Will Marco Rubio be the next president of the United States?
After last night's speech do you think Marco Rubio will be giving his first State of the Union in 4 years or do you think it is no more then Bobby Jindal's response to State of the Union in 2009 where any 2012 presidential chances were forgotten about? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLmZbBh83-I
I say Rubio-Ryan 2016
- Anonymous8 years agoFavorite Answer
Marco Rubio, I'm sure, would like to be the next Republican nominee and the next president. He has a long way to go. Rubio delivered the official Republican response to the State of the Union. For the Tea Party that wasn't enough. They scheduled Rand Paul to deliver their own response. This is in spite of the fact that Rubio won his Senate Seat in 2010 with Tea Party support. Rubio will face opposition within his own party. It looks like the Tea Party faction is grooming a candidate also. The Democrats also have candidates that are preparing for the race.
Also, is delivering the official Republican response that big a deal? Who remembers who delivered the response in 2012? It was Mitch Daniels, Governor of Indiana. Who delivered the Tea Party response? Herman Cain.
- graneauLv 44 years ago
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- Elliott NLv 68 years ago
His star is burning bright much too soon, giving the Democrats too much time to dig up dirt and smear him before 2016. The Democrats see him as a threat because he is Hispanic and speaks Spanish. George W. Bush also spoke Spanish and got over 50% of the Hispanic vote and would not have been president if he had not.
- Bob WLv 68 years ago
I hope not. The GOP always nominates the front-runner but right now there is no front-runner because the GOP does not have 4 year contests and no one is paying any attention.
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- Dan L BounLv 78 years ago
Only if, the Republicans program of, voter suppression, voter intimidation, voter ID, shortened voting days, & the big one, gerrymandering, & Republicans manage to gerrymander the electoral vote....
- DesireLv 78 years ago
Possibly but too early to tell.
- kathy_is_a_nurseLv 78 years ago
Works for me!
- 5 years ago
"He's young, Hispanic, very articulate, charismatic, and not crazy" or so they say
- Anonymous8 years ago
could beSource(s): Go Republicans!