Senators Rubio and Wyden Challenge The Higher Education Cartel

    Democratic Senator Ron Wyden and Republican Senator Marco Rubio probably have more in common than it would help either man’s higher ambitions to admit. They both have a set of standards and decency that cause them to take affront to blatant evil. Individually, both have done the Lord’s work when confronted with disgusting DC. For Wyden, the lying suck-weasels of the NSA made him take | Read More »

    Cruz: Conservative Courageous Competent Communicator

    Senator Cruz has the 4 C’s: Conservative Courageous Competent Communicator In order to beat Hillary, Republicans have to focus. We need to rally around the best candidate early. And we have to choose a courageous fighter. He/she must be a conservative who is able to communicate. And the most important quality in this candidate must be competence. When all of these qualities coalesce in one | Read More »

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    Mr. Rubio goes to Washington

    Sen. Marco Rubio has many fine qualities. He is a genuinely nice guy. His conservative attitude is genuine, and his gift of expression is exceptional. The enthusiasm he brings to the conservatives and the Republican Party has been wonderful. He holds the right core beliefs, and he has the potential to be the voice for a new generation of conservatives. In 2010, I campaigned for | Read More »

    Constance Cafavy And Comprehensive Amnesty Reform

    Our cognitive block here is the assumption that all people are equal, which means “identical” in the common parlance, and thus that we can just replace a whole bunch of our people with others and everything will be fine. Even more, however, I think our people want to be replaced. They want to die. Just not now, but they want to know they destroyed this society. Because they hate it. They hate it for being weak, for being in a state of dying, for being a hateful place that sucks them in and makes them whores to money with no greater purpose.

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    America has a significant and over-arching problem. A problem that explains the flaccid economy and the dystopic dysfunction that is Bulletmore, Murderland or Chicago, ILLinois. It’s a problem that a very smart and evil man-spider named Charles Schumer has figured out and that a very ambitious and amoral man name Marco Rubio suffers from as he seeks to acquire more power and dominance. It’s a problem that arises when a civilization spends itself out and doesn’t understand and believe that it has a purpose beyond being a giant pez-dispenser of goodies to a clamoring populace. We are a nation that no longer believes that it holds any particular special moral high ground and the immigration debate in Congress is just another attempt to either fix this problem or make it go away.

    Schumer, Rubio and the rest of the Gang of 8 seek to make the problem go away. If you have a population that you believe sucks and can’t cut it in the modern world, you can solve this problem two ways. You can upgrade this populace and seek to improve them as human beings, or you can hose them out the way Hercules cleaned the Augean Stables and replace them with harder workers. Senator Rubio explains below.

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    The Watercooler ~ RedState’s Daily Open Thread

    Not much to comment on today. Christopher Dorner is still at-large and keeping a lot of policemen and their families on edge. Politically, a malaise seems to be setting in as Americans lose interest and trust in the leaders they sent to Washington. Same faces, same power-structure, little hope that they will do anything that helps the country. On the Democratic side, the One has | Read More »

    Immigration and the Right path forward…

    John McCain has been a lost cause for years.  And now so is Marco Rubio.  I hope that he sees the light, but I also know that this is an issue that Republicans somehow don’t know how to communicate well to the country as a whole. We need to insist on border enforcement as Part I of a process.  We can make this point readily | Read More »

    No Cutting Line

    Congressman Rubio, Consider this: I remember standing in a long check out line in a grocery store one day. The store was hot, there must have been fifty people in line and I was right in the middle of all of them. The line was so slow everybody eventually became, well, let’s just say they were, “less than happy”. As I approached the counter, and | Read More »

    Why Marco Rubio MUST Be Our Next Vice President

    This is truly a time to prepare for the future, to set the stage.  Maybe not this month or even this year, but this election at this point in history.  Special people come along only occasionally, yet they seem to be created by fate just when they can make the necessary difference.  Think of our founding fathers, of Lincoln, of Churchill, of Truman, and of | Read More »

    Rubio for Minority Leader

    It’s time for McConnell to step down as Minority Leader. His capitulation to President Obama yesterday makes it clear he is no longer the right person to lead Republicans in the Senate. Conservatives and Tea Partiers need to start calling for his resignation. Who should replace him? I propose Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL). He is leading the conservative movement in the Senate and could be the | Read More »

    Post-Obama: Restoration of a Nation

    Sifting through the rubble of weakened nationalism, remnants from the steep learning curve of a dogmatic, bereft-of-centricity ideologue are the harsh reality the next President of the United States inherits as part of rebuilding all that’s been compromised in the disquieting four years of Barack Obama. Developing America’s natural energy resources, tapping into the most innovative minds and cognizance leading to job creation will be unharnessed. | Read More »

    Romney/Rubio best chance for Republicans

    Republican really look silly this season. They’re looking for a Conservative superman to come out of nowhere instead of someone who will be a good President. I’m a conservative but I’m not an idealogue. Idealogues like Rush, Hannity and Ingraham gave us John McCain in 2008. They tried to stall the race until a superman entered the race and Mcain won by default. They tried | Read More »

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    The Republican field isn’t thin

    The best Republican candidates have decided not to run!  Tomorrow night, Fox News will broadcast a debate between the declared Republican candidates: Tim Pawlenty, Ron Paul, Gary Johnson, Rick Santorum, and Herman Cain. Two other declared candidates: Buddy Roemer and Fred Karger have been excluded because they don’t have even 1% support.   What a joke.  Wouldn’t you rather have a debate between the Republican | Read More »

    Marco Rubio Says No To The Tea Party Caucus, Michele Bachmann Invites “Trouble”

    Last week, Senator Rubio debated the necessity of the Tea Party Caucus. I wrote what I saw as the pros and cons of joining. It seems that he’s decided to skip it. Javier Majarres reports Rubio’s comment: ” Why do we need something in addition to the steering committee?…My concern is that politicians all of a sudden start co-opting the mantle of “Tea Party”. If | Read More »

    Marco Rubio Says No To The Tea Party Caucus, Michele Bachmann Invites “Trouble”

    Last week, Senator Rubio debated the necessity of the Tea Party Caucus. I wrote what I saw as the pros and cons of joining. It seems that he’s decided to skip it. Javier Majarres reports Rubio’s comment: ” Why do we need something in addition to the steering committee?…My concern is that politicians all of a sudden start co-opting the mantle of “Tea Party”. If | Read More »

    VFW spitting on vets!!

    I’m highly pissed off right now after seeing the list of endorsements from the VFW-PAC. In NC, they are endorsing Etheridge, Price, Schuler, and Miller, to name a few. In FL, they are NOT endorsing West nor Rubio VFW-PAC’s lis contact info for VFW-PAC:  202-544-5868 (voicemail currently full) vfwpac@vfw.org H/T to blackfive.net