Senator @MarcoRubio Slurps The Turtle Soup…
…and burns his lips, which may make it more difficult for him to kiss a certain Majority Leader’s arse.
From Breitbart, Julia Hahn reporting, we learn that Don Marco may be in trouble:
The populist, anti-establishment groundswell could spell trouble for the presidential campaign of donor-class darling Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) — who has twice fearlessly ignored voters and risked his political career to advance the goals of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
Now that the Republican base has its sights set on Mitch McConnell, it could pose a serious problem for the campaign of Sen. Marco Rubio, whose two notable accomplishments are closely tied to Mitch McConnell’s agenda—namely co-authoring the Gang of Eight amnesty bill and casting the 60th and deciding vote for Obamatrade.
We also learn that Don Marco has slurped deeply from the Turtle Soup bowl:
Only days before Boehner’s resignation announcement, Rubio seemed to defend John Boehner and Mitch McConnell—arguing that Republican voters were expecting too much when they sent their elected officials to Washington to represent them.
“Expectations were raised unnecessarily high,” Rubio said in an interview with Fox News host Bret Baier.
Rubio told Baier, “The idea that you would win the Senate, control the agenda never was true,” he said. “You need a president. It’s one of the main reasons why I decided to run for president.”
The line from McConnell, since he took over as Majority Leader is January, has been that the Republicans can’t be expected to get major things done because they need control of the Presidency to do so.
Of course, as Mark Levin has pointed-out time and time again, that is BS because, under The Constitution, it is the Congress that holds most of the Domestic Powers.
Recently, Mr. Levin described Old Mendacious Mitch near-perfectly:
You’re a Quisling. You’re A little man. You’re a Know-Nothing….
…So his ego is massive and, yet, he’s a pygmy, an intellectual midget, a dwarf of a statesmen.
Just another HACK, the CEO in charge of The Banal Bastards Company.
And, as for Don Marco Rubio, well…we are known by the company we keep.
Frank Sinatra once asked:
Is it that good turtle soup?
Or merely the Mock?
Don Marco deserves to be mocked and most certainly not considered for the GOP Nomination by conservatives — we’ve had enough HACKS shoved-down our throats.