Marco Rubio
Is the Tea Party Planning to Abandon Marco Rubio?
By Priscilla Rodriguez | 08/05/2013 - 16:19

According to Fox News Latino, the answer to this question could very well be yes.

Patriots of the tea party movement feel that many, including Sen. Marco Rubio, have given them a proverbial slap on the face by supporting issues such as immigration and health care.

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Tea Party Anti-Immigration Rally in Washington D.C.
Tea Party Rally Speakers Talk About Racial Purity and Breeding in Racist Anti-Immigration Rally
By Amaris Castillo | 07/19/2013 - 10:25

Last week, a rally backed by Tea Party members took on a racist undertone. According to the Huffington Post, Tea Party activist and lawmakers within the GOP gathered near the Capitol to express their feelings against the immigration reform bill passed by the Senate.

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Senator Marco Rubio
Marco Rubio Called Sellout On Immigration Reform By Tea Party Conservatives
By Fox News Latino | 06/21/2013 - 12:54

He burst onto the national stage as the “Tea Party Darling” du jour.

It was nothing short of a stellar national entrance for Marco Rubio, the Republican senator from Florida.

But now, Tea Party members are among the Florida lawmaker’s most passionate, most resentful critics. Many have completely turned on Rubio, feeling betrayed by his push for immigration reform.

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Castro Says Tea Party is Leading U.S. to Fascism
Castro Says Tea Party is Leading U.S. to Fascism
By Fox News Latino | 11/19/2010 - 14:00

In a recent report published in the Cuban state-run newspaper, Granma, Fidel Castro made a bold declaration about American politics when speaking to a group of studens visiting Havana.

What was on his mind? The rise of the Tea Party in the United States. He called the country a "ruined nation" and said the new movement was "extreme right," warning that Tea Party activists were leading the country towards fascism.

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Susana Martinez
POLL: Are You Excited About Susana Martinez's Election Win?
By Mariela Rosario | 11/03/2010 - 15:00

Susana Martinez made history yesterday, becoming the first ever Latina governor elect of a state in the U.S. But not everyone is excited. Martinez was a Tea Party darling and her ultra-conservative stance has some people refraining from celebrating her historical accomplishment.

We want to know what you think:

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