Can Marco Rubio Live Up to the Hype?By Beth Reinhard
He’s the GOP’s Barack Obama, a fresh-faced politician with an immigrant name, a playlist full of rap, and a collection of fawning press clips. The challenge: He’s selling the same old party message.
ICYMI: Marco Rubio takes a water break mid-State of the Union response.
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“I have never understood self-deportation and what the governor (Mitt Romney) has presented as a policy," said Rubio. "It’s not a policy. It’s an observation of what people will do in a country that’s enforcing its immigration laws.”
– Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., comments on immigration and Mitt Romney’s self-deportation policy.