As for Marco he's seems to have made everyone on the stage invisible and doesn't have anything to say about himself or the people he would be running against; Trump, Clinton, and God forbid, Bernie Sanders.
Let’s dispel once and for all with this fiction that Barack Obama doesn’t know what he’s doing. He knows exactly what he’s doing.”
It was the line heard around the world. And then it was heard again. And again. And again. At Saturday night’s Republican presidential candidate’s debate, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) repeated versions of this line five times — including two times after New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie criticized Rubio for he propensity for robotically repeating a “memorized 25 second speech.” It was, as ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos put it Sunday morning, “not a good moment” for Rubio. Rubio, Stephanopoulos noted, is “getting pounded for repeating that speech.”
In response to this criticism, Rubio defended himself by repeating a canned speech.
“I would pay them to keep running that clip because that’s what I believe passionately. It’s one of the reasons why I’m not running for reelection to the Senate and I’m running for president,” Rubiotold Stephanopoulos. Then he launched into a riff that anyone who has followed Rubio’s campaign would find very familiar.
“As far as that message, I hope they keep running it and I’m going to keep saying because it’s true,” Rubio said. “What [Obama’s] trying to do to America, it’s part of a plan. He has said he wanted to change the country; he’s doing it in a way that is robbing us of everything that makes us special.”
Rubio added that this message is “what I’m going to continue to say because it happens to be one of the main reasons why I am running…”