The senator from Florida has a reputation of being a pop culture fan. It’s one of those things that make him, I think, the best communicator in the Republican field. So, when describing his strategy for dealing with jihad terrorism, it’s not surprising he quoted the movie Taken:
He added, “When people ask ‘what should our strategy be on global jihadists and terrorists?’ I refer them to the movie ‘Taken.’ Have you seen the movie ‘Taken,’ Liam Neeson? He has a line, and this is what our strategy should be, we will look for you, we will find you, and we will kill you.”
I’m down with that. None of this “we need to understand them and the root causes that make them do these things” crap. It’s all too plain what drives groups like al Qaeda, al Shabab, and Ansar al Sharia.
Islam, its need to be supreme, and its use of war and terror to fulfill that need.
Anyway, points on the Public Secrets scoreboard for Marco Rubio.