Rubio's PAC airing ads defending...

Rubio's PAC airing ads defending Ayotte on guns

There are 5 comments on the Seattle Times story from May 13, 2013, titled Rubio's PAC airing ads defending Ayotte on guns. In it, Seattle Times reports that:

A political group backed by Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida is coming to the aid of New Hampshire Sen.

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BandMaster

Since: Sep 11

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#1 May 13, 2013
Rubio is a really good guy. Nothing like that liar, Obama.
Gravediggers

Boynton Beach, FL

#2 May 13, 2013
Obama administration complicit in tapping AP phones lines,

Obama administration IRS hounding Conservative groups,

Obama administration lying in regard to Benghazi.

And that's just in the first 5 months of his second term.

More to come....
American Pride

Chula Vista, CA

#3 May 13, 2013
CORRECTION: Rubio WAS a potential candidate for Presidential election 2016!! Rubio, citizens will NEVER forget your betrayal of us with this illegal alien amnesty assault on American sovereignty!
Mexican pride

Lodi, CA

#5 May 14, 2013
Rubio learned from Romneys mistakes!
shameless-li

Denver, CO

#6 May 15, 2013
Gravediggers wrote:
Obama administration IRS hounding Conservative groups,
"Most people are outraged that the IRS recently targeted 300 or more conservatives groups. Even liberals are mad. But we should keep a sense of proportion and recall that the IRS targeted liberal groups under President Bush, writes Alex Seitz-Wald in liberal mag Salon.
"In 2004, the IRS went after the NAACP, auditing the nation's oldest civil rights group after its chairman criticized President Bush for being the first sitting president since Herbert Hoover not to address the organization," writes Seitz-Wald. He quotes the then NAACP chairman: "It's pretty obvious that the complainant was someone who doesn't believe George Bush should be criticized, and it's obvious of their response that the IRS believes this, too."
In 2006, the IRS investigated Greenpeace at the instigation of a pressure group funded by Exxon Mobile.
In 2005 the Senate held a hearing on political activity by "social welfare" groups, at which it was noted that the IRS needed "to better define the lines between politics and social welfare," writes Seitz-Wald. Yet nothing was done. Meanwhile nonprofits experienced bizarre inconsistencies, like the non-profit Emerge America which was given non-profit status in Kentucky but denied it in Massachusetts, Maine, and Nevada.
Given that history, perhaps we should focus on the IRS's decades-long inconsistency and sloppy rules rather than attacking the agency for partisanship under Obama, Seitz-Wald's piece implies."

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