Portrait in Courage: Marco Rubio

“My braces are too tight.”

And once again, Rubio bravely steps forward—after the fact—to take a strong stand on his complete lack of principles:

Rubio is the kid who sneaks onto the bus bringing the winning team home and tries to convince everyone that he’s a member of the squad. He’s probably pasted a picture of himself into the meeting between FDR and Churchill on the USS Augusta.

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4 Responses to Portrait in Courage: Marco Rubio

  1. roket says:

    I’m pretty sure several of his donors would disagree with that ‘protecting our natural environment’ part.

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  2. Bruce388 says:

    If you define “natural environment” as removing regulations that prevent oil spills and air pollution, as well as gutting EPA staff, along with personal aggrandizement, yep.

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  3. tomshefchik says:

    I was waiting breathlessly to find out what Rubio thought about this. Hahahahaha! Impotent little man.

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  4. RWW says:

    “Controversies surrounding” are weasel words used to avoid directly calling Pruitt out for his corruption. In the wingnut world, they believe these controversies are mere media creations and that Pruitt is double-plus godly good. Rubio is having it both ways, but then what did we expect from a foamparty partyboy? Going both ways has long been something Rubio gets away with.

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