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Rubio's two-minute closing argument on TV

Get out the hankies. Senate frontrunner Marco Rubio has released what his campaign is calling the "closing argument" of his campaign, and it comes with arresting images of war, the Depression, children waving American flags, and old black-and-white photos of his parents.

As the frontrunner, Rubio can afford to close out with a mostly positive message that only briefly chides "typical politicians who will say or do anything or fall for the same false attacks they recycle almost every election." The ad wraps in the main themes of his campaign -- that American is "exceptional;" that he, as the son of immigrants, is the product of that exceptional society; and that he will protect this land of hopes and dreams from darker forces in Washington.

Take a look: