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Marco Rubio discusses Obama’s divisiveness

The Romney campaign highlighted this exceptional performance from Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), discussing the divisiveness of the Obama re-election effort at a Romney campaign event.  After discussing the merits of the two candidates, Rubio summed up the election as “a choice between a guy who has no idea what he’s doing, and a guy who does.”

Not to denigrate any of the other fine choices available to Mitt Romney for his running mate, but I’m a longtime booster for Rubio, and this clip offers a little taste of what he can do on the stump.  One quibble: I think we can dispense with the ritual salutes to what a “nice guy” Barack Obama is… particularly if he declines the opportunity to repudiate Harry Reid’s crackpot slander efforts, and the new Priorities USA ad directly accusing Romney of responsibility for a woman’s death from cancer.

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Marco Rubio discusses Obama’s divisiveness

The Romney campaign highlighted this exceptional performance from Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), discussing the divisiveness of the Obama re-election effort at a Romney campaign event.  After discussing the merits of the two candidates, Rubio summed up the election as “a choice between a guy who has no idea what he’s doing, and a guy who does.”

Not to denigrate any of the other fine choices available to Mitt Romney for his running mate, but I’m a longtime booster for Rubio, and this clip offers a little taste of what he can do on the stump.  One quibble: I think we can dispense with the ritual salutes to what a “nice guy” Barack Obama is… particularly if he declines the opportunity to repudiate Harry Reid’s crackpot slander efforts, and the new Priorities USA ad directly accusing Romney of responsibility for a woman’s death from cancer.

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