Saturday, February 12, 2011

CPAC 2011: So much for the Marco Rubio boycott:


The absence of Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla, at the conference that solidified his celebrity last year, was inaccurately reported as a sign of conservative dissent. Jim DeMint had skipped the conference; Rubio was a protege. Was this a sign of a broader revolt?


The full story is here.

8 comments:

Right Wingnut said...

Eeshh....From the aticle:

Cardenas, famously, had supported Charlie Crist over Rubio in the primary.

Anonymous said...

You're probably looking at the VP candidate for whoever wins the nomination.

Ann said...

He probably does have a future on a ticket, but not until he gets some time under his belt in the Senate.

Anonymous said...

I have no doubt we are looking at a future Presidential candidate. Maybe 2020!

zeke

ConMan said...

Rubio needs to put some time in first before he should be considered for Pres or VP

kelly said...

I'm glad Rubio is showing he's his own man and not a follower.

Revolution 2010 said...

I agree with all of the comments here.

Noelle said...

I really like Rubio, at least what I've seen so far. I could support him for VP, but I would prefer to see him finish his term in the Senate. I'm still leaning towards a Romney/Jindal ticket. Romney/Rubio does have a nice ring to it, though.