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Fri Oct 30, 2015, 09:32 AM Oct 2015

Rubio - a man of firm convictions

Rubio has shown himself to be exceptionally able to adjust his core beliefs to the circumstances of the moment. Perhaps no more telling example of this is Rubio's stated religion.

By my count he has undergone at least four, if not five, changes in his core religious beliefs. "Marco Rubio, who wants to be President, has been a Catholic, a Mormon, a Catholic again, then a fundamentalist Christian church member and a Catholic Church member."

"As a child in Miami, he was a Roman Catholic. When his family moved to Las Vegas, he became a Mormon. When the family moved back to Florida he became a Catholic again."

"And then, in 2000, he began attending Christ Fellowship in Miami, a fundamentalist mega church that is rigidly opposed to homosexuality and asks employees to sign a declaration saying they've never been in a gay relationship. Now he attends both Christ Fellowship and a Catholic church, he says.. "


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Rubio - a man of firm convictions (Original Post) COLGATE4 Oct 2015 OP
a man of no core beliefs ... good starting place for a politician. KG Oct 2015 #1
He is an athiest idahoblue Oct 2015 #2
I wouldn't give him that much credit. An atheist actually COLGATE4 Oct 2015 #3


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3. I wouldn't give him that much credit. An atheist actually
Fri Oct 30, 2015, 12:38 PM
Oct 2015

believes in something. Rubio only believes in saying what he thinks will get him a vote at a given moment.

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