[Ed. – I don’t think Marco “Agua” Rubio is our guy for ’16.]
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) says he will decide on a potential 2016 presidential run “in the coming weeks.” He’ll do so without the help of a pro-amnesty adviser and former chief of staff who has left his office.
“For me, the decision is made based on the following: I have my agenda that I have talked about for more than 4 years, and the decision that I have to make is where is the best place to advance this agenda—as a presidential candidate or continue at the majority in the Senate—that is a decision I will make in the coming weeks along with my family, because it requires a whole series of things,” Rubio said Friday on a Colombian radio show, according to the Tampa Bay Times.
Cesar Conda, who has had ties to George Soros and has been praised by some of the most pro-amnesty leaders on the left, reportedly left Rubio’s office to go back to lobbying. Conda was his chief of staff and then had moved over to his political action committee. …
Before Democrats took a thumping in the midterms, Rubio implied that it was more likely he would run for president if Democrats retained control of the Senate