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Marco Rubio to get Brookings intro from foreign policy pal, Joe Lieberman

If you haven't seen enough of Sen. Marco Rubio in the newspapers, blogs, Twitter, the cable shows or in person, you have another shot to catch the Republican vice-presidential shortlister noon tomorrow at a Washington Brookings Institution.

Rubio, a member of the Committee on Foreign Relations, is scheduled to give a "major speech" on foreign policy, his office says.

And for those who think he's being too partisan these days, Rubio will get an intro from Independent  Sen. Joe Lieberman, fellow foreign-policy/Israel hawk. The two travelled to Libya after Qahdafi fell (but before he was killed) and co-authored a Wall Street Journal op-ed on the matter in June.