Juan Williams, who got into it with Newt Gingrich over Latino issues during a debate, offers Marco Rubio some strong priase for him in a new op-ed.
Regardless of the exact year his parents left Cuba, Rubio’s story is genuinely inspiring.
He describes the experience of American immigrants with as much conviction and passion as any politician I have ever heard.
.... Even if he is not the vice presidential nominee this time around, GOP convention planners would be ‘Mucho Loco’ not to ask Rubio to tell this story to the nation in the keynote address in Tampa Bay this August.
Btw, there's unmistakable buzz this week that Rubio is too untested and risky for Veep, but I think in the rush to jump off the Rubio Bandwagon, people might actually start undervaluing him.
I promise I will actually get to all this in my massive, promised Veepstakes column soon...