Check out this excellent profile of Florida Senator, (and to some people, potential next Vice President of the United States), Marco Rubio. The writer, Cal Thomas, asks us to consider Senator Rubio's recent Reagan Library speech:
The right philosophy is key and the Reagan Library speech proves that Rubio has the most important ingredient of any leader: vision. Read it, be inspired and then consider whether Rubio's tide is rising.
So what are y'all's thoughts? Is Marco Rubio ready? Should he simply wait to be part of the very exciting "class of 2016" that we keep hearing about [which could include names such as Sen. John Thune (SD), Gov. Chris Christie (NJ), Gov. Bobby Jindal (LA), and Rep. Paul Ryan (WI)]? What, if anything, can he do to separate himself from the problem that then-candidate Obama had to face concerning his lack of experience? Will it be enough to have the political philosophy down, or must he also be able to point to tangible results?