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Rubio and big sugar. They say your sugar high is a new low. A betrayal basically of conservative principles. Critics deride as an anti-free market government subsidy. It's a loan program and it basically allows our sugar industry to compete with other countries that are heavily subsidized by their home countries, particularly Brazil. Many would consider sugar subsidies, which you've supported, the type of favoritism that you generally reject. That's been my position forever and the reason why is because I believe agriculture, unlike any other industry, it should to be treated a little differently and that's always been my position. America's sugar producers are among the most privileged of the chosen ones. Your campaign's have gotten a lot of money from sugar interests in the past. You support the subsidies. You sticking by sugar subsidies, but something that goes against your basic, larger constitutional conservative principles when it comes to what the government should be doing under the subsidy fund. Cause he's taking money from billionaires on one end who hate corporate welfare and billionaires on the other end who want corporate welfare. It's because I believe agriculture, unlike any other industry, it should be treated a little differently. It should be treated a little differently. It should be treated a little differently. It should be treated a little differently and that's always been my position.
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