Marco Rubio was on the Mark Levin Show tonight to discuss the fight to defund Obamacare and said that if Obamacare isn’t the issue we’d be willing to fight to the limit on, then he doesn’t know what it would be:
There has to be some issue at which we say look, this is the issue where we draw the line. I mean, we understand about all the other things but there’s an issue where you’ve got to draw a line in the sand and say this is it, I mean, on this issue we’re willing to fight no matter what the consequences, politically or otherwise [are]. If that issue is not Obamacare, I can’t understand what issue it would be. …Of all the issues out there, if there was one issue that we should be willing to go to the limit on, this is it.
Later in the clip below, Rubio states his position on fighting to defund Obamacare even more emphatically:
Look, I’m not attacking anyone directly. All I’m saying is that you cannot say you are against Obamacare if you are willing to vote for a law that funds it. If you’re willing to fund this thing, you can’t possibly say you’re against it.