Now they are a notch on a belt, and the savior can feel good about themselves.
They see it as an instrument of death, not the place where Christ became the savior.
If Rubio is to be the party's "savior," as promised by TIME magazine, he needs to develop a new message to accompany his new tone.
c.1300, "one who delivers or rescues from peril," also a title of Jesus Christ, from Old French sauveour, from Late Latin salvatorem (nominative salvator) "a saver, preserver" (cf. Spanish salvador, Italian salvatore), from salvatus, past participle of salvare "to save" (see save (v.)). In Christian sense, a translation of Greek soter "savior." Replaced Old English hælend, literally "healing," noun use of present participle of hælan (see heal).