Beyond the Gang of 8 immigration debacle (which may still prove to be a fatal mistake for Marco Rubio), there is a serious question on whether he has the organization, game plan, and strategy to win the nomination.
Is this Marco's path to the nomination? Or This? Granted this is a year where everything is up in the air, but don't basic old school politics still matter? Rubio does not have what Obama had back in 2008. Cruz leads in Iowa, Trump in New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada. If Rubio lacks a ground game and is not leading in any polls (Florida included) isn't it a legitimate question on whether Marco Rubio's a closer?
RedState: Questions asked, Cruz' Super PAC, Ben Carson seems to be imploding and Donald Trump strongest supporters are registered Democrats?
Instapundit: Marco's skywriting pal (via American Power), Al Czervik comes to Bushwood, Kat Timpf: Hillary is not a feminist and Milo's SJW in 2016
TOM: Real Feminists Support Bernie Sanders