New Senator Marco Rubio book by Washington Post’s Manuel Roig-Franzia (and book description says he has been called the Michael Jordan of Republican politics)

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Talk about timing!  Great time to be publishing THIS book!  The Washington Post’s Manuel Roig-Franzia has a new book coming out about Senator Marco Rubio…..who, per rumors, is on the list of possible VP nominee for Governor Romney. The book comes out June 19, but you may want to get the jump and order now (CLICK HERE TO ORDER)  I went Amazon and read the book description — copied below for you.  Read the description below:

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Book Description

Publication Date: June 19, 2012

SENATOR MARCO RUBIO has been called the Michael Jordan of Republican politics and a crown prince of the Tea Party. He is a political figure who inspires fierce passions among his supporters—and his detractors.

From his family’s immigrant roots to his ascent from small-town commissioner to the heights of the United States Senate, The Rise of Marco Rubio traces a classic American odyssey. Rubio’s grandfather was born in a humble thatched-palm dwelling in a sugar cane–growing region of Cuba, more than fifty years before Rubio’s parents left the island for a better life in Miami. His father worked as a bartender, his mother as a maid and stock clerk at Kmart. Rubio was quick on his high school football field, and even quicker in becoming a major voice on everything from immigration to the role of faith in public life and one of the great hopes of the Republican Party.

 

Drawing on hundreds of interviews and documents, Washington Post reporter Manuel Roig-Franzia shows how Rubio cultivated a knack for apprenticing himself to the right mentor, learning the issues, and volunteering for tough political jobs that made him shine. He also has a way with words and the instinct to seize opportunities that others don’t see. As Mike Huckabee says, Rubio “is our Barack Obama with substance.” The Rise of Marco Rubio elegantly tells us why.

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