No, You Lying Asshole. Just… No.

Via LC and IB Bill Quick:

New Marco Rubio ad: Trump fans, I’m asking for your votes




Is that clear enough for you, Liar Boy?

OK, all calm and collected now. This hysterical laughter can’t possibly be good for us in our advanced age:

Here’s the thing, Ruuuuuuuubio. You lied. You ran an entire campaign on the promise that you, if elected, would under no circumstances, in any shape, form or fashion, accept anything that even remotely had anything to do with amnesty, i.e. legalization of illegal aliens. You said that. Repeatedly. Loudly. Everywhere.

And we, the easily duped, bought it because, you know, how could this guy be any more clear? And you won.

And then you hadn’t even had time to let your seat get warm under your lying, traitorous butt before you raced to be the first to Chuckie Schumer and Harry Reid’s zippers.

Fuck you.

You lied. You’re done. If any of us out here were daft enough to believe a single word you say from here on to eternity, WE’D be guilty of criminal stupidity. After all, if you lied about the central plank in the platform you won on, what kind of inexcusable nitwit would believe that you wouldn’t lie about everything else?

Nobody but the terminally stupid have any trust in you, Ruuuuubio, and for good reasons.

Enemies we take prisoner, traitors we hang.


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The Establishment is now moving to Rubio from Juan! Ernesto Arbusto. Rubio went on my list of “Never support again for anything, including throwing a life preserver if he falls overboard” list when he did that betrayal.

Physics Geek

My favorite thing about all the Rubio fans attacking Cruz over his position on amnesty, or the lack thereof? It reminded lots of people about Rubio’s betrayal, which some of them appeared to have forgotten. Top. Men.

I’ll be honest: I like Rubio. If it weren’t for his Gang of 8 betrayal, I could easily see Rubio with a 10% lead over the rest of the field. But he did do it. It was a stupid own goal. He either lied-repeatedly- to the people who voted for him or he was easily snookered by a snake like Shumer. Neither one of those choices makes Rubio look good.

Got into a twitter discussion with someone recently about Rubio. She said (and don’t get me wrong, she’s quite smart and informed) “Do people have any criticisms about Rubio that aren’t related to the Gang of 8?” I replied that she wasn’t asking the right question. Rubio’s biggest, strongest promise to Tea Partiers (and the GOP voters) was that he would, under no circumstances, ever vote for amnesty for illegals. This allow a young, relatively unknown state senator a chance to grab the brass ring. Absent that particular campaign promise/stance, Rubio likely would not have won. People rightly saw this as the ultimate betrayal. Not the usual “well, you have to compromise on some things in DC” garbage, but a a complete “fuck you” to his most ardent supporters. He will never-never-win them back. For others, who don’t see illegal immigration for the societal cancer that it is, it’s not necessarily a deal killer. Rubio’s problem is that most primary voters/caucus attendees tend to be a bit more conservative, especially in the early states.

You know what’s hard? Having a discussion like this in 140 characters or less. In any event, Rubio shot himself in the foot after putting his foot in his mouth. And if memory serves, he can’t be on the ballot for both president AND senator in Florida at the same time. He may well be out of a job come November 2016.


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And if memory serves, he can’t be on the ballot for both president AND senator in Florida at the same time. He may well be out of a job come November 2016.

I was under the impression that Rubio was leaving the Senate no matter what. One term and out. I may be in error on that.