Rubio lives in the same middle class neighborhood he grew up in? Same Rubio profiled today as spending his free time at the Biltmore Hotel?—
Brad Woodhouse (@woodhouseb) February 12, 2013
It’s easy to tell how seriously the Left takes the threat of a Marco Rubio presidential candidacy in 2016. Never mind what he said in his response to the president’s state of the union address, and forget what he said about his own life. His opponents would like you to know that he’s practically Mitt Romney.
"I didn’t inherit any money from [parents]. But I inherited something far better – the real opportunity to accomplish my dreams." – Rubio—
AG (@AG_Conservative) February 13, 2013
Rubio taking on Obama's class warfare and destroying it with his own middle-class story. LOVE it.—
Jedediah Bila (@JedediahBila) February 13, 2013
Class warfare? What class warfare? You didn’t know that Rubio is an out-of-touch rich dude? Get this: according to Buzzfeed, he’s been seen working out at the swanky Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, Fla. Swanky.
Marco Rubio lives in the same middle class neighborhood? Do all his neighbors spend their free time at the swanky Biltmore hotel?—
Brad Woodhouse (@woodhouseb) February 13, 2013
Rubio wants to protect his neighbors- you know the rich people he hangs out with at the Biltmore in Miami.—
Patrick Rodenbush (@PNRod) February 13, 2013
Don't be fooled by the rocks that I've got, I'm still Rubio from the Biltmore—
(@evale72) February 13, 2013
I did not know Coral Gables in Miami was working class especially within a mile of the Biltmore Hotel where Sen Rubio lives—
John G. Law (@JlawNole) February 13, 2013
Rubio's house is selling for 675k what middle class neighborhood does he live in?—
David Bunting (@buntingd) February 13, 2013
Now that we know Rubio’s claim of being middle class is obviously a sham, can we talk about his rejection of science? The president, you see, believes in the “overwhelming judgment of science.” You don’t need more proof than that, do you?
Do you believe in climate change now Mr. Rubio?—
Joanne Peters (@JoanneOFA) February 13, 2013
Wow, what a shameless liar this Rubio guy is – Obama created more debt than Bush? Well, if you don't believe in science, why not math too?—
Bill Maher (@billmaher) February 13, 2013
Science is a lie, women don't have rights, and more poverty is good for people. Got it. Thanks, Rubio.—
Amanda Marcotte (@AmandaMarcotte) February 13, 2013
Rubio? He doesn’t even know the government could control the weather if only more Democrats were elected.
Rubio: "Our government can’t control the weather." Obama's minions cry: "HERESY!!!"—
(@toddstarnes) February 13, 2013
…Did Marco Rubio just accuse Obama of trying to build a weather machine?—
Molly Redden (@mtredden) February 13, 2013
No, he’s not building a weather-controlling machine. He just wants to use the one Bush used to create Hurricane Katrina, duh.
Let’s see if some other rich, anti-science conservatives were snowed by Rubio’s act.
Republican response by Sen. Rubio superb. He is a real contender for 2016.—
Steve Forbes (@SteveForbesCEO) February 13, 2013
Great selection for a speaker in Rubio. Genuine.—
Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) February 13, 2013
Marco Rubio for president? Love this guy. If you don't know him, you should. Great response.—
Nicholas Britt (@nicholas_britt3) February 13, 2013