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By Eric Pianin,The Fiscal Times
Although the economy is improving and plenty of government and privately funded food programs exist to help those in need, an alarming number of people are going hungry in this country.
I have to admit that when Senator Marco Rubio's name was first mentioned as a possible candidate for President or Vice President I didn't think much of it. The feeling was predictable: too young, too young looking, not enough experience, not so bright, and not very capable of attracting Hispanic voters anyway because the GOP has done a remarkable job of chasing them away. Besides, he had gotten himself into trouble with both sides of the immigration debate by first being inclusive, then changing his mind. There would not be a chapter in John F. Kennedy's Profiles in Courage about Rubio and immigration reform. In addition, in an interview in 2013 his math was a little fuzzy on the history of the Earth (7,000 years, he said) and about what year his family actually came to the United States from Cuba.
Every early poll, including the regular monthly polls by Zogby Analytics, suggests that former Secretary of State and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton is the shoo-in Democratic nominee for President in 2016. Zogby Poll numbers are a little less sanguine for Mrs. Clinton but still show her 32 points ahead of her nearest rivals nationally. But even now, as I have reported in an earlier Forbes post, she is only polling 45%.
Pollster John Zogby reports in our weekly White House report card that in a week dominated by non-presidential news, President Obama slips a bit.