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Rubio Clowns Charlie Crist
As An Embarrassing Phony

Breitbart InstaBlog, by Javier Manjarres

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Posted By:KarenJ1, 5/7/2014 6:59:15 PM

It was only a matter of time before Senator Marco Rubio chimed in on Charlie Crist´s "absurd" statement that the reason why he left the Republican Party was because it veered "hard right" and became racist. Rubio appeared on Fox News with Neil Cavuto, where Cavuto ask him if he though Crist was a phony, and Rubio replied, "absolutley." Even Democrats will be embarrassed that Charlie Crist became a Democrat-Sen. Marco Rubio Rubio asked why didn´t Crist just become an Democrat instead of an Independent, if he really felt this way? Even after four years, Rubio still owns Crist. Dale! (Cuban slang for BOOM!

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Posted By: KarenJ1- 5/7/2014 6:59:15 PM     Post Reply
It was only a matter of time before Senator Marco Rubio chimed in on Charlie Crist´s "absurd" statement that the reason why he left the Republican Party was because it veered "hard right" and became racist. Rubio appeared on Fox News with Neil Cavuto, where Cavuto ask him if he though Crist was a phony, and Rubio replied, "absolutley." Even Democrats will be embarrassed that Charlie Crist became a Democrat-Sen. Marco Rubio Rubio asked why didn´t Crist just become an Democrat instead of an Independent, if he really felt this way? Even after four years, Rubio still owns Crist. Dale! (Cuban slang for BOOM!

   

 

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