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Little Marco Rubio and His Roomie/Investment Partner David Rivera

N.B. In the clip above, all names, characters, and incidents portrayed in the fictitious film within a cartoon are fictitious. No identification with actual persons, places, buildings, products or the professional fantasies of the NRA's do-boy Little Marco Rubio, is intended or should be inferred.

After reading this Herald article on David Rivera over my first Bloody Mary, as I was driving past Little Marco's bank (otherwise known as "Braman Motorsports") on the way to work this morning the stunning similarities between these two scoundrels struck me.
The two assets Rivera listed in his 2012 congressional disclosure, for calendar year 2011, were a Bank of America savings account and a home in Tallahassee he co-owned with U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio. They sold that house earlier this year.

Completely deceptive. Never held a real job. Shady, unexplained personal finances. Drenched in hubris. Beholden to filthy lucre. Mostly, devoid of courage and integrity. BFFs, I guess.

Have a great weekend. Living well is the best revenge.


  1. Great song, lousy politician!

  2. GW,

    I believe you mean "great song, lousy human being."

  3. He's been sucking at the public teat since he graduated law school, while at the same time denouncing the government and taxpayers he has grifted his entire "career." Would you hire him to prepare a simple breach of contract complaint in county court, let alone serve as a US Senator?

  4. The only thanks I offer for Trump is what he did to Marco Rubio, nka "little Marco." Looking forward
    to the ads using his own words. The comics will have a field day.

  5. He got into law school by kissing a politician's ass. He has never tried a jury trial and probably has never litigated a single case and could not find the court house unless he Googles it. A true piece of shit and his time sucking the teat of the public should be over.


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