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Marco Rubio: I'm not a bigot for believing states should be able to define marriage in 'traditional way'

American Conservative Union President Al Cardenas of Miami introduced U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, at today's opening of CPAC, the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C.

The conservative crowd gave Rubio a big cheer when he said, "Just because I believe that states should have the right to define marriage in a traditional way does not make me a bigot."

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Marco Rubio has a lot of nerve. His family came over here illigally on a banana boat and he wants to deny me, a white gay US citizen with ancestors who came here legally the right to marriage and equality and he doesn't think he's a bigot! He's so preoccupied with Castro, an 500 year old toothless dinosaur with two feet in the grave, that he thinks he's a Senator from Cuba not Florida, tho one can understand the confussion. The Republicans wonder why the lost my generation..look to Rubio..if they continue down this road, they will never elect another President.

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