Sure, Marco Rubio hasn’t even begun his first term as a U.S. Senator but the Republican Floridian is already being hailed as a future presidential contender. Which mean Jeanette Dousdebes Rubio, Marco Rubio’s gorgeous wife and the mother of his four young children — Amanda, Daniella, Anthony, and Dominic — would be First Lady. Here’s what pundits are saying about Marco Rubio’s 2012 presidential promise, or at least vice presidential promise:
Rudy Giuliani: Rubio should “immediately think about running.”
Evan McMorris-Santoro at Talking Points Memo: “Make no mistake about it: Rubio is incredibly hot right now, and observers would be wise to see what he does next.”
Jennifer Rubin at Commentary: “He is the personification of the Tea Party candidate — an outsider and a conservative. He will instantly become a GOP superstar. He’s said he’s not running for anything else. We’ll see. VP? Not out of the question by any stretch of the imagination.”
Tim Heffernan at Esquire: “As open-ended as the GOP 2012 presidential race is, I think the veep slot is locked up already: it’s Marco Rubio. He’s young, attractive, well-dressed, a great speechmaker, a draw for the coveted Hispanic vote…”
Read more commentary and full quotes about Rubio here.
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