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The Conservative Case Against Marco Rubio

John Hawkins, Townhall

Rubio’s sell-out on immigration was the biggest betrayal of conservatives since George Bush’s dad said, “Read my lips, no new taxes” and then raised taxes. How do you trust Rubio on any issue after he so blatantly lied on immigration? Rubio running for President today is like Benedict Arnold running for President in 1788.

Marco Rubio Doesn’t Add Up

Frank Bruni, The New York Times

According to odds makers and prediction markets, he’s the best bet. According to many commentators, too. But Iowa’s less than a month away, and in two recent polls of Republican voters there, he’s a distant third, far behind Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. So he’s killing it in New Hampshire, right? Wrong.

Rubio’s Desperate Use of the “Isolationist” Slur

Daniel Larison, The American Conservative

Rubio’s reliance on the “isolationist” slur as a crutch in his disputes with Trump and Cruz is embarrassing for him, and it shows once again that he doesn’t know how to react to nationalist hawks that disagree with him on certain policies. Neither Trump nor Cruz can be successfully labeled “isolationists.”

Cruz Excoriates Rubio - Clinton Foreign Policy

Sahil Kapur, Bloomberg

Ted Cruz on Monday offered his strongest denunciation so far of Marco Rubio's foreign policy views, assailing his Republican presidential rival as a proponent of “military adventurism” that he said has benefited Islamic militant groups. He even tied the Floridian to Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.

Cruz Fought Amnesty, Rubio Fought Conservatives

Daniel Horowitz, Conservative Review

Instead of working with conservatives, Rubio and his office coordinated attacks on conservatives together with liberals.  Even after all of his promises were exposed as pure fabrications, he still went on to star in ads for Mark Zuckerberg touting his bill as something it was not.

Cruz and Paul are Right: Rubio Has Always Been Amnesty’s Leading Advocate

Marco Rubio must be crazy if he thinks conservatives won’t remember his role in crafting and ramming through the hated “Gang of Eight” amnesty for illegal aliens bill. Although Rubio is once again engaged in his signature “say one thing do another” move on amnesty and the Trans-Pacific Partnership, this time Senators Ted Cruz and Rand Paul aren’t letting him get away with it.

Marco Rubio Leaves GOP, Joins Party of Stupid - Or Does He?

Embattled ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos has a friend in Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio. Why? Maybe it is because it turns out the main topic of several of Rubio’s past interviews with Stephanopoulos has been – you guessed it – comprehensive immigration reform.

Rubio Announces for President: Which Marco Rubio Would Show-Up For Inauguration Day?

Our concern is not with the Marco Rubio who announced on Monday, our concern is with which Marco Rubio is going to show-up on Inauguration Day if he were to win the presidency.  Would it be the “pre-Gang of Eight bill” Marco Rubio we saw yesterday, or would it be the  “after the Gang of Eight” Marco Rubio, who has spent much of the last two years scorching conservatives and advocating a bill intended to destroy the American exceptionalism Rubio claims he has launched his campaign to restore?