Sunday, May 17, 2015

Rubio is Out Foxed?

A politician's statements are about as reliable as a $10 Rolex.

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) on Sunday struggled to offer a clear answer to persistent questions about his seemingly fluctuating position on the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

In an interview with Fox News' Chris Wallace, Rubio repeatedly said it was "not a mistake" to invade Iraq. But when pressed about inconsistencies in his past statements on the issue, Rubio grasped for words, refuted the premise of Wallace's questions, and offered up vague eplanations about "the way the real world works." —Jon Terbush


  1. Considering where the opinion of most of the country is on this issue, I don't understand why this question is so hard to answer. That said, I don't know why the press keeps asking it.

  2. Rubio has also waffled on immigration reform. After sponsoring a bill, which passed the Senate, he turned around and completely abandoned it, like a red headed stepchild. Many Republicans are now questioning his qualifications for the Presidency. It also looks like he will run for President and Senator at the same time.