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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Rubio vowing to take America in a 'new direction' in 2016

Marco Rubio tonight entered the 2016 race for the presidency, making him the fourth high-profile politician from either political party to take the dive.

'Yesterday is over, and we're never going back,' he said as he took a jab at Hillary Clinton, who yesterday announced her own bid, calling her a candidate of 'yesterday.'

The highest office in the land used to be 'reserved for the rich and the powerful,' he said, 'but I live in an exceptional country, a country where the son of a bartender and a maid...can have the same dreams and the same future as those who come from power and privilege.'

Promising to bring about a 'new American century,' 43-year-old Rubio said he would not step aside and wait his turn, as some have suggested he should, to run for higher office.

'I can make a difference as president,' he proclaimed.



Anonymous said...

Considering the current dumbocrat was elected on the basis of the color of his skin - and the HildaBeast is running simply cuz "it's time for a woman in the white house", that party can't put up a reasonable candidate standing for an actual issue of the people!

Anonymous said...

Rubio can run as "first Hispanic." I don't have a problem with a woman president, Clinton just isn't the right one.

Anonymous said...

lmao isn't that the same thing obummer promised to do?
We are so lucky! NOT.
Rand Paul is the only one who makes any sense, the rest are warmongers!

Anonymous said...

Rubio is not ready for prime time.