I’m waiting any moment now for Marco Rubio to demand that President Obama recall our ambassador to China and shut down our embassy there.

That’s because the junior senator from Florida – and now Republican presidential candidate – has decided to get tough on China. In an article posted today on the National Review, Rubio declared that the communist regime in Beijing “has gotten a free pass” for far too long and that it’s got to start answering for its often brutal human rights abuses.

All I can say is: Hear, hear, Senator! It’s exciting to see Rubio take this bold stand after, well, giving China a free pass for far too long. Like the time – just last year, actually – he let Beijing pay for a junket his aides took to the People’s Republic for friendly talks on trade and foreign policy...



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