KEYES: The Senate this summer is going to be taking up the Employment Non-Discrimination Act which makes it illegal to fire someone for being gay. Do you know if you’ll be supporting that?
RUBIO: I haven’t read the legislation. By and large I think all Americans should be protected but I’m not for any special protections based on orientation.
KEYES: What about on race or gender?
RUBIO: Well that’s established law.
KEYES: But not for sexual orientation?
A bitter critic of Obamacare, Florida Governor Rick Scott announced a surprising change of opinion on Wednesday, saying he would back an expansion of Medicaid in the state.
Sen. Rubio voted for the Ryan budget that would end Medicare as we know it and raise seniors’ health costs by thousands of dollars
Republicans are continuing their attempts at a post-election reinvention, talking a lot about the middle class and tapping Florida’s Senator Marco Rubio to tout their agenda tonight. Rubio may know a lot about public reinventions, but his record of voting with the far-right fringe of the Republican Party underscores he knows nothing about the middle or class.
Vice President Joe Biden reportedly took a hit at former Rep. Allen West (R-Fla.) Thursday during a rooftop party for Rep. Patrick Murphy, who defeated West in the 2012 election.
“I’d like to say to all of you, you did the country a favor,” Biden told the crowd at Murphy’s party, according to TCPalm.