Thursday, April 29, 2010
The Incredible Malleable Marco
Marco Rubio wouldn't have taken the stimulus money...okay, so he wouldn't have taken most of the stimulus money.
Marco Rubio is fiscally conservative...okay, so maybe he's not so fiscally conservative.
Marco Rubio wants less government and smaller government...except when it comes to immigration control.
Marco Rubio has sold himself as being part of a new, insurgent brand of Republican, not part of the GOP "establishment"...okay, but he has accepted the endorsement of establishment Republicans like Jim DeMint and Dick Cheney.
What Marco Rubio has shown us over the past 6 months is that he is a typical politician, just like Charlie Crist, saying, doing, and sometimes wearing [see above photo] anything to get elected. Like Crist, he stands for nothing, but unlike Governor Crist, he is willing to pander to the extremists on the far, far right in order to get their votes and earn himself some national face time. And that's certainly okay for Florida voters who question President Obama's birthplace or like a flat tax or believe that the minimum age for Social Security benefits should be raised. And no doubt this slick package from Miami is the perfect choice for those who have already placed him in the White House in 2012.
Which is even more of reason that the remainder of Florida voters need to keep Marco far, far away from Washington, DC and insure that he remains in Miami where he belongs, spending his days sipping cafecitos outside of the Versailles with Los Exilos.
Posted by Rick at 9:15 AM