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Marco Rubio Was On Twitter Last Night & It Was Weird But Fun

If you know me, you know that I am no fan of Marco Rubio. Ignoring his heinous record on immigration, he and his campaign portrayed Ted Cruz and his operation of being dishonest, dirty cheaters time after time with zero consideration for context, reality or facts…mainly because if they had bothered to examine context, reality or facts they’d be forced to dispel once and for all the fiction that Ted or his team were sleazy or dishonest.

My personal prejudices aside, Marco Rubio was one of the wittiest candidates in the race, and I couldn’t help but chuckle and smile at some of his one-liners.

Marco Rubio- actual Marco Rubio, not an intern- took to Twitter to dispel once and for all the fictions that the Washington Post had published about him allegedly per the intel of a “close source.”

Lil Wayne once said that real G’s move in silence like lasagna and I think that applies to acquaintances as well. People that are desperate for media attention probably aren’t your friends if there’s a long enough 15 seconds in it for them, ja feel? Marco feels.

What does that sound like? It sounds like…

No offense Marco, but you literally just said that. What did we learn in New Hampshire?

Hit them with those facts!

It was all good fun until he flirted with the idea of running for president again.

Love him, not so much love him, you’ve got to admit he’s got a gift. How about instead of another presidential run, a career as a standup comedian? Or his own late night show?

….Mkay Marco. If there was any doubt in our minds that you aren’t exactly sober, you’ve confirmed that you’re somewhere going up on an almost Tuesday…and as much as I disliked you as a candidate, you’ve earned it. Drink up Lil Marco.

Personally, this tweet was my favorite of the night:

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