Marco Rubio as the Prez?

In early September of 2008, before the presidential election of the Obamanation, and before the economy crashed into the abyss, Rubio said, “Marx would be pleased” by Obama’s proposals. He was right on!

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., speaks during the leadership forum at the National Rifle Association's annual convention Friday, April 25, 2014 in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/AJ Mast)


Rubio’s wife, Jeanette Dousdebes Rubio, a real beauty, was once a Miami Dolphins cheerleader. Perfect!

Rubios wife as cheerleder


However, he was also for Mike Huckabee in 2008 for the GOP presidential nomination.



Well, two out of three ain’t bad! Unfortunately, there is more.

Marco Rubio is not the son of Cuban exiles as he used to say when he fist began running for public office. In fact, up until 2011, Marco Rubio described his parents as exiles from Fidel Castro’s communist regime in Cuba.


The problem is his parents came to the U.S. in 1956, before the Cuban revolution. When confronted with these facts Rubio insisted he hadn’t known his family’s actual history. Really?

Marco was one of the first Republicans to criticize Arizona’s SB1070, and he said it would “unreasonably single out people who are here legally.”


I distinctly remember hearing him on the radio calling  the AZ bill “racist” but I cannot substantiate it now, so let’s just say he was against it. Then, just a week later, after some minor changes were made to the law, Rubio said he would have voted for it. I am not buying the flip.

Like most Cuban-American Floridians, Rubio was raised Catholic but after moving with his family to Las Vegas in 1979, he converted to Mormonism. Rubio presently claims he returned to the Catholic church as a teen, after his family’s return to Florida. But since he has attained senator status, he’s also been a regular  at a non-denominational megachurch. Seems a little suspicious to me, but who am I to judge.

As speaker of the Florida Legislature, Rubio helped pass a landmark bill to limit greenhouse gas emissions, voiced caution about drilling off the state’s coast, and argued that climate change was real. But as soon as he embarked on the US Senate race, his love for tree-huggers faded.



I guess if he thought it would win votes, then Marco would believe that the Bermuda triangle has within it a time hole vortex…


…maybe he does?

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