Thursday, June 17, 2010

Fiscal Conservatism: Rubio House Foreclosed On

Marco Rubio and David Rivera are both running for Congress. They are going to have a hard time being taken seriously on fiscal discipline after having their Tallahassee house foreclosed on.


Republican U.S. Senate candidate Marco Rubio is facing foreclosure on a Tallahassee house after missing five months of mortgage payments, according to a lawsuit filed in Leon County Circuit Court. But Rubio's campaign spokesman said Rubio and David Rivera, a U.S. House candidate from Miami who co-owns the home with Rubio, have paid $9,200 owed to Deutsche Bank and the foreclosure has been withdrawn. No documents in the court records on Thursday indicated that the foreclosure had been shelved. Phone calls to Rivera and a bank attorney were not returned. "It's been resolved," Rubio spokesman Alex Burgos said.


Rubio spent large sums of money on a Republican Party of Florida credit card that he has yet to explain. Voters are entitled to know what Rubio and his Chief of Staff spent $60,000 on in a two month period. Now Rubio has a house foreclosed and he wants to talk about how Obama is not fiscally conservative enough. Please. Spare me the bullshit.

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