Comments: Otequay of the Ayday

We are bound by an imperceptible tie, you and me. Gravitational waves? More like quantum entanglement -- as soon as I come to a position, I usually find you to be full-on against it.

I came to the realization yesterday that I was all in for Senator Rubio. He had a nice interview with Chris Wallace on FOXNews Sunday (To be fair, so did Mr, Trump.)

-- Sen. Rubio is young and likable -- a great contrast to either fossil coming out of the DNC this year.

-- Down deep, I think he has good ideas on immigration. He is sublimating those to get the nomination, but c'est la guerre.

-- His tenure as Florida's Speaker of the House impressed many. I find that better executive qualification than being one of 100 senators.

-- He can play in the establishment pool, but -- and I am sorry short memory folks -- he was a new wave Tea Party candidate in 2010 against Gov. Crist.

He has attracted endorsements from Republicans I do like, including Rep. Trey Gowdy, Gov. Nikki Haley, and Sen. Jeff Flake. A Facebook post in a group said "Trey Gowdy is dead to me now!" Gotta love that unity. But that's a good and diverse group.

Posted by jk at February 22, 2016 3:48 PM

And despite endorsements from South Carolina's governor, Senator and most popular Congressman, Rubio could only tie for second place.

Posted by johngalt at February 23, 2016 12:49 PM

RE: "Fossils."

"I promise not to make my opponent's youth and inexperience an issue in this campaign. - R. Reagan"

Posted by johngalt at February 23, 2016 12:53 PM
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