Okay, so presidential candidates come to debates with talking points. Sometimes, these talking points could better be described as "zingers."

And sometimes, those zingers land very well.

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) has long been the guy who did pretty well in debates. And by most accounts, that was true in Thursday night's Fox News debate.

But his biggest moment probably came when he was asked by Fox News's Bret Baier about why he trails Donald Trump in polls of his home state of Florida.

The response involved Jesus, socialism, Sweden, Hillary Clinton pardoning herself and Benghazi. There was so much red meat, Ruth's Chris Steakhouse would be jealous.

When asked about electability at the Jan. 28 GOP debate in Des Moines, Iowa, Marco Rubio said Hillary Clinton is dishonest and Bernie Sanders should be "President of Sweden." (Fox News)