You know that moment when someone, maybe a friend, finds fortune of some kind and they start making changes to accommodate it, until you're forced to tell them "you've changed - and not for the better"? That's what is happening to Marco. He's acquiring too much polish for his own good, reducing the best thing about him - that he can clearly and plainly articulate what this country is all about - to calculation, revealing his dark side once the authenticity is gone.
He'll never be Antonio Villaraigosa, thank goodness, but, ever so slightly, he's moving in that direction.
- TMR, to Marco Rubio's Republican National Convention speech, August 31, 2012
Today's mention of "the disappointment that is Rubio" by Hot Air (and others) made me wonder, "Why on Earth do I still read this stuff?"
Nothing about the exchange makes sense.
Hot Air is consistently voted the #1 conservative news analysis site.
Hot Air probably attended the Republican National Convention.
Hot Air probably knows Marco Rubio personally.
All 100% true, without embellishment. So boggle my fucking mind, and riddle me this, Batman:
What good is Hot Air if they're just discovering something my black ass nailed, after one glimpse of this wanker on television, last year?
They simply provide no value:
Don't argue with me - I live in "Mormon Country",...