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Time for Recess

I’m not sharp enough to predict how this will all work out; I’m not sure anyone is. But I’m old enough to not be starry-eyed over any legislation or any legislator. OTOH, it strikes me as wrong to throw stones at our up-and-comers, like Congressman West. I’m content to rely on my old claim-adjusting motto that any deal where both sides are not happy is probably a pretty good agreement. And it cost Jug-Ears mightily in the polls along the way.

As they, our Ruling Class, head into recess, I’m pleased that we have people of this caliber on our side. I hope he avoids any asinine scandals, because this could very well be presidential candidate material, hopefully within my lifetime. Senator Rubio:

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  1. I have so much hope for Rubio, it’s scary. I hate the thought that my plans won’t come to fruition.

    Completely ignoring what he says (which is glorious in its own right), did you notice how well he speaks? There’s no stuttering around and hum hawing. He knows what he wants to say and he says it.

    It is so opposite of (off-teleprompter) BO, it’s the difference between night and day.

    I’d give my left arm to see a no-holds-barred debate between those two.

  2. If this is any indication, youre right about the calibre of this guy. While glancing at his notes, he did not appear to be reading a teleprompter. Two things caught my attention: he said the Constitution is a *system of government and not just a set of principles* and towards the end, after laying out the different visions he said that as the debate continues into the fall, next year, and beyond, *there may not be a middle ground*.

  1. I have so much hope for Rubio, it’s scary. I hate the thought that my plans won’t come to fruition.

    Completely ignoring what he says (which is glorious in its own right), did you notice how well he speaks? There’s no stuttering around and hum hawing. He knows what he wants to say and he says it.

    It is so opposite of (off-teleprompter) BO, it’s the difference between night and day.

    I’d give my left arm to see a no-holds-barred debate between those two.

  2. If this is any indication, youre right about the calibre of this guy. While glancing at his notes, he did not appear to be reading a teleprompter. Two things caught my attention: he said the Constitution is a *system of government and not just a set of principles* and towards the end, after laying out the different visions he said that as the debate continues into the fall, next year, and beyond, *there may not be a middle ground*.

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