify a Latino who disagrees with your ideology too.
Women don't want the government to control their bodies; they don't want to beg the government to have an abortion and prove they were raped. Women don't want to be raped by the state with a vaginal probe and then be forced to pay $500 for the procedure.
Why do the the republicans always unite in wanting to make lives difficult for women and gays? That has to just stop, it's just not right Carol, it's sickening.
A friend said to me; maybe the losing candidate should be VP; and interesting thought. Ultimately we are all Americans. It is the Right who has made the divide larger through pandering to religious fanatics, corporations, the NRA etc. Maybe it's time that the people realize that they are being used.