Senators Rand Paul (R-KY) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) continue to kick each other in the teeth over President Obama’s recent call to “normalize” relations with the communist Castro regime in Cuba.Rubio opposes the move, Rand Paul doesn’t.
This back and forth between Paul and Rubio is nothing more than two kids at a political playground, trying to see who has the biggest, umm, foreign policy “lunchbox.”
Aside from someone keeping him from eating a meal, nothing will tick Rubio off more than if you question his knowhow onU.S.-Cuba foreign policy.
Rubio first shoved Paul by saying that he had “no idea what he was talking about” when it came to U.S.-Cuba policy after Paul said that Obama’s move was a “good idea.”
Paul then scratched back at Rubio by calling him an “isolationist.”Rubio then called Paul “the chief cheerleader for Obama’s foreign policy,”which then prompted Paul to say that Rubio “was captain of the GOP cheerleading team for Obama’s arming of Syrian rebels, bombing Libya resulting in a jihadist wonderland, and illegally giving foreign aid to Egypt’s military government…”
“With all due respect, Senator Marco Rubio was captain of the GOP cheerleading team for Obama’s arming of Syrian rebels, bombing Libya resulting in a jihadist wonderland, and illegally giving foreign aid to Egypt’s military government,” Stafford wrote in an email to FoxNews.com on Sunday night. “The Rubio-Obama foreign policy has made the Middle East and North Africa less safe.”-Sen. Rand Paul
And then Paul landed this big jab:
.@marcorubio forgot to mention his support for Obama’s funding of Musl. Brotherhood, arming Islamic rebels, and Hillary’s war in Libya.
— Senator Rand Paul (@SenRandPaul) December 21, 2014
Boys, boys, boys, in the words of Rodney King, “Can’t we all just get along?”
While Marco and Rand poke each other in the eye over Cuba, will someone else emerge as the proverbial hall monitor, and send these two to time out?
Wait, isn’t it Rand Paul that wants to halt all aid to Israel?
“You Betcha!” Click hereOh wait, what does Cuban President Raul Castro think about the deal he struck with Obama-the one that Paul supports?
“We shouldn’t expect that in order for relations to improve with the United States, Cuba is renouncing the ideas for which we have fought for more than a century and for which our people have spilled so much blood and run such great risks.”-Raul Castro
Now that has really got to hurt Rand Paul and Obama.