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Marco Rubio Without a Campaign Manager

Marco Rubio's valiant fight to reclaim the GOP for people who refresh the Free Republic website all day and attend tea parties with "Obama Is a Socialist" signs isn't going so well financialy. So much so he's been forced to drop his campaign manager, Brian Seitchik, and top fundraiser, Ann Herberger, from the payroll. But they'll still carry own as volunteers. 


"Due to budgetary and monetary constraints, I am becoming a volunteer consultant,'' Herberger said. "I will be available to Marco to provide guidance and advice on all matters of finance should he need, and I'm still 100 percent behind Marco Rubio and his candidacy."

Of course, considering the two haven't helped Rubio raise enough money to make sure they get paid, maybe it's not such a bad idea.

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