No doubt that Rubio gave a heckuva speech, although I was taken aback that he’d stop momentarily for a drink of water. All I could think was “is this really happening?” The one thing he said that prompted me to give a rousing hoot of approval was that it’s the moral breakdown of society that is at the root of our problems.
The Fox News forum that had about 30 or so regular folks in attendance mostly liked both Obama’s and Rubio’s speeches, but they were nearly unanimous in their opinion that Rubio’s was more believable. I felt the same way, knowing what a two-faced shyster that Obama is.
However, I don’t believe Rubio meets the natural-born citizen qualification to be citizen. It is a fact that neither of his parents were yet American citizens (they were Cuban refugees) when he was born here. No doubt Rubio is a U.S. citizen, but he is certainly not a natural-born U.S. citizen without divided allegiances at birth due to his parents’ Cuban citizenship.
I’d be hypocrite to support Rubio when I’ve been contending that Obama is definitely not a natural-born citizen, perhaps not even a naturalized-at-birth U.S. citizen under the 14th Amendment due to the suspicions that he went to college here as a foreign student.
That said, I’d much rather see Rubio as an illegitimate president than Obama.