“No Show Rubio!”

“No Show Rubio!”

Should Marco Rubio Be Fired? By His Own Standards, Maybe

Apparently no one ever taught Sen. Margo Rubio (R-FL) the old adage that people in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones.

On Tuesday, the Republican presidential contender made his first appearance on the chamber floor in weeks


Senator Margo Rubio has no record to run on?

Senator Margo Rubio from the state of Florida is now 2nd behind the ‘Donald’ in line to be your president?

Rather ‘Scary isn’t it?

99 Votes Go By:

As a person running for a job to work for the voters, shouldn’t that person be running on his/her record as your representative in congress?

Rubio has no record worthy of running on so he must spent the time begging for “Super-Pack Money!”

Sen. Marco Rubio Tops Senate in Missed Votes

Floridian Women remember that he, as speaker of the house of representatives in Florida, had many chances to help pass the ERA for women?

Sorry women, you are not important enough to even bring it up for a vote!

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is doing better than all his Senate colleagues at not voting, according to an analysis by the news site Vocativ, which worked with Govtrack.us.

Using voting records of every sitting member of Congress, the site reported that Rubio has failed to cast 99 votes out of 1,198 votes taken during his four-years thus far in the Senate, for an 8.3 percent pass rate.

The site did not consider the voting records of Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Ill., who missed votes because of a stroke, or Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., who missed time for a presidential run.

Rubio is considering a 2016 presidential run.

Rubio spokesman Alex Burgos said in a statement sent to NBC News, it is not unusual to miss Senate votes.

Because he is seriously considering the presidential run, Rubio is “taking the necessary steps to prepare a competitive campaign.

As he travels the country talking about his agenda to help the middle class, there will be no doubt where he stands on any issues before the Senate,” Burgos said.

In the House, Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich., was the leader in absences.

He is the longest and oldest serving member in the House.


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