Marco Rubio on Nov. 2 Election: “A Generational Choice”

October 26, 2010

Marco Rubio, the next Senator from Florida, summarizes why he is running for office in one of the final ads of this election season. The Nov. 2 election is a generational choice, a choice between a renewed believe that America is an exceptional country where anyone can achieve their dreams however humble their origins and the Obama believe that America should become more like the rest of the world, a world where your birth limits what you can achieve.

Watch Marco Rubio express the essence of this election better than anyone:

Rubio has become known nationally for his ability to present the ideas of conservatives and the Tea Party movement. When he announced his candidacy, there was no Tea Party and he was trailing far behind the candidate who at the time was endorsed by the Republican establishment and who now has been reduced to the role of onstage heckler during the debates between Rubio and Democrat Kendrick Meek.

Hot Air calls this ad “the first ad of the 2016 presidential primary.” We prefer to be more optimistic and hope that a Tea Party Republican defeats Obama in 2012 and will be running for a second term in 2016. We have no doubt that Marco Rubio would be a great candidate for President one day, but right now we need the 39-year-old as a leader of the opposition to Obama socialism in the Senate.

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