I believe we should have re-authorized the existing Violence Against Women Act that has helped reduce the annual incidence of domestic violence by more than 50 percent, among other successes. I also continue supporting the work being done at the federal, state and local levels to combat domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking… – Senator Marco Rubio

BUT, BUT, but, Senator Rubio did not vote to reauthorize the VAWA.

Go that, girls?

“It is difficult to understand why people would come in here and try to limit which victims could be helped by this legislation,” Leahy said. “If you’re the victim, you don’t want to think that a lot of us who have never faced this kind of problem, sat here in this body and said, ‘Well, we have to differentiate which victims America will protect.'” [Huffington Post]

And this guy wants to be president?

That’s funny.

via Think Progress

via Think Progress