Obama’s 15 Unpaid Tickets, Rubio’s 4 and Ted Kennedy’s 1

If the worst the left can find on Marco Rubio is some traffic tickets, he’s in good shape. When liberals tried to find something on Mitt Romney, they went all the way back to his high school days – 50 years ago — and some hair-cutting incident. I know, it was shocking.

The Washington Post made it out to be as a bad as bringing a gun to school:

“If such an attack happened in the public schools of 2012, it would probably lead to suspension and might also be referred for expulsion, a number of local school leaders said following a Washington Post report of the incident involving Romney.

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“A call to police would probably also be in order because it would be considered an assault, said Alan Goodwin, principal of Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda.”

The left is not interested in ISIS in America, the IRS going after conservative political groups, Hillary Clinton’s hidden emails, the Clinton Foundation’s collusion with foreign governments, or Hillary’s enabling of her husband’s sexual escapades. No, the left is trying to smear a Republican presidential candidate because he “got four tickets for speeding or breaking other traffic laws over 18 years in Miami-Dade and Duval Counties.”

One person posted this on Twitter: “How the hell has @marcorubio managed to get only 4 tickets in 18 yrs driving in Miami?”

 

 

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