Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Goodbye Rubio Tuesday, Redux*




Farewell, Little Marco.

Here's the guy who beat you:


*Yes, everybody's on it now

Kos

The Moonie Times

International Business Times

Mark Leibovich

Vox

MSNBC

The list goes on.

But I was there first :-)

6 comments:

Paul Wartenberg said...

Rubio = Fetch

CM said...

👍

Robt said...

The 2016 Model, Marco Roboto is now obsolete for U.S. public office.

There has been some interest from K Street for robotics investment.

On the other hand, Trump could use a piss bucket boy.

From GOP rising star to GOP falling star.

Kevin Holsinger said...

Good morning, Mr. Glass.

"I cannot self-terminate. You must lower me into the steel."
---Marco Rubio to David Brooks.

Be seeing you.

RUKidding said...

But just before turning off the Rubiobot, lil Marco managed to insult the Native Americans as his Swan Song. Score!

Rubiobot: I am finished. brack! I am finished. brack! Press the Shut Down button now. braaacccc.....

trgahan said...

I think the media/punditry/right wing hack's can go "full Driftglass" these days because for them the argument still has a tacit conclusion of "We'd be SOOOO dominating this election if it wasn't for (insert any excuse except Republicans being Republican)"

They can lambaste "The Establishment", Cruz, Trump, a nebulous version of "media," and even former policy buzz words (ie. trick down economics) that were holy doctrine just a few years ago. Because they can always fall back to Both Sides (ie. conservatism never fails, its just failed or subverted). Better, they have laid it all on Obama's "radical polarizing presidency" and the checks are still clearing.

None are turning Democrat/Liberal, none would dare call out a specific policy or current platform position, when even acknowledged primary voters can only be referred to as "betrayed and angry" (never mind exactly what they feel the betrayal was or why the anger OR who tells them very day all day they have been betrayed and should be angry about that), and certainly no one is turning an actual camera on actual collaborators and calling them collaborators.