Watch: Man Kicked Out of NYC Event After Accusing Marco Rubio of Adultery

On Tuesday, a man was escorted out of a New York City event after a line of questioning of Sen. Marco Rubio that included the accusation that he had cheated on his wife. After rambling for a few moments and being asked to stay on topic by an event’s moderator, the man proceeded to challenge Rubio on accountability and fraud before leveling the charge he committed adultery. “[H]ow do you plan to fix accountability in courts?” he said. “How do you plan to deal with fraud. The answer is you can’t. You cheated on your wife in Florida.” (h/t Mediaite) Follow Jeff Poor on Twitter @jeff_poor
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Kasich Offers to Buy Bibles for His Critics on Expanding Medicaid

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Tuesday at the (USHCC), Republican presidential candidate Gov. John Kasich (R-OH) said he will buy a Bible for those who criticize him for expanded through . Kasich said,  “Part of the difficulty we have in this town is we don’t have leaders in this town that are willing to lead instead of reacting to who yells the loudest … Look at Medicaid expansion—I mean you know how many people are yelling at me? I’ve gone to events where people yell at me. You know what—you know what I tell them? I mean God bless them … You know there is a book that has a new part and an old part put together. It’s a remarkable book. If you don’t have one, I’ll buy you one. It talks about how we treat the poor.” He continued, “I mean, sometimes you just have to lead. It’s like fighting ISIS. Are the American people ready to put boots on the ground in the Middle East? If we don’t stop ISIS, this becomes at some point a direct threat to the Untied States. It doesn’t mean you don’t listen, but you cannot let the yelling and screaming determine your decision making.” Follow Pam Key
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Rand: US ‘Should Not Be At War In Afghanistan,’ Say ‘There Are Not Gun-Free Zones’

Republican presidential candidate and Kentucky Senator Rand Paul argued “we should not be at war in Afghanistan” and “I think we should announce, across America, that there are not gun-free zones” on Tuesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Wolf.” Rand said that “there’s been a lot of confusion” in the response to the bombing of the Doctors Without Borders hospital. He continued, “It appears as if the coordinates were given to somebody, because they kept repeatedly bombing the same site, but I think it goes to a bigger question, and this is a question that President Obama should have to answer, why are we still at war in Afghanistan? What is the US objective? What’s the US mission? And why are we bombing anybody in Afghanistan? I think we had a clear-cut mission after 9/11, but that’s been long gone for many years now, and I think really that the Afghans need to step up, and defend themselves, but there’s no reason for the US to be involved there, at all at this point, and tragic accidents will happen when you’re involved with war, but I don’t see why we’re still involved in Afghanistan.” Rand added that he doesn’t mind an “outside international
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John Kasich Rips ObamaCare Critics For Not Understanding the Bible

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During a Tuesday appearance before the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Ohio governor and Republican presidential candidate John Kasich offered to buy Bibles for those of us who don’t agree with his decision to increase the welfare state. Quite famously, Governor Kasich agreed to ObamaCare’s Medicaid expansion in Ohio.  This is his latest defense: — — Look at Medicaid expansion. Do you know how many people are yelling at me? I go out to events where people yell at me. You know what I tell ‘em? … I say, there’s a book. It’s got a new part and an old part; they put it together, it’s a remarkable book. If you don’t have one, I’ll buy you one. It talks about how we treat the poor. Sometimes you just have to lead. Apparently, ObamaCare critics have missed that part in the Bible where Jesus calls on us to expand an already-deadly federal welfare state that destroys the human spirit, breaks up the family, and creates generational dependence. I don’t mean to argue with Brother Kasich, but I must have missed the part where the Christian thing to do is to use the punitive power of The State to force your personal
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Trump: Rubio a ‘Total Lightweight’ with ‘$12 in the Bank’

Republican presidential candidate, businessman Donald Trump reacts during the CNN Republican presidential debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015, in Simi Valley, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)
Tuesday on CNN’s “New Day,” Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump took a shot at his opponent Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), calling him a “total lightweight,” with “$12 in the bank.” Discussing the two campaigns back and forth feud Trump said, “So a  lightweight like this Rubio — Who’s a total lightweight by the way, believe me. He’s weak on immigration. He’s got such problems…. He’s a lightweight. He’s weak on immigration. Take a look at his past. He’s got $12 in the bank. He borrows, he works with his car dealer in Florida. Give me a break. Rubio is not the guy that is going to be negotiating with the kind of people you have to negotiate with to turn this country around.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
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