Marco Rubio: A man in a hurry

Marco Rubio has been compared to President Obama a lot lately. Both were young freshman senators when they announced their presidential campaigns. Both are hip-hop fans. And, theoretically, both are much cooler than your average politician.

Saying he feels “uniquely qualified” to focus on America's future, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida has done as expected — become the third Republican to officially enter the 2016 race for president. USA Today reports that the 

innocuous and fairly friendly," but she couldn't condone Rubio's use of a map to dot the "i." "The teeny-tiny little map of America over the 'i' in Rubio makes me wonder what is more of a priority to this candidate: Marco Rubio or the residents of

When asked to define his political beliefs, Rubio said, “I'm a free-enterprise limited government conservative, I'm a strong America conservative, I'm an exceptional America conservative. I believe that the government has a role to play, but it's a

You can see it in his bouncing leg, his restless energy, his rapid-fire answers. Marco Rubio wants things now, now, now. He has just left the Senate floor, where he ripped President Obama's Israel policy, and now, seated in his grand Capitol Hill