Marco Rubio’s own words: President Obama’s foreign policy and allegations of sedition

By Michael Vadon (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons

By Michael Vadon (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (, via Wikimedia Commons

Below is an assortment of quotes made between December 2015 and February 2016 by Florida Senator Marco Rubio about President Obama and his foreign policy.

“It’s now abundantly clear: Barack Obama has deliberately weakened America,”

“He has made an intentional effort to humble us back to size.”

“As if to say: we no longer need to be so powerful because our power has done more harm than good.”

“Happiest of all (due to Obama) have been America’s enemies.”

“[It is] because when America steps back, it gives darker forces the space they need to rise. And rise they have.”

“I have a right to protect my family,”

“I think many Americans around the country feel the same way … If ISIS were to visit us, or our communities, at any moment, the last line of defense between ISIS and my family is the ability that I have to protect my family from them, or from a criminal, or anyone else who seeks to do us harm. Millions of Americans feel that way.”

“I’m tired of being divided against each other for political reasons like this president’s done. Always pitting people against each other. Always. Look at today—he gave a speech at a mosque. ”

This is the sort of rhetoric we get from Rubio when he’s running for President. Can Florida really afford six more years of this man representing us?

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  1. […] for being not as offensive as Donald Trump to many even though he was throughout 2015 and 2016 just as offensive with his rhetoric about President Obama and barely cloaked his race-baiting. […]


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