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Rubio: “These Are The Tactics Of The Third World”

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I have been missing from the blogosphere for a little while, but I’m back…and what a week.

I had no idea where to begin since there is so much to cover, I decided to start with Marco Rubio (my politician crush.) Today Marco Rubio took to the Senate Floor to speak out about Obama’s scandalous behavior regarding the Internal Revenge Service. Sorry I meant Internal Revenue Service (IRS.)

SEN. MARCO RUBIO (R-FL): “So in the span of four days, [there were] three major revelations about the use of government power to intimidate those who are doing things that the government doesn’t like. These are the tactics of the third world. These are the tactics of places that don’t have the freedoms and the independence that we have here in this country. And it is shocking to Americans that this would come to light in the way that it has. I would submit to you, however, that none of this is new. That what we see emerging here is a pattern, a culture, a culture of intimidation, of hardball politics that we saw both on the campaign trail and now through the apparatus of government.”

The only thing I disagree with Marco Rubio is that these are not the ‘tactics of the third world’ but of a communist country.

We must all stand together and not let this or Benghazi slide under the table.

Read and see more: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2013/05/15/rubio_on_obamas_scandalous_behavior_these_are_the_tactics_of_the_third_world.html

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This entry was posted on May 15, 2013 by in USA Politics and tagged , , , .

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