In a pre-emptive strike for the Romney campaign, Florida Senator Macro Rubio spoke hours before President Obama's visit to Orlando.
Speaking mostly about the economy, Rubio said the president doesn't believe in the free enterprise system, or what made America great.
"This is not a choice between one bad guy and one good guy. This is a choice between a guy who has no idea what he's doing and a guy that does," Rubio said.
Many in the conservative crowd think the junior senator would make the perfect vice presidential pick. "Absolutely! He should be on the ticket. He's our man," said Robbie Ford. "What a combo he and Romney would make."
When asked about the prospect, Rubio would only say he is not talking about the process, a position he has maintained throughout the campaign season.
Romney is scheduled to be in Florida next week making stops on a multi-state bus tour. Some speculate it's is to introduce his choice on the campaign trail.
Obama was headed to Orlando on Thursday to make up for an appearance he postponed last month after the shooting tragedy in Aurora, Colo. Air Force One is expected to land at approximately 1:15 p.m. The president will then shuttle off to Winter Park, where he will be speaking to crowds at Rollins College at approximately 2 p.m. Both the landing of Air Force One and the president's speech will be streamed live on MyFoxOrlando.com.