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Rubio in with the Bush/Cheney crowd

From Politico:

Marco Rubio's appeal to Washington's conservative and Republican establishment will be on display this Thursday at a fundraiser for him in the offices of the lobbying and consulting firm Navigators Global.

The $500-a-head event's hosts include former Vice President Dick Cheney's daughter Liz, former Dick Cheney aide Mary Matalin, former Bush Iraq spokesman Dan Senor, consultants Alex Castellanos and Phil Anderson, and former Reps. Vin Weber and J.C. Watts.

The honorary hosts of the event, which coincides with CPAC, are leading Hill conservatives, including Sens. Jim DeMint and Jim Inhofe, and Reps. Paul Ryan, Mike Pence, and Jeff Miller. Backing Rubio in the Florida Senate race is becoming a litmus test for conservatives.

Cesar Conda, who wrote recently of switching from Crist to Rubio, organized the event.


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Who would Rubio be expected to side with... John Kerry types?

Saint Petersblog

Jeb Bush, Jr. raising coin for @marcorubio in DC on eve of CPAC.


I hope Charlie wins

Is this really any surprise? We all know Rubio is a part of the Bush clan. I just wish Republicans would demand something different than another retread to Bush-ville. Rubio is just their latest proxy. Why can't we have something truly new?

Saint Petersblog

New video from @marcorubio: Looking forward to CPAC.


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