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Sunday
Mar062016

ADIOS RUBIO.......... POLITICAL THEATRE RUN AMOK

There is no path to the nomination for one-term Republican Senator, Marco Rubio -- who now lives in a political theatre run amok..... he spends all his time over reacting in televised Republican debates and over-acting on predominately Spanish speaking stages in the United States. Florida, his home state, has become a must win for the over-dramatic, desperate Marco Rubio.

Rubio talks of driving around the country asking for votes in his pickup truck, is Rubio delusional??? Is he dreaming of the reincarnation of Senator Scott Brown's lucky pickup truck in the Republican's surprise win in Bluest of the Blue, Massachusetts?

After the poor results in the Super Tuesday contests, the Rubio campaign is catching up with voter reality -- there is no lucky pickup truck full of delegates -- the truth of delegate math has revealed the unthinkable.... Donald Trump, an outsider will win the Republican nomination of the party. Rubio better learn to play nice in the sandbox......

Rubio is now facing the real possibility of losing the winner take all primary in the Sunshine State. The Florida senator will be a humiliated when his campaign must face voter reality on March 15, the possibility of the loss in the must-win Senator's home state. Moreover, it is now an uphill battle as Trump leads in the polling in Florida, his second home state.

Rubio can spend all his time and resources in Florida, but the delegate math tells the truth; voters have rejected the muddling moderate political theatrics......... Adios Rubio.

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