Marco Rubio – Inquisitor!

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I’m not a fan of Tim Geithner by any stretch of the imagination, but I’m going to defend him here. He’s right that that the marginal increase being bandied about won’t have much of an impact on job creation at all (scaling back on onerous regulation would be much more effective). What really gets me are the cheap high school debating trick being employed by Rubio in this exchange. For instance,  Rubio does not let Geithner ever finish an answer before he’s peppered with another question. Also, Rubio keeps asking questions about statements made by his boss, Barrack Obama. Those statements were made made during an election year attempt by the President to try and sway a few Conservative minded voter to the Democrats. It was an obvious ploy, a crass move by the President that didn’t pay off. It wasn’t Geithner who extended the tax rates. I don’t mind the point being raised, but too much time is spent by Rubio repeating this strategy over and over again. Geithner can’t answer it! That decision is on his boss.

It’s obvious the new bill, which is labeled as a jobs bill, is not a jobs bill. It’s yet another crass cynical political joke intended to highlight our political divide vs any remedy for the current recession, trying to be passed off as a jobs bill. Concentrate on that.

4 Comments to “Marco Rubio – Inquisitor!”

  1. By Jeff Alberts, October 22, 2011 @ 4:51 pm

    Wow, you misspelled his name every single time, even though it’s right there on the YouTube title. Better stop messing with the EQ dude. 😉

  2. By Sonicfrog, October 22, 2011 @ 6:04 pm

    You know, I spell checked it on the Google, and that spelling came up. Darn you Google!!!!

  3. By Jeff Alberts, October 23, 2011 @ 7:21 am

    Spell check is for dummies. Youse yer brayne!

  4. By Sonicfrog, October 23, 2011 @ 3:28 pm

    I aint gots won!!!!

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