Why Marco Rubio couldn't say no


Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) is expected to announce his 2016 presidential run Monday at Freedom Tower in Florida, or the “Ellis Island of the South,” so monikered because the center offered relief to Cuban refugees seeking political asylum from Fidel

Some of Marco Rubio's early backers called themselves the Three Percent Club, because that's where the ambitious young Republican was polling when he began running for U.S. Senate six years ago. He was taking on Florida's popular Republican 

And if you're wondering about Rubio's qualifications, this spot-on tweet from "team marco" with 56 American flags and the hashtag #newamericancentury pretty much resolves it. Maybe he'll share more of his grand plan 

Some of Marco Rubio's early backers called themselves the Three Percent Club, because that's where the ambitious young Republican was polling when he began running for U.S. Senate six years ago. He was taking on Florida's popular Republican 

And if you're wondering about Rubio's qualifications, this spot-on tweet from "team marco" with 56 American flags and the hashtag #newamericancentury pretty much resolves it. Maybe he'll share more of his grand plan