From: Quincy and Ana Wiley
One of the most challenging moments in American history is not the industrial revolution or the abolition of slavery, but the freedom of an economy upon the minds wavered.
Our nation is plagued by immaturity and misunderstanding, misuse of information, and some paralleled sense of expectancy in purposeful manifestations of religious freedoms given to those diluted minds without comprehensive truths of the media.
Marco Rubio represents a generation of family values that have fallen from the dinner table. Our people can compare social economics, try to pretend we all deserve something from our government, and one man stands above the other candidates.
Not by his partisanship, the color of his tie, nor the color of his skin, but the tone, respect and expectancy he stands by.
We are not a nation of races whom vote simply by color. We do not vote on sexual orientation or popularity. One man stands on the virtues and resolve that we need. He's not Trumped up. He's no hand in the Bush.
His values are true with those most dramatic and diversified with Americas future. He understands the global threat of ISIS, the scare of those most hurt by a socialist health care. He knows that sound bites and reading off the Prompter just aren't cutting it. It's not a name. It's not a legacy or a franchise of businesses.
There is no bragging right in the office. America comes from determination. America builds on the foundation of earning your way, foreign or domestic, leaving something behind that you created, not indentured your children, but ripped from the fields of this democratic Republic.
You can choose popular anecdotes or listen to the banter, but when you listen to the voice that can beat a woman fired for being a liar, men less informed and more outrages, you can listen to the future. He's Marco Rubio.