|Stallmigo Marco Rubio (R-FL) confirms that his intentions on running. But for what?|
Confirmed, the Stallmigo Marco Rubio (R-FL) could make a run for the clown car. He's going to put his makeup on and jump into the race for the Republican nomination.
Rubio, 43 is probably going to use his swagger to win them crucial Black and Latino votes. He's probably the only Republican who can relate to the younger voters.
Rubio will make a run in April. If he's going to run for the clown car, he will contact his staffers to formally announce he will retire from the U.S. Senate. Then he will officially announce his intention to run for president. This will mark a first, two Hispanic men (both of Cuban decent) running for the Republican nomination.
Rubio must retire from his U.S. Senate seat. By Florida law, a lawmaker can't be on the ballot twice.
That assures Democrats an opportunity to pick up a seat that is pretty damn difficult given that Florida does swing in elections. Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-FL) has formally declared he's running.
Both are unaccomplished lawmakers who are first term senators. The thing about it, they will claim that President Barack Obama as their excuse when the junk food media attacks them for being inexperienced.
The Republican Party's officially trying to find the candidate who will complain about all things "Obama" and maybe everything "Clinton".
The Stallmigo had booked the Freedom Tower in Miami on that date for an undisclosed event, Rubio said he had not reserved a specific site yet, "but I will announce on April 13 what I'm going to do next in terms of running for president or the U.S. Senate."
Pressed on whether he would announce a White House bid, Rubio said: "I'll announce something on April 13."
His website, marcorubio.com, promised: "A big announcement is coming! Will you be there?"
Among other Republicans, Stallmigo Ted Cruz of Texas announced his bid for his party's nomination last week, and Stallmigo Rand Paul of Kentucky plans to make his intentions known on April 7.
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Rubio, a Cuban-American lawmaker who was first elected to the Senate in 2010, said on a Loserville program: "It's really important that we move in the right direction as a country by not just confronting the challenges of this new era but embracing its opportunities.
"So again, I'll be very excited about April 13 and talking more about that with my friends and supporters," he added, referring people to his website for "more details in the days to come."
Rubio is a huge fan of hip-hop music. He's familiar with Miami rappers Flo Rida, Pitbull, Rick Ross, Plies, T-Pain, Trina and Trick Daddy.
He's grew up listening to them. He also can rap with you on legacies Tupac and Biggie Smalls.
But what makes him a long shot is the fact he's a fan of hip-hop music. A genre the older generation isn't so hip to. Matter of fact, they often use it as a weapon.
Jay-Z was one of the most notable rappers to endorse a presidential candidate. Jay-Z endorsed Barack Obama for president in 2008 and 2012. He and his wife Beyonce were invited to the White House to see the inauguration.
This makes two so far.
Others who have thought about jumping into the clown car include:
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC)
Former governor Oops of Texas
Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey
Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin
Governor John Kasich of Ohio
Governor Mike Pence of Indiana
Former governor George Pataki of New York
Former governor, perennial loser and Loserville host Mike Huckabee
Former senator, perennial loser Rick Santorum
Governor Bobby Jindal of Louisiana
Donald The Clown Trump
The field is not weak. Not inspiring, though.
I mean c'mon, you have candidates with bullhorns instead of microphones. Most of the mention have been on television more and more than the Democrats.
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They can rant about how they're not Obama all they want, but let them win the presidency. I betcha that on Day One, the Democrats will devote their time to destroying the legacy of the Republican president.
More developments on Rubio in the coming days.