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Rush Limbaugh dreams about Marco Rubio for president


Well everyone has to have a dream.

Apparently making tens-of-millions of dollars for chatting on the radio for three hours a day is not a big enough dream for Rush Limbaugh.

Considering the fact that he gets paid for doing what any decent Irishman does over a pint - offer political opinion - you would think Limbaugh would be a happy fellow.

Instead, he finds doom everywhere. His latest solution for saving us from ourselves is Marco Rubio.

Limbaugh loves Rubio. He believes Rubio should run for president and said as much on his program Tuesday.

"I wish the damn guy, I wish the guy would run for president. Marco Rubio."Rubiofin1

The "damn guy" was said with affection.

President? Really?

Based on what? Two months as a United States senator.

Crowley Political Report suspects that Rubio knows better. The Republican freshman is probably enjoying the attention and there is little doubt that he will be a finalist when the eventual GOP nominee is shopping for a running mate.

Meanwhile, take a deep breath Rush and enjoy the ocean view from your Palm Beach mansion.

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Art by Patrick Crowley



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Wow, I wonder what the requirements are for writing for this site. A pulse? That can't be it, because that leaves the possibility of a brain...Obama was a FRESHMAN Senator who gave one speech, and his complete imcompetance is showing with soaring unemployment, inflation through the roof, unprecetented debt, and complete inability to pass any reasonable legislation with complete control of the senate and the house. Rubio has been in a representative in the house in Florida much longer than in DC, which means he is more than ready for the White House. Maybe he will replace this baffoon who the media and ignorants weap over, and bring some deceny back to the office of the President.

Get Smart

I second the nomination of Marco Rubio for President!


There are no political requirements for running for President. We'd be better off if we ended the philosophy that politician is a career.

David Kalat

I didn't vote for Obama. I think he has done a miserable job. His $819 billion Stimulus Package is a bust.

I like Rubio. He is all the American values that Obama is not.


Really? He isn't ready? And Obama was? Wow...what a stretch. Mr. Community Organizer with so little in the way of practical experience in...ANYTHING is qualified and Rubio isn't. More extremist left wing bologna (nice word for what's being dumped on us and has been dumped on us by the LameStream Press for over 2 years).

Rubio in 2012!!!

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