Friday, December 19, 2014

Rubio Believes Paul is Clueless...

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Summing it up for those who follow the insanity rule, which is, if it isn't working keep doing the same thing for as long as it takes until it does Senator Rubio declares Senator Paul "clueless" for his support of Presidemt Obama's move to ease restrictions and normalize diplomatic relations with Cuba.

The 50-year embargo just hasn’t worked, if the goal was regime change, it sure doesn’t seem to be working,” Paul, Kentucky’s junior senator, said during an interview this week. “Probably, it punishes the people more than the regime because the regime can blame the embargo for hardship.” - Senator Rand Paul


I would expect that people would understand that if they just took a moment to analyze that, they would realize that the embargo is not what’s hurting the Cuban people, it’s the lack of freedom and the lack of competent leaders.” - Senator Marco Rubio

From this corner of reality we would expect most people, after analyzing the Rubio and Rand statements and position from a reasoned rational persective, will judge Rubio rather than Paul to be suffering from cluelessness.

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Via: Memeorandum

6 comments:

  1. Not only is Rubio wet behind the ears, he's also clueless. It's amazing how little he understands the world and world politics. "It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his political ambitions depend upon his not understanding it!"

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    1. Shaw: Marc O'Rubio is cut from purely partisan cloth, with not much of a thread of principle. I've used this sort of phrase to describe many Democrats,yes. But many Republicans, including this man, fit it perfectly.

      Rand Paul seems cut from better cloth, but not always...

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    2. Rand Paul is usually cut from a better cloth. I have began to see Rubio in a different light than I did a year ago.

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  2. Awe shucks! Maybe it was just another Marco Magnifico slip of the sip moment.

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  3. Marco Magnifico indeed. Speaking of gravitas, does anyone really believe seriously that he is a heavyweight contender for the 2016 republican nomination?

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    1. If his opponent is the thin-skinned, pickled-in-scandal, worn out Hillary, then O'Reilly has a chance.

      If the Demo field a dynamic candidate who speaks to the middle as well as the left, represents a new direction rather than a dynasty, and who has an actual record of executive accomplishment..... then put butter on O'Rubio. Because he will be toast

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