Wow, Even Pajamnesty Boy ¡Ruuuuuubio! is Trying to Cash in on the “New York Values” Feeding Frenzy Now

Of course, poor Pajamnesty Boy pretty much has to cling to every straw he can wrap his sweaty, limp fingers around.

Moments later, Todd brought up the “New York values” line and asked Rubio what that phrase means to him.

Rubio said, “I’ve never used that phrase. I think we’re all Americans. I’m campaigning on behalf of American values.”

“Mexico is in America, North America, amirite?”, he added, swallowing another bottle of water while wiping beads of sweat off his forehead.

In other desperate attempts:

On illegal immigration, Rubio called Cruz a flip-flopped who talks tough but doesn’t have the record to back that up.

Now listen h… What? Could you repeat that? Did we just hear Marco “Lie About Amnesty Through My Entire Campaign and then, the Moment I’m Elected, Join Chuck Schumer’s Gang of Eight Tijuana Sausage Fest” ¡Ruuuuubio! call somebody else a “flip-flopper on immigration?”

We did, didn’t we?

No, Marco, you lying little shitweasel, you’re NEVER going to live that one down, and we’ll be more than happy, honored even, to contribute with every little bit we can to make sure that you don’t.

Nunc futue te ipsum.


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lc purple raider (@lc-purple-raider)
January 18, 2016 22:39

I thought New York City was proud of having very few values.

Rubio, please, the fat lady, she’s going through the scales even as we speak.

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January 19, 2016 06:10

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