Rubio is running! Rubio is running!
That is what I think, after finding out that Senator Marco Rubio’s new book will be released on January 13, 2015.
Amazon, which is preselling, “American Dreams: Restoring Economic Opportunity for Everyone,” for $21.
Rubio’s book, which touches on upward mobility for Americans, especially as it relates to the growing minority communities, has been in the works for a little over a year, according to the few that have been privy to any knowledge of the contents of the book
A little bird told me two years ago that Rubio disliked being in the U.S. Senate, but now that the GOP has the majority, maybe his distaste for the chamber of Congress has sweetened up a bit, or not?
Rubio has always dreamed about being Presidente of the United States of America, and with his recent admission that he would make the decision to run in “the coming weeks,” coupled with his new libro (Espanol for book) set for release, you can bet your last empanada that Rubio is running in 2016.
Here is what Amazon has posted about the book:
“I wrote this book because we stand at a critical juncture,” reads a blurb on Amazon. “What kind of country are we going to be? Will we surrender to Obamacare and other laws that crush innovation and entrepreneurship? Will we accept a powerful nanny state and the erosion of family values? Will we allow politics to kill the American Dream?
“Or will we rise to the challenge—and take back our legacy as the only nation on earth that offers unrestricted opportunity to all?
“I believe we can restore the American Dream and expand it to reach more people than ever before. But to do so we must restrain our power-hungry, debt-ridden federal government. We must help businesses create more stable middle-class jobs. And we must help our families stay healthy and secure.
“In this book you’ll meet an over-regulated small-businessman, a struggling single mother, an out-of-work and in-debt college graduate, and others who want nothing more than their own shot at the American Dream. Their stories are our stories; their challenges are our challenges.”