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Marco Rubio, the Cuban-American Tea Party candidate from Florida, is quietly making waves among Republicans and may be conservatives’ game changer in the racially charged 2012 presidential election.

Though a majority of Latino voters still lean Democratic, large numbers are starting to lose faith in Obama.

With this in mind,  pundits on both sides of the aisle believe the charismatic, well-spoken Rubio is a perfect vice-presidential choice for the Republican nominee; and possibly the best way to steal Obama’s base.

Rubio is a conservative’s dream. He’s as right-wing as they come, even on issues of immigration. He credits America’s free enterprise system for Hispanics’ upward mobility and criticizes the Obama administration for choking their opportunities.



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