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Jack Hunter Comments on Marco Rubio: "Bush Did A Fantastic Job"

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Rubio: George W. Bush ‘did a

Rubio: George W. Bush ‘did a fantastic job as president’

"Bush Did A Fantastic

"Bush Did A Fantastic Job...For the Federal Reserve (Goldman Sachs et. al)."

Jack Hunter

Calms me down with reason and logic. He should be the Whitehouse.org Webmaster

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Link to video where Rubio says W did a fantastic job

Here is the link to the video where Rubio says it.


"Know what you know, know what you don't know, and understand and appreciate the distinction."


Sorry if I'm not in the correct venue but

I can't help but think that this film epitomizes our movement:





You can't get clean in a dirty bathtub.


He's almost surely another Agent Smith.

Take the red pill.

Knew it..

He showed signs of neoconism...looks like he's got a full blown case of it.

Edit: The video is a little off-putting. Can't believe he's quoting that douche Demint.

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Should tell you something...

Even that douche DeMint doesn't like Bushie.

Sooo, that doesn't go far enough.

He's a fake ass co-opting faux Liberty politician. The fact that he supports Romney should tell YOU something.

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Marco Rubio is a fraud.

Marco Rubio is a fraud.


Rubio is no friend of the people

I have family who live in Florida who have dealt with the man - and he is a politician through and through - doing whatever it takes to advance his own career. He is well spoken and probably got into it for the right reasons but I do not trust the man in any way.

Also, he KNOWS he is not eligible for being either the Vice President or the President but does not say that openly and upfront. Neither of his parents were citizens of the US when he was born which means that he already holds the highest office in the land that he can hold. I am amazed that the GOP would want the same issue with one of their candidates that the Dems have with Obama...

Just further proof that it truly is one party called by 2 different names.

Rubio is NOT to be trusted... he is bought and sold already. And he is already attempting to deceive with his silence about not being eligible. How could anyone trust him?


I'm not going to get into the

I'm not going to get into the debate as to whether Rubio would historically be considered a "natural born citizen," but the Supreme Court's interpretation is that anyone born on US soil, or born abroad to US citizens (with some conditions) is a "natural born citizen." Right or wrong, that's all that really matters. Anyways, Rubio's said he doesn't want to be VP, and I think it would look bad on him if he flip flopped this late, but we'll see what happens if Romney does indeed get the nomination


vs. Happersett (Supreme Court case) clearly defines natural born citizen...and Rubio ain't one!!!

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"The opinion (written by

"The opinion (written by Chief Justice Morrison Waite) first asked whether Minor was a citizen of the United States, and answered that she was, citing both the Fourteenth Amendment and earlier common law. Exploring the common-law origins of citizenship, the court observed that "new citizens may be born or they may be created by naturalization" and that the Constitution "does not, in words, say who shall be natural-born citizens." Under the common law, according to the court, "it was never doubted that all children born in a country of parents who were its citizens became themselves, upon their birth, citizens also. These were natives, or natural-born citizens, as distinguished from aliens or foreigners."[12] The court observed that some authorities "include as citizens children born within the jurisdiction without reference to the citizenship of their parents"—but since Minor was born in the United States and her parents were U.S. citizens, she was unquestionably a citizen herself, even under the narrowest possible definition, and the court thus noted that the subject did not need to be explored in any greater depth."

This is cut and pasted from wikipedia FYI. I think the last couple lines are key; the court noted that some authorities include all children born in their jurisdiction as citizens - they didn't bother to decisively define the term because Minor was a citizen, even under the most narrow interpretation. Regardless, my comment was with regard to the US Supreme Court - and if you think they would define Rubio as a "natural-born citizen," then you're crazy. Under your definition (note that I'm not saying it's incorrect - I haven't done sufficient research on this topic), Obama isn't a natural-born citizen, regardless of where he was born - however, he's served as president for three years now, because the Supreme Court would affirm his natural born status, rightly or wrongly. That's all I'm saying