Marco Rubio’s new Spanish-language ad: “Padres”

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September 28, 2010

- Jennifer of Cubachi

Today, US Senate republican candidate Marco Rubio, son of Cuban exiles, released his first Spanish-language ad promoting his candidacy. The ad called "Padres," or parents discusses how Rubio's parents sacrificed everything they had to give their children a better life in America. His story, is the story of many immigrants who come to the United States.

He is the perfect ambassador for conservatism, especially among the ever-growing Latino population in the United States.

Now some liberal critics are criticizing Rubio for being a hypocrite in producing an ad in Spanish.

In my opinion, this backbiting is due to the fact that liberals see a threat in Rubio.

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Comments:
  1. barfo says:

    Or it could be the fact that right-wing Republican crackpots have been pushing “English only” laws across the country.

  2. Moobs says:

    Now is not the good time to be sniffing glue you democrap

  3. Moobs says:

    not a good time*

  4. Uh, “padres” means “fathers”, FYI

  5. Moobs says:

    Funny i thought it meant barfbrain is an idiot in spanish

  6. Ricky says:

    Libs are such hypocrites.
    Remember the vicious Spanish-language ad BHO ran about Rush Limbaugh in 2008?

  7. Sandy says:

    I like Marco Rubio, I hope he wins, however, an ad all in spanish feels like press one for english. There was a bit of a fluff about his statements on the AZ Immigration law. I’m going to let it go right there.

  8. Ricky says:

    OK, I just clicked on the link and read the full article. But I’m not taking it back, libs are hypocrites.
    For the longest time minorities only heard the liberal spin about conservatives, finally they can hear straight from the horse’s mouth. And that is what libs fear the most.

  9. Lana says:

    You can tell who scares them by watching to see who they go after the hardest. Rubio is no exception!

  10. Calypso Jones says:

    Didn’t Loretta Sanchez just pull this? Yes she did. and not a word from liberals. And hardly a word from the right. So. What’s good for the goose is good for the gander. Fight fire with fire and i appreciate that Rubio is doing just that.

  11. Moobs says:

    Yes don’t wanna be called racist don’tcha know?

  12. Chris says:

    Sorry, but this campaigning in Spanish (or any language other than English) has to stop. By default, you are supposed to be proficient in English if you are a naturalized citizen. Hence you should know English if you are eligible to vote.
    Are Hispanics wanting to integrate, or are they wanting to just make us Mexico North? If the former, then they should be as offended as anyone else by the Spanish campaign ads.