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Rubio visits Afghanistan, Pakistan. Was the trip necessary?

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  1. great article, Marco Robo (in spanish robo means theft) is not for the troops or anyone my friend, Rubio is all about what benefits him and him only. In his past, (as well as in the future)he’s noctoriously known for approving taxpayer $$$$$ to a number of companies where he either had a vested interest or once the moneis were awarded he would position himself to collect a ‘consulting fee’ in the tune of hundreds of thousands of our hard earned money, but this is not news among our politicians, and surely Marco Robo is not be the grandfather of corruption (yet), keep an eye on him he sure is the rising star ‘Micheal Corleone’. Among my circle of friends we call Senator Robo ‘la jinetera’ or ‘la prosti’..t.u.d.e.. a few of the most appropiate nick-names indeed.

    • Hi Victor,

      Thank you for the straight up inside view some folks have about Rubio. They all need watching today. Do you feel I was justified in saying Rubio should have turned down this trip, saved us tax dollars, and got to work here at home?

  2. I too am happy Senator Rubio is taking the interest to support our troops.I just do not see a viable reason for our elecetd officials going traveling around the world here. They can show real support by working here to ensure they have everything they need and doing what they are elected to do, IMO. Photo ops do not impress me when it comes to supporting our troops.

    With 14.5 trillion in debt and counting, I can think of 50 pressing issues I would rather see my Senator working on here at home, rather than taking this trip abroad.

    Thank you for joining in the discussion here at CDN, and I hope to see you back.

  3. I see your point on the Cash issue. However look how long it took the POTUS to visit the Troops and Generals. I am happy Rubio takes an interest so he can speak about supporting our Troops.