Marco Rubio is Functionally Insane

What the CHRIST: 

“I’m a strong supporter of the second amendment. I have a right to protect my family if someone were to come after us,” Rubio said. “In fact, if ISIS were to visit us, or our communities, at any moment, the last line of defense between ISIS and my family is the ability that I have to protect my family from them, or from a criminal, or anyone else who seeks to do us harm. Millions of Americans feel that way.”

You know, Trump is one thing, okay? Trump has hit on a line that sells, and he’s using it until it doesn’t sell anymore. I don’t believe for a minute he sincerely fears Mexican rapists anymore than he sincerely fears Muslims. Now, that doesn’t make it BETTER, in fact it’s slightly more morally reprehensible to stoke hysteria for the sake of power, but it does conform to the actual norms of human behavior.

Whereas this is some absolutely batshit crazy bullshit. I mean I am starting to think between this and the messianic stuff, we should find out if he hears voices. ISIS is truly coming for you and you’re going to stop them with a gun you just bought and barely know how to use?


5 thoughts on “Marco Rubio is Functionally Insane

  1. Rubio will certainly be prepared when ISIS infiltrates the GOP convention.

    Assuming he doesn’t wimp out and caves to the gun-grabbers of the RNC.

  2. Machine Gun Marco is just pandering. It’s what he does best. He probably overpaid for it and got suckered into buying a footlocker full of ammunition for it at prices that would have made the Contras blanch.

    This is not a bright man, after all, an assertion for which evidence seems to appear daily.

    1. This has been driving me crazy for a while now – the line that Rubio is “intelligent,” and has a “thoughtful” approach to foreign policy.

      He is a moron. He is not very bright at all. He spends his time desperately trying to catch up to whatever pandering position he should strike, careful to assure us he has given it all a lot of thought. But he just doesn’t get it. He believes if he learns the words he’ll be able to sing the song. But he never learns the tune.

  3. Hey, don’t underestimate young Mario. He’s pretty formidable; as long as he’s properly hydrated, of course.

    Someone in the political press should ask Mario if Daesh conquering the United States is something that really occupies any significant portion of his thoughts during his waking hours. They should also be prepared to call those nice fellows in the starched white uniforms and their butterfly nets.

  4. He’d better not drink the water from that Republican Governor … the people of his Party are the real terrorist!

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