Marco Rubio, Man of Destiny! (Part Infinity)

Deep thoughts from Marco Rubio, Man of Destiny!

As regular readers and Good Scissorheads know, Mock Paper Scissors believes every morning Marco ‘Big Gulp’ Rubio, the Cold Warrior for a New Generation, and beloved grandson figure of Wingnuts over the age of 65 and under the age of death, springs from his bed, refreshed and declares to the world that Today he will be a Man of Destiny. We also believe that every evening after brushing his teeth and saying his prayers, he whispers, “Well, maybe tomorrow…”

We present a comedy in two tweets:

For the record, we also note that Puerto Rico was without power for 9 months.

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9 Responses to Marco Rubio, Man of Destiny! (Part Infinity)

  1. My question is why is Rubio talking about this? Is the transformer explosions somehow related to socialism? Was the transformer lazy and didn’t avoid exploding? Or is the Senator from Florida who has consistently voted against upgrading our national infrastructure somehow trying to blame Maduro for not upgrading Venezuela’s?

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    • tengrain says:


      I think Marco, Man of Destiny, is trying to make the case for a “humanitarian” invasion. Remember, he is fundamentally a Neocon.



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    • roket says:

      I could be wrong but I was under the impression that he’s dissing socialistic renewable energy produced by a German Dam in Venezuela. Because we all know that transformer explosions occur mostly from the energy which is produced by renewables. No, wait!!!


  2. donnah says:

    Marco, have another swig of water, ya dumdum. You just proved what an idiot you are. Again.

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  3. another kiwi says:

    Right now Marco’s researchers Larry, Curly and Mo are into their second day of No Cheetos. That’ll learn them.

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  4. Scottie says:

    Hello TG. It is well known Rubio hates being in congress. He hates any real work it seems. All he wants is money and power. He had to almost be forced to run for his seat this last time. He is constantly thinking he will and should be president, yet he doesn’t have the chops for it, nor willing to do the real work. I doubt he will be in office much longer. Florida is getting tired of him. Hugs

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    • Infidel753 says:

      He is constantly thinking he will and should be president, yet he doesn’t have the chops for it

      Doesn’t have the chops to be President? Based on this and the robot-repetition thing during the debate with Christie, he doesn’t have the intellect to succeed as a burger flipper at McDonald’s. This is Gohmert-level dumbth. May the Germán Dam blunder haunt him for the rest of his career.

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  5. Fearmongering over anything to do with Venezuela whether he understands what is going on there or not is how he means to demonstrate that he is a Very Serious Person. People in gov’t who are good at finding reasons to go to war are often treated Very Seriously, because War is Serious. It also gets people killed, but I doubt that’s Rubio’s concern. Being taken seriously is. Like a squirting boutonniere, but with Acqua da Cristallo “tributo a Modigliani”. Blindingly stupid, but certainly not cheap.

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