Frank Torres, Orlando Freelance Reporter

Friday Morning Political Headlines in Orlando: “When I’m Vice-President

In Uncategorized on April 20, 2012 at 1:23 pm

It’s Friday and I’d like to present you with the best cover of the worst song in the history of the world, by Stephen Colbert. Enjoy!

That was a well choreographed number. One thing that wasn’t planned was Senator Marco Rubio’s slip at a press conference when he said “3,4,5 years from now when I’m Vice-President”

It was a funny goof, reinforced by the fact that his name is consistently at the top of many lists for the pick.

I believe the Romney campaign will play it safe and pick Ohio Senator Rob Portman. This would also be a mistake. Anyways, this story leads your Friday morning political headlines.


CF News 13:
(VIDEO) Rubio slips, calls himself vice president before correcting

WOFL FOX 35: Rubio’s Makes VP Slip-up In Interview

WESH 2: (VIDEO) A closer look at the controversial Stand Your Ground law.

Orlando Sentinel: Scott Maxwell- Readers say keep Van Gundy

WFTV 9 Eyewitness News:(AP) Romney’s foreign policy may mean hardball is back

WKMG Local 6: (CNN) RNC looks to Facebook for political edge

WDBO Radio: (AP) Polls show Obama-Romney race very close

Senator Rubio's slip was humorous but many believe he's the best option for the Romney campaign

  1. […] popular pick, Florida Senator Marco Rubio has used similar language. But, here is the real question. Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio both say they […]

  2. […] popular pick, Florida Senator Marco Rubio has used similar language. But, here’s the point. Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio both say they […]

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