As a liberal I am happy to admit Marco Rubio hit it out of the park. A mature, sober and dignified statement of his party's opinions and principles, eschewing personal attacks, broad generalizations and childish demonizing of the other side.
As a lifelong fan of Clint Eastwood, I sadly sat by and cringed as he dug a hole, threw his credibility into it and then jumped in after it.
And Mitt good ol' Mitt was, of course, perfect at being who he needed to be at that moment. As usual.
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