Sen. Marco Rubio

Republican  •  Florida  •  1st Term  •  Sworn In 2011

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  • Mocha6 01/19/2011 1:13pm

    Hello Marco,
    I’m happy you won and I would like to ask you to vote on laws from the heart and for the best of America and the American people. Please don’t be like many out there that only cares about the other parties vote or what the other party wants and just think of the people who voted for you, believing you can make a difference. Thanks, good luck.

  • bthockey 01/19/2011 1:52pm

    Even though I live in PA, I love Marco Rubio! I’m so happy that he won. Hopefully he will do a good job in the senate and pass bills that agree with our constitution. The people of Florida elected you Marco. Now, do work!

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    phoenixrising 02/17/2012 10:45pm

    I wish Rubio would move there. I have yet to meet anyone that has any use for Rubio. I know the unemployed have no use for the “Miami Senator”. Floridians didn’t elect Rubio. He suckered the elderly into voting for him. If they vote their wallet next time (since he wants to screw them), he’s gone. Rubio also forgets he represents the other half of the state. N Florida has 17-21% unemployment (depression levels). Rubio could care less.

  • nzo 01/21/2011 8:25am

    Still can’t quite believe you managed to fool that many elderly folks to get elected. I am keeping my fingers crossed you will actually vote for what is good for Fl, but after glancing over your money trail, I have a feeling you will stand by the corporations and special interest groups that bought you your seat.

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    phoenixrising 02/17/2012 10:46pm

    Exactly. Rubio is a crook.

  • ELLENANDRON 07/23/2011 4:21pm

    You seem to be following the party line and are not thinking about your constituents at all.
    You represent a state that has an estimated 3.2 million seniors or about 17% of the population. The senior figure is expected to rise to 22% by 2020, and 27% by 2030. Either you recognize that we seniors are a major voting block with basic needs for stable social security and medical care, or you and your party will be drummed out of office as seniors make viable demands for the services they bought and paid for during their working years.

    Your state also has a major immigrant population including almost 4% of whom or 800,000 people are here without proper documents, but who harvest the food for the state and for the farmers you also represent.

    You cannot continue to turn your back on these people.

  • CaptKen 08/03/2011 10:27am

    This man, Marco Rubio, is an Tea Party obstructionist. He is in the pockets of the Koch brothers and other big money corporations bent on turning our country into a nation of slaves working for less than enough money to raise themselves out of povetry. It is just unbelievable that he was able to lie his way into office. I ask all that read this to please remember to vote to have him replaced as soon as possible. Pray that there will be a republican candidate that will be a part of governing our nation, to run against this Tea Party obstructionist.

  • Mocha6 12/06/2011 9:56pm

    Extension of Section 245i of the Immigration and Nationality Act……that’s something this guy should look at! Giving people a chance to fight for the American dream. But like he said on tv not so long ago……oooohhhh it’s not that easy to fix immigration, WHAT? Really? 245i……the best way to go.

  • Proeteus 02/03/2012 10:29am

    When you voted for the NDAA you showed your true colours and where your loyalty lies and it is not with the people or the constitution which you swore an oath to uphold. For this I will not vote for you again unless you fight back and help overturn the NDAA and Patriot act. Never give up ANY rights or freedoms for security. Why erase our freedoms and let the terrorist get their way by having the government impose more laws and suppress the people.

  • randbjams 02/05/2012 2:10pm

    Senator Rubio, thanks for being a true representative with dedication as only our forefathers coined in the Constitution. You are an inspiration and a very wise professional.

  • phoenixrising 02/17/2012 10:41pm

    As a Floridian, I can tell you Rubio is a crook. He went wild with the GOP Florida State Visa and spent like $150k on himself. This guy suckered a ton of elderly people to vote for him. The Latino population can’t stand his convenient politics. He has done nothing, absolutely nothing to get jobs into Florida. Don’t believe the news. North Florida has 17-21% unemployment which is like a Depression. Only Tallahassee, where the politicians are, is decent. Central Florida is like 12-15% and South Florida is 10-12%. Rubio conveniently forgets half the state in representation. He’s called “Miami’s Senator” for a reason. He might look pretty but the only reason the GOP wants him as a Veep is to confuse white people (I’m white) that they have a use for Latino voters. If the dude above in Penn. loves him so much, I’ll pay to ship Rubio to you. Useless tea party nutcase is Marco Rubio.

  • chaplain3 01/06/2013 7:50pm

    H.J.Res.15 Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to repeal the twenty-second article of amendment, thereby removing the limitation on the number of terms an individual may serve as President.

    As a constituent in the 999th Congressional district of Florida. I oppose this resolution.

    The 22nd Amendment was added to the US Constitution in order to limit the power of a president. It should not be repealed by this Congress or any other Congress. Furthermore, I believe, as do a number of family and friends who fled Cuba, that this President is working towards gaining enough power in order to become not a long-term president, but what is ordinarily called a Dictator.

    Sincerely and as an extremely concerned citizen

  • chaplain3 01/06/2013 7:52pm

    H.J.Res.15 Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to repeal the twenty-second article of amendment, thereby removing the limitation on the number of terms an individual may serve as President.
    As a constituent in the 999th Congressional district of Florida. I oppose this resolution.
    The 22nd Amendment was added to the US Constitution in order to limit the power of a president. It should not be repealed by this Congress or any other Congress. Furthermore, I believe, as do a number of family and friends who fled Cuba, that this President is working towards gaining enough power in order to become not a long-term president, but what is ordinarily called a Dictator.
    Sincerely and as an extremely concerned citizen

  • wjc 06/21/2013 2:16pm

    Mr. Rubio:

    You continue to run your “Today” advertisement that you have admitted misrepresents S744, the ‘Gang of Eight’ bill!

    If you still have any integrity, you must pull the ad and begin telling the American people the truth: Virtually every claim you make in the ad is misleading or false.

    + You say: “[S744] puts in place the toughest enforcement measures in U.S. history.” Fact: S744 weakens current immigration law. It excludes 106 land border crossings now required to have electronic entry/exit systems!

    + You say: “No Federal Benefits.” Fact: Illegal aliens will be eligible for tax refunds, public education benefits, college subsidies, and- with green cards-Obamacare, welfare, Medicare, and Social Security.

    + You say: S. 744 “Does not encourage people to come illegally in the future.” Fact: It sets the stage for the next amnesty, giving the administration almost total discretion to not deport future illegal aliens, including criminals.

    I am sorely disappointed.

  • morrisdl 10/14/2013 1:02pm

    Sen. Rubio,

    We have asked for ACA changes for three years. Rammed through Congress via Democrat majority without any desire for long term consensus, there are dozens of problems and the administration is a complicated, overpriced mess. 80 ACA amendments were submitted, along with 11 House bills to improve access and reduce costs. Sen. Reid ignored all requests and polarized Congress, forcing the House to move to delay or defund the ACA. He rejected multiple CRs funding the government and forced an impasse.

    Sen. Reid’s actions have damaged the nation, were partisan, and petty. He needs to be removed for failure to lead, damaging Congressional relations, stonewalling all bills offered by the House, and for bringing the federal government to a stop.

    Senator Rubio, the citizens of Florida need you to be more vocal on this matter and press for leadership change in the Senate.

    Respectfully


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