Yesterday, it was naked shower confrontations between Congressmen.
Today, the back-wax debate?
We are living in a Judd Apatow movie.
Charlie Crist may know something I don't. Perhaps implying that Rubio a) has back hair and b) has it professionally waxed is the path to voters' hearts, but he better hope it works in a big way:
Rubio now leads Crist 60-28, including a staggering 71-17 lead with conservatives. Crist has a 49-36 advantage with party moderates, but they account for just 31% of likely primary voters compared to 65% who describe themselves as conservative.
Rubio is benefiting from a widely held sentiment among Florida GOP voters that Congressional Republicans are too liberal and that Crist would add to the problem. 41% of them think that the party leadership in Washington is too liberal, and with those folks Rubio holds an 83-10 lead. 50% think that Crist himself is too liberal and with those voters Rubio's advantage expands even wider to 90-5.