By Javier ManjarresWhile there is increasing speculation that U.S. Senator Marco Rubio will run for President of the United States in 2016, is it too early for Rubio to start campaigning for the job? Rubio is already positioning himself for a possible run in several different regards, as he’s stepped up his rhetoric against Obama and the Democrat party, recently toured Israel and the Middle East, and enlisted new consultants to assist him with crafting his messaging and policy.
Presidential primary campaigns don’t usually rev up until about two years before the next presidential election, so the question begs- just why is Rubio printing up bumper stickers with the slogan “Victory?” Is Rubio predicting “Victory” for his beloved Miami Dolphins next NFL season? Will he be cutting a “Fins Up” promo for the jumbo screen?
It’s becoming ever more apparent that Rubio is engaged in some serious preparation for 2016. With the Organizing For America data collection/fundraising juggernaut looming in the background, any aspiring Republican candidate for president in 2016 had better be preparing early.
Here are some supporting documents for the the newly minted joint Committee–
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