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Marco Meltdown

I'm not the kind of guy to say I told you so. Who am I kidding? Of course I am! I told you so!
N.J. Gov. Chris Christie goes on the war path against Florida Sen. Marco Rubio at the final Republican debate ahead of the New Hampshire primary.

"You have not been involved in a consequential decision where you have had to be involved and accountable," Christie charged. "You just simply haven't."

"The fact is that what we need to do in this country is not to make the same mistake we made eight years ago," he continued, comparing Rubio to fellow one-term senator, President Obama. "Do not make the same mistake again."

Following Rubio's response, Christie again takes aim at the senator. "You see everybody," he said. "I want the people at home to see this. That is what Washington DC does," he said. "The drive-by attack at the beginning with incorrect and incomplete information and then the memorized 25-second speech."

"The memorized 30-second speech where you talk about how great America is at the end of it doesn't solve one problem for one person."

CHRIS CHRISTIE: Every morning when a United States Senator wakes up, they think about what kind of speech they can give, or what kind of bill they can drop.

Every morning when I wake up, I think about what kind of problem do I need to solve for the people who elected me. It is a much different experience...

Marco... You have not been involved in a consequential decision where you have had to be involved and accountable, you just simply haven't.

And the fact is when you talk about Hezbollah sanctions act that you list as one of your accomplishments, which you just did, you weren't even there to vote for it.

That's truancy.
But the real brutality came in the after analysis where suds worm was called a "malfunctioning robot" and compared to none other than Dan Quayle. Man, that's brutal!

Don't worry Marco, if this whole 'leader of the free world' thing doesn't work out for you maybe we can bring back Rubio's coke house, gayish dance troupe, and foam parties!

The future will be better tomorrow! Me gustas tu, Marco! Me gustas tu!


  1. Like Pinocchio he wants to be a real boy!

  2. @3:39

    Sheldon Adelson is no Geppetto!


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