by Tom DeLay and Stephen Mansfield
by Stephen Mansfield
Sen. Marco Rubio has long claimed his parents fled Cuba after Fidel Castro rose to power when in fact they left a few years before.
October 25, 2011 Washington Post humor blogger Alexandra Petri says that when it comes to political biographies — from that of Marco Rubio to the writings of Thucydides — veracity can be hard to come by.
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March 20, 2007 Tom DeLay, the former House Republican chief, defends his and the GOP's leadership during its 12 years of power in Congress and says he will continue to fight charges that he misused campaign money.
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