Rubio vows to lead "a new American century" in "Project for the New American Century?" This neocon needs to go back to Cuba where the Castros will properly deal with him.

MIAMI — U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio cast himself tonight as a Republican who can be the leader of a "new American century," framing the 2016 election as a "generational choice" and himself as the candidate with a fresh outlook and ideas.

"Matarlos muerto, Marco!"
"Today, grounded by the lessons of our history and inspired by the promise of our future, I announce my candidacy for president of the United States of America," the Florida Republican said to a cheering crowd.

An ardent critic of President Obama and of Hilary Clinton's tenure as secretary of State, Rubio's speech was laced with themes contrasting the past with his vision for the future. He vowed to pursue a robust foreign policy, overhaul the tax code and immigration laws, cut spending and repeal Obamacare, but also argued that even more was at stake than the issues of the day.
"This election is not just about what laws we will pass," Rubio said. "It is a generational choice about the kind of country we will be."
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