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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Ana Navarro
They may have been "beat like baby seals" in the 2012 Republican primaries, but a little more than a year later, some of those losers are already sounding out their chances to try again in 2016.
Sen. Marco Rubio was the glue that held together the immigration deal in the Senate, helping set the stage for adding tens of thousands of Border Patrol agents to the final deal — but failing to win many of the changes the Florida Republican himself said he needed to see.
Chicago hasn't elected a Republican mayor since 1927, but Democratic strategist Robert Zimmerman made the argument Friday that the GOP in Washington is to blame for the city's gang and gun violence.
The past two weeks have offered Mitt Romney numerous opportunities to clarify his stance on immigration — and every time the presumptive Republican presidential nominee has taken a pass.
"It's a problem of incompetence," Republican adviser Ana Navarro said of the Veterans Affairs scandal on ABC's "This Week" on Sunday. "It's a problem of being asleep at the wheel. It's a problem of lack of leadership and governance."
"He needs no briefing sheets when it comes to what's important to Hispanics," said Ana Navarro, a Bush friend and GOP strategist.