Gang of 14: Marco Rubio’s call for birthday donations garners just over a dozen givers

On May 28, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio issued a call for charitable donations in lieu of birthday gifts/greetings:

As of today, the donor count stands at 14, which seems to be an exceptionally low number given how much light is on Rubio these days. So, why did Rubio’s call for donations culminate in a participation level worthy of a Sandra Fluke rally?

A sampling of Twitter reaction might help explain the low number of donations: outright disgust and disappointment with Rubio’s position on immigration reform:

Ouch!

Related:

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  • RightFinShark

    Rubio committed political suicide with that ridiculous amnesty bill. He may want to become a Democrat after he realizes no right-minded conservatives will ever vote for him again.

    • Clayton Grant

      Yes, he did. The Dems won’t take him into their party quite yet though. He has to drop his opposition to Embalmacare first.

      • GaryTheBrave

        Embalmacare. I like it.

        • Clayton Grant

          We need to embalm ObamaCare.

          • KansasGirl

            Defund NOW!

      • BoscoBolt

        Rubio doesn’t really oppose “Embalmacare”, or he would not be pushing INSTANT AMNESTY which would add 20 MILLION new democrats to voter, welfare and obamacare rolls, overnight.

        If Rubio’s AMNESTY bill passes, obamacare will be locked-in permanently, and Rubio and democrats know it (which is why obama and 100% of all democrats support Rubio’s bill).

        • Clayton Grant

          The admin supports the immigration bill because they want the undocumented Democrats to get documented and vote. The ACA’s survival and future social programs depend on it.

      • Steve_J

        Doubt they will take him into their party. I think they will use him like they use McCain, as an useful idiot.

    • Clayton Grant

      Yes, he did. The Dems won’t take him into their party quite yet though. He has to drop his opposition to Embalmacare first.

    • Paco

      Ask Schumer for a gift you traitor.

    • Paco

      Ask Schumer for a gift you traitor.

    • Tom Chipp

      With luck they will welcome him into their party just like Arlen Specter, and the soon to be retired Chafee.

  • RightFinShark

    Rubio committed political suicide with that ridiculous amnesty bill. He may want to become a Democrat after he realizes no right-minded conservatives will ever vote for him again.

  • http://twitter.com/waltercwy waltercwy

    That many? Who are those 14 people? His mother, his wife, and 12 disillusioned McCain supporters.

    • Marcy Cook

      More likely 12 illegal immigrants

    • Marcy Cook

      More likely 12 illegal immigrants

    • Clayton Grant

      The Gang of H8, McCain’s wife and daughter, 3 other people from La Raza. That makes 13. The other could be an 18 yr old female friend of Robert Menendez

      • V the K

        Chuck Schumer promised to donate, but then turned around and removed his donation from the final bill.

      • V the K

        Chuck Schumer promised to donate, but then turned around and removed his donation from the final bill.

    • Clayton Grant

      The Gang of H8, McCain’s wife and daughter, 3 other people from La Raza. That makes 13. The other could be an 18 yr old female friend of Robert Menendez

  • http://twitter.com/waltercwy waltercwy

    That many? Who are those 14 people? His mother, his wife, and 12 disillusioned McCain supporters.

  • LightSabre

    It’s bad enough he broke my heart with that idiotic amnesty bill. It’s even worse that I live in FL and he’s my senator, but, … now I learn I share a birthday with him!! Lord, what have I done to deserve this?

  • LightSabre

    It’s bad enough he broke my heart with that idiotic amnesty bill. It’s even worse that I live in FL and he’s my senator, but, … now I learn I share a birthday with him!! Lord, what have I done to deserve this?

  • Baba Ghanoush

    I thought Rubio had a lot of potential and I was right, he will make a great democrat.

  • Baba Ghanoush

    I thought Rubio had a lot of potential and I was right, he will make a great democrat.

  • BoscoBolt

    Seriously, who would entrust a dime to a filthy TRAITOR like Rubio (or any cause which he supports)? Rubio turned against America by pushing AMNESTY for ILLEGALS – he has violated the trust of those who put him in office (Florida voters and donors nation-wide) and his oath of office – he has lost all credibility and destroyed his political future (bad for him, but, fortuitous for America that he has revealed himself now, before he gets anywhere near the 2016 GOP nomination, which is his singular goal).

  • BoscoBolt

    Seriously, who would entrust a dime to a filthy TRAITOR like Rubio (or any cause which he supports)? Rubio turned against America by pushing AMNESTY for ILLEGALS – he has violated the trust of those who put him in office (Florida voters and donors nation-wide) and his oath of office – he has lost all credibility and destroyed his political future (bad for him, but, fortuitous for America that he has revealed himself now, before he gets anywhere near the 2016 GOP nomination, which is his singular goal).

  • rinodino

    Lmao the fringe commits political suicide all the time now….. It’s like sea lab, you blow up after each episode, but instead of episodes it’s presidential candidates, my God you destroy your own worse than primitive animals…. I think you guys are right ….a popular liberal presidential candidate could rob a bank and still get elected president….especially in 2016

    • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

      We are just weeding out the garbage unlike you guys who elect the garbage.

      • Brian W

        BOOM!

      • J. Cox

        Best reply to that troll ever +11111111

    • GaryTheBrave

      I hate to agree with you but you may be correct, especially if the GOP keeps nominating left of center candidates. Maybe in 2016 the DNC could run Charlie Manson & Sirhan Sirhan and they could beat the GOP team.

      Before everyone down votes me please understand that I believe it is much more than the candidate. It is the campaign message. We need a campaign team that can get a concise message to the voters. The party has to stop putting out pablum like it did a couple of months ago. How well has that been received by the voters who didn’t vote Republican? It’s been a real snoozer. (I’m not going to remind you how it was accepted by those of us on Twitchy. It didn’t go well.)

      We have a party leadership that isn’t listening to the members. We have candidates that win the nomination and refuse to listen to the other candidates they defeated for their ideas. We have defeated candidates that try to undermine the nominee’s campaign. We have nominees that won’t share the stage with candidates for other offices.

      Rinodono is correct. We eat our own. We need to stop.

      • J. Cox

        No..why the hell should we betray our ideals just to get a guy in office?That is how democrats work,not principled people.Let them ignore the message,and when we are proven right over and over,they dig themselves into that pit.I sure as hell am not going to jump in with them.I would rather lose and be right,than win and surrender.

        • Umbra Fractus

          Meanwhile the Democrats are, y’know, IN OFFICE! How is that supposed to make things better?

          • J. Cox

            At the end of the day,I haven’t betrayed my principals.Democrat lite is not a solution.How is watering down your position each and every cycle making things better?

          • GaryTheBrave

            In the meantime the Dems do get into office and water down or eliminate the principles you hold near and dear.

            rinodino has a point. This issue may be the only area where he stands left of center. On many others he may very well be in step on those principles. Let’s defeat him on this but make sure he understands that we will support him IF he adheres to the Constitution.

        • Umbra Fractus

          Meanwhile the Democrats are, y’know, IN OFFICE! How is that supposed to make things better?

      • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

        You are right in your assessment that the party leadership is hurting us but this mentality that we shouldn’t ‘eat our own’ has to stop for that very reason. We have a party run by spineless political consultants and fake conservative progressive politicians that keep losing elections for us and they have to be expelled from the party. If we ever hope to win elections again we have to stand on principles instead of politics and in order to do that we have to get these idiots out of here.

        • Wigglesworth

          It’s one thing to throw one of your own under the bus for a gaffe, but when he goes all in on a bill that will destroy our country we have no choice, but to shun him.

          Imagine if democrats entered a gang that came up with a compromise of serious entitlement reform in exchange for a promise to study future tax increases and if in 5 years they couldn’t come to an agreement it would be turned over to a different committee to come up with a tax plan. A democrat would never enter into a fake compromise like that because they know it would be political suicide. Rubio apparently thinks he can get away with it.

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            I think you misunderstand, I agree with you wholeheartedly. Get these idiots away from us.

        • GaryTheBrave

          I’m not saying discard our principles. My point was more about the process. The process has changed and we are still thinking of how it worked in the 80’s.

          We have to present a team. Candidates of different offices at different levels showing a united force with a consistent message: specific goals, specific plans, understanding that different ideas can be incorporated to achieve these goals.

          For example, how many of the former GOP candidates, upon bowing out, IMMEDIATELY endorsed another candidate? How many campaigned for Romney? How many did Romney invite to speak for him? How many Congressional candidates shared the stage with Romney or Paul?

          Take a look at the Obama campaign. Ask the same questions about that campaign. You will find a great difference between how each campaign worked. The Democrats presented a consistent message and a concerted effort.

          When your Presidential candidate is in your area and your Congressional or state legislative candidates are not also speaking will the voters think they will have the ear of the President if he gets elected?

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            I think you are right but that works with Democrats because the Democrat Party is led by dyed-in-the-wool liberals who nominate other dyed-in-the-wool liberals. The GOP is run by establishment progressives who nominate other establishment progressives who are trying to make themselves look like actual conservatives while trying to push actual conservatives away because they are afraid they are going to make the GOP look like kooks to liberal voters who are not going to vote GOP anyway. These people are morons, it’s no wonder actual conservatives didn’t want to support them. The RNC needs to clean house and install new actual conservative leadership who actual conservatives can work with, but it won’t happen until something ‘radical’ happens like the Tea Party winning consistent elections.

          • GaryTheBrave

            We are on the same page. Unfortunately most people who are registered Republicans are not dues-paying members of the party. Only members can choose the leadership.

            What a true conservative Republican candidate must do is bypass the leadership and reach the rank-and-file conservative voter.

            Forgo the “professional” handlers and advisers. They’ll have the candidates straddle the double-yellow line all the way to defeat. The GOP leadership still allows open primaries for crying out loud.

      • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

        You are right in your assessment that the party leadership is hurting us but this mentality that we shouldn’t ‘eat our own’ has to stop for that very reason. We have a party run by spineless political consultants and fake conservative progressive politicians that keep losing elections for us and they have to be expelled from the party. If we ever hope to win elections again we have to stand on principles instead of politics and in order to do that we have to get these idiots out of here.

    • JustLikeAnimals

      Yup. Rubio showing what a rank political amateur he is. He’s done in national politics before he even got started. Hilarious that his “water bottle incident” will he the thing he’s remembered for nationally. Heh.

  • rinodino

    Lmao the fringe commits political suicide all the time now….. It’s like sea lab, you blow up after each episode, but instead of episodes it’s presidential candidates, my God you destroy your own worse than primitive animals…. I think you guys are right ….a popular liberal presidential candidate could rob a bank and still get elected president….especially in 2016

  • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

    This is why you don’t piss off your base.

    • KansasGirl

      Or on them. lol

    • rinodino

      Yeah and this is why liberals will continue to stay in power while you stick your chest out on “principals”…. Good job goofy!!! The Mickey Mouse club awaits you!

  • David Johnson

    Someone should start a drive on Sen. Cruz’s birthday. Show rubio how true Republicans are treated.

  • Steve_J

    I’d like to but I’m saving my money to help pay for all the illegals who will be on welfare if he gets his pos bill through Congress.

  • Cruz2016!!!

    This makes me happy! I’m glad to see more and more going against Marco because of his ridiculous amnesty bill!

  • JustLikeAnimals

    Rubio’s been blinded by the limelight and has succumbed to the influence of his liberal comrades in the Senate. Too bad. He seemed to have so much promise until he soiled himself in this immigration “reform” fiasco.

    He is so quickly becoming an establishment liberal that it’s breathtaking.

    • KansasGirl

      I’m not so sure he succumbed to the limelight, I think he craved it.
      Speaking for myself, when I first heard his spiel (before I had ever heard of the man), I wanted to learn much more about the man.
      Unfortunately, it didn’t take long to know the man is not conservative. *sigh*

      • JustLikeAnimals

        You, me, and a lot of other people. But is has become increasingly clear that Rubio has no spine and is easily swayed by those around him. Schumer & Co. have rolled Rubio like a little prison bi%$ch. What a loser.

        • KansasGirl

          Absolutely JAA, he has power to do great damage to this country.
          I’m curious who the fourteen are who gave him money.
          Staff maybe? lol

  • RblDiver

    Maybe he thought all those illegals who’d get amnesty’d donate to him, just like they’ll somehow vote Republican too…

    • JustLikeAnimals

      Yeah, he forgot they can’t vote……yet.

      • Torqued

        Sure they can. Have been for years.

  • J. Cox

    When the SEIU backs your plan….you know you are doing wrong.

  • Stone Bryson

    Curious. So Senator Rubio suggests people donate to a charitable cause which helps provide clean water to people in need, and people celebrate the low donations with the response, “Screw you and clean water for the needy Marco, because… AMNESTY!”

    When you live up to the progressive stereotype of what a conservative is… well, you can’t really bellyache about being stereotyped, now can you?

    • Angie

      Good lawd, you’re an idiot. Choosing not to give to every charity one is solicited to give to does not = “being uncharitable.”
      In addition to not understanding what being charitable or “stereotype” actually means, you vile progs really have no critical thinking skills.

      • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

        To be fair, Stone is not a progressive(I don’t think so any way). He is just the typical libertarian that still gets his info from The Daily Show.

        • Angie

          If it quacks like a duck . . .
          Libertarians who get his info from The Daily Show may like to fantasize about being libertarians, but they’re de facto vile progs.

          • Stone Bryson

            LOL you DO know what a duck sounds like, right? If you had read any of my posts on the 2nd Amendment here, or taxation or Benghazi and any number of a dozen issues, you’d know how silly you sound accusing me of that.

          • Angie

            Dude, you really can’t understand basic English, can you? I’m discussing libertarians who get all their info from the daily show — WTF are *you* talking about?

          • rinodino

            Lol crazy auntie Angie at it again… Put the ripple down

          • Stone Bryson

            LOL you DO know what a duck sounds like, right? If you had read any of my posts on the 2nd Amendment here, or taxation or Benghazi and any number of a dozen issues, you’d know how silly you sound accusing me of that.

        • Angie

          If it quacks like a duck . . .
          Libertarians who get his info from The Daily Show may like to fantasize about being libertarians, but they’re de facto vile progs.

      • Stone Bryson

        Considering the fact I am no where NEAR a being a ‘prog’ you speaking as you have here, with clearly unbridled emotion, makes you the idiot.

        And I did not say people HAD to give a particular charity to be charitable (use those ‘critical thinking skills’ you spoke of and re-read my post), but celebrating a low turnout for a charitable cause – as has been done here – because of a political belief is pretty vile in of itself. Project much?

        Oh, and thank you Ben (never thought I’d say those words to you LOL). Although no, I do NOT watch the Daily Show – I do enjoy Reason Magazine and The Blaze, however…

        • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

          Regardless of popular belief I think you are a smart guy who has been misled, I have faith though that one of these days that you will be on the right track.

        • Angie

          And in the spirit of proving how much of an idiot you are — you can’t even understand what *you* wrote.

          • Stone Bryson

            Um… what? Wow. OK, yeah… you got me there. Clearly you’re the brain-child, and I’m the moron. Oh, and no, you don’t come across at all as a loon. Nope, not one bit.

            Have a good life.

      • Stone Bryson

        Considering the fact I am no where NEAR a being a ‘prog’ you speaking as you have here, with clearly unbridled emotion, makes you the idiot.

        And I did not say people HAD to give a particular charity to be charitable (use those ‘critical thinking skills’ you spoke of and re-read my post), but celebrating a low turnout for a charitable cause – as has been done here – because of a political belief is pretty vile in of itself. Project much?

        Oh, and thank you Ben (never thought I’d say those words to you LOL). Although no, I do NOT watch the Daily Show – I do enjoy Reason Magazine and The Blaze, however…

    • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

      You do realize people can give to charity without endorsing a politician in the process, don’t you?

      • Stone Bryson

        Read my post to Angie for the response, please.

        • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

          but as was my point, the article is about Rubio not getting support on his birthday and not about the charity.

          • Stone Bryson

            Agreed, and that was my point, that the article missed the mark. It should have been about how people were ignoring Rubio’s charity because of politics. The commenters here only proved that was the story, mocking Rubio’s decline because of amnesty while ignoring what people were punishing him for.

            Look man, you and I know the issues we disagree on, but dammit, I sincerely want conservatives to get it together. I am actually terrified of another totalitarian prog taking the White House in ’16, so believe it or not I am rooting for you all to pull this thing together and put an electable candidate on the ticket. Libertarians cannot do it alone, there are too few of us, thus we have to count on you all. I just fear if conservatives keep lambasting each candidate over single-point issues you’ll never find one that can win. And we need one that can – badly.

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            Well, we agree on the end game but now is the perfect time to call out these fake conservatives before they move up the ladder. I don’t want to nominate/elect someone and down the road find out they are really just a progressive in conservative clothing like Rubio is proving to be. True conservatism and libertarianism are not all that far apart which is why we both need to weed out the progressive elements in the GOP before it becomes a big deal during election time.

          • Stone Bryson

            OK, we can agree on that, but does this one issue make Rubio a ‘progressive?’ I’m not saying he’s not, BTW, nor even saying I am a fan of his, but just by judging his overall voting record? I’m not so sure.

            Example: You already know what I (strongly) think of GMO’s, yet Rand Paul voted in favor of Monsanto recently. Do you think I’ll turn my back on him for that one issue? No way, because I agree with him on a majority of issues.

            Yes, conservatives need to get rid of covert, true progressives in the party, I just hope you all do not throw out the proverbial baby with the bath water based on single issues. This country cannot withstand another leftist in the WH right now, thus – as I said before – we need a principled person that can win. That noted, judging from the reactions here it looks like your methods will be the standard, thus I sincerely hope they work…

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            I agree if it was just one issue it wouldn’t make him a RINO but Rubio has done other things to make us question his conservatism before like throwing other conservatives under the bus. Without going into specifics it is a pattern of putting politics above principles, and while that doesn’t necessarily make him a RINO or progressive I don’t think we would want someone who would sell their principles down the river in order to play politics and adding millions of Democrat voters to the population is a pretty big issue to sell out on.

          • Stone Bryson

            I’ll be honest – I’ve not seen that. I will not dispute it, however, because now that I think about it I believe you do have a point there. Fair enough, I’ll concede this one.

            The good news is it’s Friday, which means whoever has a mad-on for Monsanto will be working the Twitchy desk (those stories always seem appear on weekends). Natch, that means we’ll be scrapping and insulting each other again soon. 😀

            Have a good weekend.

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            Ha, I can’t wait.

            Thanks, you too 😉

          • Torqued

            Yes, this one issue makes him a commie traitor. I hope he gets caught in a cross fire of mehican gangs. And wouldn’t it be funny if they were using ovomit and holder’s illegally trafficked guns?

          • lanahi

            Do you not see how important THIS “single issue” is? This, as much as anything the congress can pass, will ruin our country for the future. It isn’t a minor single issue…it truly is MAJOR!

            Would you forgive a congressman for voting for gun control or freedom of speech because of just that one “single issue”? I truly do not care what else Rubio has or has not voted for…this one issue is one of the most toxic that there is, and no, I can’t forgive him for that.

        • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

          but as was my point, the article is about Rubio not getting support on his birthday and not about the charity.

      • Stone Bryson

        Read my post to Angie for the response, please.

  • eeddggy

    I would burn my money before handing over to folks bent on ruining my country. Trying to appear compassionate doesn’t fly at this point. Marco sold his soul for some perceived political gain. In the process he is selling out America.

  • Nick Olas

    I thought Rubio was the real deal. I proudly voted for him in 2010 thinking he would stick with his authenticity. Instead, he sold out to the Dems. I don’t think I’d vote for him again. No common sense conservative would side with Schumer Durbin McCain Graham & Co.

    • BeeKaaay

      The RINOpublican party is taken over by Marxists. Marxist goal 15 = mission accomplished.

  • Nick Olas

    I thought Rubio was the real deal. I proudly voted for him in 2010 thinking he would stick with his authenticity. Instead, he sold out to the Dems. I don’t think I’d vote for him again. No common sense conservative would side with Schumer Durbin McCain Graham & Co.

  • sb36695

    He’s a sellout. Hope it was worth it!

  • sb36695

    He’s a sellout. Hope it was worth it!

  • Wigglesworth

    May Rubio’s political career spontaneously combust!

  • kssturgis62

    I am so glad to see this. I hate saying I told you so Marco, but I told you so. I tried to tell people he was a liar when he first ran, but basically there was no choice. Charlie Crist, the Liberal or Marco. I am so happy people see the Liar for who and what he is. From the Taking of Illegal Campaign Contributions, to destroying with Jeb Bush every Immigration bill that came across Rubio’s desk as speaker, or holding them up, to admitting to using the Credit Card in Florida, Bashing Michelle Bachmann on NPR radio over the Muslim Brotherhood, Standing with John McCain and voting for Brennan, bashing Ted Cruz on the Senate Floor while Rand Paul’s filibuster was going on, the man is a Disgrace.

    THE FOUNDERS OF OUR NATION WARNED US ABOUT FOREIGN INFLUENCE IN OUR GOVERNMENT THE FACE IS MARCO RUBIO, BARACK OBAMA, LUIS GUITTEREZ, MENEDEZ, ELLISON, the list goes on. You look at what these people do and how they push to destroy our nation, they are Great Deceivers.

  • BeeKaaay

    The RINOpublican party is taken over by Marxists. So no wonder Rubio wants to promote the Marxist open borders doctrine through his pushing for yet another amnesty without any serious border protection.

  • BoscoBolt
  • CrashFroelich

    I wonder if Rubio’s hard-working father would appreciate the effort to reduce the value of an American citizenship to trash?

  • froggy19510

    I had such high hopes for Ribio. I was hoping he would be like Ted Cruz.

    • proudhispanicconservative

      He cant hold a candle to Cruz, keep in mind this is coming from a guy that voted for him in Florida.

  • Timmmmm

    Rubio still has a chance to regain his credibility. Walk away from Amnesty and behave like a conservative. If you compromise with Democrats all you get is there agenda passed then they will change it once it is passed anyway.

    • lanahi

      No, I don’t think he will regain his credibility. He will always be “the amnesty man.”

  • Timmmmm

    Rubio still has a chance to regain his credibility. Walk away from Amnesty and behave like a conservative. If you compromise with Democrats all you get is there agenda passed then they will change it once it is passed anyway.

  • RFlanary

    The number might go up if he starts accepting Pesos and EBT….

    • anthonybgonzalez

      take a long walk off a short pier pal.

  • Torqued

    1. I don’t get my money involved with traitors.
    2. Who the hell has any money?

  • $37261919

    Let Rubio run for presidente of La Raza because with conservatives he’s finished .

  • agroulx

    I watched “They Come to America 2” – the illegal immigration documentary by Dennis Lynch today..(by the way, go buy it!) and the last scene of the film is with Rubio… It speaks VOLUMES about him and how he really sees us ordinary Americans and how much he does Not value what we have to say… And for that, I will never support him.. As a new resident of Florida, I do not have his back and he does not have my vote.

  • agroulx

    I watched “They Come to America 2” – the illegal immigration documentary by Dennis Lynch today..(by the way, go buy it!) and the last scene of the film is with Rubio… It speaks VOLUMES about him and how he really sees us ordinary Americans and how much he does Not value what we have to say… And for that, I will never support him.. As a new resident of Florida, I do not have his back and he does not have my vote.

  • TonyMitch

    Rubio sure had the GOP fooled. They truly thought he cared about all Americans not just the latino/hispanic/mexicans. He is just like the lib latino/hispanic/mexican politicians

  • TonyMitch

    Rubio sure had the GOP fooled. They truly thought he cared about all Americans not just the latino/hispanic/mexicans. He is just like the lib latino/hispanic/mexican politicians

  • Larry Mellette

    Now Now guys come on. See it is the Conservatives that are the downfall of the GOP. I left the party when Homeland Security was founded and the TSA. Warrentless searches. I was gone. Then the crazy spending. Just remember the Dem.s say so. So it must be true. Bad Bad Conservatives.

  • anthonybgonzalez

    prove that mexico is racist, jackass.

  • anthonybgonzalez

    on what map is there a country named “America”? dumbass

  • lanahi

    It’s true, his “people” are Latinos, not the rest of us, not Americans as a whole. So THEY can vote for him again. No reason the rest of us should support him.

    We’ve come to the point of dividing our nation into subgroups. “Diversity” and “dividing” come from the same root word. It doesn’t work in producing a healthy, united country. The old melting pot concept worked: People from all nations and all life views came to this country to be part of this great nation, to be proud AMERICANS. Not Mexican-Americans, not black-Americans, not any hyphonated Americans at all. We forged a strong united nation from this hodgepodge of immigrants. That worked.

    Now we have large subgroups that our politicians think they should cater to for votes. If they spoke to Americans as a whole, they might get votes from most of us. Americans as a whole have the same issues…jobs, freedom of self-determination, honesty in government…we are all in the same boat. So talk to Americans, not any other “people”. “WE, the People”. Rubio doesn’t speak to or for me and doesn’t even try.

  • Paratisi

    La RAZA(In Proper Context “The RACISTS!”)

    #NOrinos2014

    God Bless America!

  • Paratisi

    La RAZA(In Proper Context “The RACISTS!”)

    #NOrinos2014

    God Bless America!

  • anthonybgonzalez

    mexico didn’t create La Raza, genius.

  • Paratisi

    AWW! The MoonBat RACIST, thinks he made a Funny! Isn’t that cute? Bless his RACIST Heart!