Originally Posted by Cuauhtémoc1520
I don't know, those are big predictions. Latino's don't vote just because one is Latino and the other is not. I think Rubio is going to have to change his stances on a lot of things for that to happen but I actually like Rubio.
"Those who don't write the menu, are condemned to be on it."
i have a hell of a lot more influence on the world around me through the work that i do than for a vote that i'd be throwing away in a state that almost always votes democratic.
new england will not be anybody's lunch. if he is it will be to cash out when he's in his late 50's, and it's going to take a good chunk of change to buy me out.
if i felt strong enough in my support for either candidate i would have tried to make the time to vote for him.
last time around i voted for barack obama, which really didn't amount to much.
let's see if the policies he's able to enact this time match the grandeur of his political rhetoric. going off of his first term i'd liken him to david haye without a knockout punch.