Posts Tagged ‘marco rubio’

Oh, Crist

08Jul10

Charlie Crist is giving a wonderful presentation on how little issues or philosophy matter to politicians today. Florida pundits are used to unpredictable election battles, but these days they are joking that they need braces for the whiplash they’ve suffered in trying to keep up with Governor Charlie Crist’s dashes from one end of the […]


Marco Rubio says that some of Obama Care should be kept. Writes Jim Geraghty at National Review: I’m with a small group of reporters in a D.C. coffee shop, chatting with Florida Republican Senate candidate Marco Rubio. He just mentioned that there are two parts within the Obamacare legislation that he doesn’t want repealed.* The […]


Coulda Been

21May10

Florida Governor Charlie Crist likes Elena Kagan, and says he would vote for her were he a United States Senator. Last year, though, he opposed Sonia Sotomayor. What’s that all about? He’s not sure. If only someone had been lookin’ out for Charlie in this senate race… he could a been a contender.


Broken How?

30Apr10

Charlie Crist announced last night that he’s running for senate as an independent after having been driven from the race for the GOP nomination by Marco Rubio. In a three way race with a weak Democrat, will the Florida Governor move toward becoming a Democrat if he wins the senate seat? After months of touting […]


Not Out

16Apr10

Florida Governor Charlie Crist is in trouble in the primary race against Marco Rubio. Will he leave the party and run for senate as an independent? In a new response to the question, he doesn’t say no.


Crist v Rubio

28Mar10

Fox News Sunday hosted a debate between the Republican candidates for U.S. Senate in Florida. This is an intriguing race, as 39 year old former Speaker of the House Marco Rubio, down 20 points a few months ago, now leads Governor Charlie Crist by about the same amount. Rubio is the Tea Party inspired candidate, […]


How are things going for David Axelrod, the Karl Rove of the Obama Administration? In a lengthy interview in his office on Wednesday, Mr. Axelrod was often defiant, saying he did not give a “flying” expletive “about what the peanut gallery thinks” and did not live for the approval “of the political community.” Ah. I […]