As Grayson calls for Rubio to resign, liberal group files ethics complaint
It’s pick on Marco Rubio day.
Jumping on a Sun-Sentinel editorial calling for Marco Rubio to resign from the Senate is wanna-be replacement Alan Grayson.
"Floridians have the reasonable expectation that Marco Rubio should show up to work, earn his pay of $14,500 each month, and do his job," Grayson said. "Instead of doing his job, however, Marco is conducting a vanity campaign for president. He has missed as many as half of his votes. What kind of employee misses half of his work days, and then expects a promotion?"
Shortly before that, an email hit our in-box from the liberal American Democracy Legal Fund, which says it has filed a Senate complaint against Rubio, alleging he broke rules by fundraising on official time.
In a recent Fox News interview, taped from a Senate building, Rubio was asked about campaign resources and said "if somebody watching this program wants to help us, they should go to marcorubio.com and chip in."