As New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was mocking Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) in Exeter, New Hampshire, on Sunday afternoon — reprising his effective salvo at Saturday night's debate by calling Rubio a guy who "makes a good speech and looks good in a suit" but is "not ready" to be commander-in-chief — two men in rudimentary robot suits were making the same case outside a Rubio rally in a school cafeteria in Londonderry, 30 miles away.
The two protesters, Eddie Vale and Kevin McAlister, weren't working for Christie but for the liberal group American Bridge 21st Century, though their message was the same. Inside the cafeteria, Rubio repeated the line about President Obama wanting to change America, and some of his supporters at the event expressed concern about their candidate. "Not one of his better moments," Monica Mahoney said of Rubio's debate performance. "It seems like he got a little flustered. It happens to the best of us." Watch the "Marco Roboto" protesters and nervous fans below. Peter Weber