Rubio Mocks Hillary 60s: Rubio Mocks Clinton
Published: November 17, 2015
Rubio Mocks Hillary 60s: Rubio Mocks Clinton, Hillary Clinton may have handed Marco Rubio a gift Saturday night with her “I come from the ’60s” comment during the Democratic presidential debate.
44-year-old Rubio, a Florida senator who has been calling for a new generation of leadership in his bid for the GOP nomination, quickly responded with a web ad titled “This election is a generational choice.”
It starts with the clip of Clinton, shown on a dated-looking television with a backdrop of wallpaper you might have seen in your grandparents’ house. Then it shifts to video of Rubio, saying “This election better be about the future, not the past.”
Clinton on Saturday had been responding to a question about whether the activism seen recently at the University of Missouri should be replicated at other universities.
“I come from the ’60s, a long time ago,” she said. “There was a lot of activism on campus — civil rights activism, antiwar activism, women’s rights activism — and I do appreciate the way young people are standing up and speaking out.”
Clinton opponents pounced on Twitter.
“Don’t worry @HillaryClinton – we could tell by your old policy ideas!” tweeted College Republicans.
“I come from the 60’s” – don’t worry @HillaryClinton – we could tell by your old policy ideas!
— College Republicans (@CRNC) November 15, 2015
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