WASHINGTON – In case you don’t get what’s going on here, there’s a small 2012 post election window for all Republicans to take advantage of the I AM NOT MITT ROMNEY moment before 2016 pitches become unforgivably premature.

In other similar news, Marco Rubio hits Iowa. Yes. Already.

GQ has an interview with Senator Rubio for their December issue, which is online now.

Taylor Marsh, a veteran political analyst with a proven track record, she is also a former Huffington Post contributor, Broadway babe and talk radio dabbler, and is the author of The Hillary Effect, available at Barnes and Noble and on Amazon. Her new-media magazine www.taylormarsh.com covers national politics, women, foreign policy, and the politics of sex.

TAYLOR MARSH, Guest Voice Columnist
Leave a replyComments (6)
  1. Jim Satterfield November 19, 2012 at 8:17 pm

    Given the pandering to the religious right that Rubio engaged in during the GQ interview I’m not sure how much of an un-Romney he might be.

  2. sheknows November 19, 2012 at 8:38 pm

    Don’t worry Jim, he’ll change his position (several times) before 2016. Don’t they all?

  3. Jim Satterfield November 20, 2012 at 12:12 am

    sheknows, he can’t change those kinds of positions until after the primaries.

  4. TAYLOR MARSH, Guest Voice Columnist November 20, 2012 at 12:13 am

    Jim Satterfield – Well, at least Rubio won’t talk about “self deportation”!

    For Republicans, it’s a start.

  5. Jim Satterfield November 20, 2012 at 1:56 pm

    True, Taylor. But I’d have to say that the GOP seems to be intent on taking Lilliputian steps instead of something as large as baby steps.

  6. zusa1 November 20, 2012 at 2:29 pm

    Is there a good place to read what the democrat’s postion/plan is for our borders? Is the eventual goal an open border? I can’t help but feel the democrats have a conflict of interest regarding this issue.