Add to the ever growing list of "no" votes by Marco Rubio: Paying the country's bills!
Of course he would vote no on this, because Congress adding things like unnecessary wars, eight-plus years of tax cuts for the wealthy and other assorted big ticket items to Uncle Sam's credit card, and then later deciding that you don't need to pay the bill is kind of like what Rubio did when he was in Florida running up a tab courtesy of the RPOF.
In a 64-34 vote, the Senate gave its blessing to a House bill that suspends the debt ceiling until May 19, when the Treasury Department will need to use “extraordinary measures” to keep paying the nation’s bills.
Republican Sens. Kelly Ayotte (N.H.), Roy Blunt (Mo.), Thad Cochran (Miss.), Susan Collins (Maine), Lindsey Graham (S.C.), Dean Heller (Nev.), John Hoeven (N.D.), Lisa Murkowski (Alaska), Richard Shelby (Ala.), John Thune (S.D.) and Roger Wicker (Miss.) voted with the Democratic caucus to pass the legislation.
Not so Rubio. Because that, apparently is what he means when he says he's a "fiscal conservative."
Conservative when it comes time to pay the bills.