The Weekly Standard goes on the campaign trail with @MarcoRubio

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Following Marco Rubio on the campaign trail, The Weekly Standard’s Fred Barnes writes that Rubio’s overriding mission “is to restore prosperity – jobs, growth, innovation – at home” and more importantly, he knows “what he’s for and what he’s against. And what America needs”. Check out the excerpt below and the full article here:

And the issues have been turned upside down from Reagan’s time. Reagan’s overriding mission was to defeat communism. Rubio’s is to restore prosperity—jobs, growth, innovation—at home. As one of 100 senators, assuming he’s elected, Rubio won’t have the ability to do things on a presidential scale. But he knows, having packaged it in a speech, what he’s for and what he’s against. And what America needs.

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