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Marco Rubio hits back at "trial lawyer" Charlie Crist over Obamacare note


It's feelin' a little 2010 around here.

Former Gov. Charlie Crist needled the man who beat him three years ago in the U.S. Senate race over Marco Rubio's partipation in Obamacare.

Rubio's office is hitting back at Crist (now running for governor), pointing out in a statement from spokesman Alex Conant that the senator has to sign up:

“As a trial lawyer, Charlie Crist should know the difference between following the law and endorsing it. Maybe this will help: the country is now deeper in debt because of the laws Charlie Crist endorsed, while millions of Floridians are paying more in taxes because they're following the laws Charlie Crist signed as Governor.”