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The Hill: Marco Rubio's 'the biggest loser' in CPAC poll

From The Hill:

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has won the Conservative Political Action Conference's straw poll for the second year in a row.

Paul took 31 percent of the vote, a 20 point lead over second-place finisher Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas). The freshman senator got 11 percent, but saw a significant uptick from just 4 percent last year....

The biggest loser of the night was Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.). Though he finished in second place last year with 23 percent, this year his support cratered and he finished in seventh place with just 6 percent support. The Florida senator saw his support among the conservative base erode following his support for comprehensive immigration reform.

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Winning the CPAC straw poll is like getting elected the mayor of Crazy Town.

I remember when Al Cardenas was sane.

Miami Mein

What did Marco Rubio know about David Rivera and Ana Allliegro? Rubio has some more skeletons to be dug up.


Marco Rubio is another one of those well oiled weathervanes. No balls, refuses to follow through on any single issue. Floridians really cooked their goose voting for this grifter.

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