Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Rubio’s Acceptance Speech typifies the Tea parties Spirit

Tomorrow even now the stories are being written about what this election is about. What does it mean? We don’t …we still don’t know all of the results from all around this country. But we know that tonight the power in the U.S. House of Representatives will change hands. We know tonight that a growing number of Republicans will serve in the Senate as well.
And we make a grave mistake if we believe that tonight these results are somehow an embrace of the Republican Party. What they are, are a second chance, a second chance for Republicans to be what they said they are going to be not so long ago.
—Senator-elect Marco Rubio (R-Fl)
Marco Rubio won a Senate seat after a campaign in which he pushed Gov. Charlie Crist from the GOP to run as an independent. That is what the Tea parties where all about, removing Republicans in name only and removing Democrats who opposed the American people and who consider the American people their enemies.

Senator-elect Marco Rubio(R-Fl) accepts his victory graciously and outlines the approach and the spirit, which we, who love America, wish to prevail in Washington D.C. (see 8:15min video)

You see I learned early on in this campaign, in fact it is what propelled me to enter it, that what this race was about was about the great future that lies ahead for our country. A future that Americans know is there for the taking but it requires actions on our part.
Americans believe with all their heart the vast majority of them and the vast majority of Floridians, that the United States of America is simply the single greatest nation in all of human history. A place without equal in history of all mankind.
But we also know that something doesn’t quite seem right. Our nation is head in the wrong direction and both Parties are the blame. And what Americans are looking for desperately are people who will go to Washington D.C. and stand up to this agenda that is taking us in the wrong direction and offer a clear and genuine alternative And that’s what this race was all about early on for me and that’s what it’s all about tonight. It about the future of the Country and what it will look like when are children are our age.—Marco Rubio

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