Anger and retaliation are not presidential qualities. They are unattractive and immature. Sen. Marco Rubio’s actions to block the nomination of Roberta Jacobson to U.S. ambassador in Mexico appear to be based on her work in opening up of Cuba, which the majority of Americans support.
It’s odd that he doesn’t have time to vote on most issues because of his campaign, but if there is an emotional connection that gives him the ability to retaliate, he seems to find the time.
His name-calling of the commander in chief aside, it’s time for the senator to take a more-mature position. His values reflect the American of 50 years ago, but not the America of today.
Joe Felt, Miami