Look Who Just Told Marco Rubio To Resign After Missing DOZENS Of...

Look Who Just Told Marco Rubio To Resign After Missing DOZENS Of Votes!

A prominent Florida newspaper is calling on Florida Senator Marco Rubio to resign over missing multiple votes. Rubio has missed more votes than anyone else running for President.

According to The Hill:

“A Florida newspaper is calling on Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) to vacate his Senate seat if he is more interested in seeking the GOP’s 2016 presidential nomination instead.

“If you hate your job, senator, follow the honorable lead of House Speaker John Boehner [R-Ohio] and resign it,” the Sun-Sentinel’s editors wrote, referencing Boehner’s likely departure at the end of the week.

“Let us elect someone who wants to be there and earn an honest dollar for an honest day’s work,” they added. “Don’t leave us without one of our two representatives in the Senate for the next 15 months or so.”

“You are paid $174,000 per year to represent us, to fight for us, to solve our problems,” the editorial continues. “Plus you take a $10,000 federal subsidy — declined by some in the Senate — to participate in one of the ObamaCare plans, though you are a big critic of ObamaCare.

“You are ripping us off, senator.  Either do your job, Sen. Rubio, or resign it.”



  1. It pains me to say it – because I generally like his politics – but I reluctantly concur! Even when you don’t agree or like what goes on in your job, you have to give more than 100% and be positive not negative. If you don’t like being a senator, you may like being President even less and that could prove disastrous. Your voting absences are inexcusable, and your comments about hating being in the senate are political and career suicide. What a shame! If not this time, you could have been President next time!

    • I have to agree with you Vivian and at this point I like Sen.Rubio more than any of the others. But all the Senators and Congresspeople should never miss a vote unless they are sick or there is a family emergency or death, period. We pay all these people good money to represent us and take care of our country and many seem to waltz in and out of the Capital like it is a country club or something……….and that goes for my Senator also, Ted Cruz!

  2. Far be it from me to agree with Jeb, but it’s not like the Senate is even a full time job. You can both serve as Senator and run for President. Neglecting the former to apply for the latter says a lot about you.

  3. I’ve always said that the three conservative senators running for president are doing us all a disservice by neglecting their positions as U.S. Senators. We need a conservative power bloc in the Senate at least as much as we need a conservative President.

  4. ‘honorable lead of john Boehner’ ? What is honorable about Boehner wake up. He just didn’t decide to go they threw him out for not being a patriot. He was against the movement to get our country back. :)

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