Marco Rubio: The Candidate of a New Generation Speaks!

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Deep thoughts from Marco Rubio

Deep thoughts from Marco Rubio

Cold Warrior for a New Generation Marco Rubio shows us again why he is the candidate of a new century bringing new, fresh ideas to the preznintcy:

David Brody: What could a President Rubio do in a situation like that? A lot of folks have talked about maybe religious liberty, the religious freedom act. Mike Huckabee and others have said some things like that.

Marco Rubio: There’s no doubt that we need to be extra vigilant now about protecting the religious liberties of Americans and that includes having a justice department that’s vigilant about ensuring that those who hold traditional values are not being discriminated against. That includes reversing any administrative decisions made by this President that force religious, or religious motivated entities. You may not be owned by a church, but you are a religious school, or your mission is to spread the Gospel and adhere to God’s teachings ensure that people in the private sector and the not-for-profit sector are being protected in living out their faith.

And beyond it, I think one of the biggest things the next President is going to do is appoint justices to the Supreme Court — justices who understand that the Constitution is a living and breathing document. It is a document of limitation and it’s supposed to be interpreted and applied based on its original intent. And there is no way that you can read that Constitution and deduce from it that there is constitutional right to an abortion, or a constitutional right to marry someone of the same sex. And what you have is a Supreme Court that wanted to reach a certain policy outcome and so creatively manipulated the Constitution to discover a right that for over two centuries, some of the most brilliant minds and legal history didn’t find. So you need judges that understand how constitutionally flawed that those two kinds of rulings and others have been and that’s what the most important thing the next President will do is appoint Supreme court Justices that actually will apply the constitution irrespective of their personal feelings about the issue.

David Brody: As well as potential executive orders and possibly a strong attorney general in that role.

Marco Rubio: Well, the executive orders would be to reverse the executive orders the President has made on things like gender equality in restrooms. You’ve seen some local districts and others been forced to, you know, provide girls access to a boys’ bathroom and so forth. These sorts of things you’ve seen in Illinois for example, but also ensure that we’re not doing anything that at any part in our government that is putting organizations that are motivated by their faith or organized around their faith from having to violate the tenants of their faith and that includes government contractors. There are many government contractors and small companies who provide services to the government who are faith-based people, and they are, they are being compelled to sin by government in their business conduct. That is not something we should be supporting.

So you got that? Y’all Qaeda’s own candidate of the Yutes would have a litmus test for SCOTUS nominees to include opposition to abortion (1973) and shoving the ‘mos back into the closet (1969). Fresh!

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11 Responses to Marco Rubio: The Candidate of a New Generation Speaks!

  1. another kiwi says:

    Why does Tedrold support Sharia law?

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  2. Mike B. says:

    At least he’s being honest here: “ensuring that those who hold traditional values are not being discriminated against.” In other words, he’s not interested in religious freedom for everyone, just for people who agree with him (actually, not religious freedom, but the right to discriminate). The other thing is that he says the president should appoint “justices who understand that the Constitution is a living and breathing document … it’s supposed to be interpreted and applied based on its original intent.” Those seem contradictory to me – if it’s living and breathing, then it should change with the times.

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    • tengrain says:

      Mike –

      Rubio is a profoundly stupid man. I think he’s going to join the Pantheon of Dunces if he is elected (Reagan and Chimpy are two of the pillars). He contradicts himself always before he finishes speaking, it’s part of his special ability to find and step on rakes.

      Rgds,

      TG

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  3. roket says:

    Marco Rubio (R-Double Naught Idiot) does Naught know that he is Naught in the majority on this.

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    • ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© says:

      He doesn’t care, right now he’s fighting Trump and Cruz for the crazy right-wing bigot asshole vote.
      ~

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  4. evillemike says:

    “These sorts of things you’ve seen in Illinois for example, but also ensure that we’re not doing anything that at any part in our government that is putting organizations that are motivated by their faith or organized around their faith from having to violate the tenants of their faith and that includes government contractors.”

    Go ahead – parse that sentence for me – I dare ya.
    (Be sure to wear eye protection. And kids, don’t try this at home)

    It seems Mooselini done sold her famous Word Salad Recipe to Senator Big-Gulp.

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    • MDavis says:

      So… some of those government contractors rent their faith from… um… if they are the tenants who are the landlords, Ruby?
      That is the only parsing I could handle in that statement – and it’s nuts.

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    • violate the tenants of their faith

      Well, this part’s easy. At least with the Catholics (and Duggars) certain of the younger tenants are often thoroughly and vigorously violated.

      (Also, too: I so hope he actually said that and it’s not just a typo in the transcript.)

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  5. JTO says:

    I REALLY, no, I really mean to use CAPSLOCK here, REALLY like how the Constitution is both a ‘living breathing document’ AND subject to Original Intent. In the same paragraph. In one breath. Republicans ain’t got nothing on Scanners!

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  6. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    Like all Republicans, Rubio ignores that whole “you can’t serve God and Mammon” bit. The Bible specifically calls out the sort of people who want government bucks while imposing their religion on others.

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  7. I take this as Rubio’s endorsement of genital mutilation. As long as it is traditional.

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