November 6, 2015

Yesterday James Carville said that he thought Marco Rubio was the best bet for the GOP to nominate for President. And that’s because James Carville is a sneaky little sumbitch.

I’d rather eat a Univac 500 computer machine than be Marco Rubio right now. Bless his heart, he is teat deep in hog scat right now trying to explain how he went from making $90,000 a year to $414,000 a year after he got elected to the Florida State House.

Then there’s his use of credit cards from the Republican Party of Florida. And how he could pay $14,000 to his family members for “courier services” from his PAC.

Honey, teevee is not this fella’s friend. However, to his credit, he remembered to take a drink of water first. And to top it off, he makes People Magazine this week, and not as the Sexiest Man Alive.

And the chatter on the internet is that he’s got a zipper problem. I know. I know. Bill Clinton had a zipper problem, but Bill told you upfront that he’s a rounder. He never claimed to be Mr. Holiness. That was the difference between Bill Clinton and John Edwards. And I kinda have a feeling that Marco and John can team up and open a campaign consulting business called Anything But Authentic.

So, congratulations to the Ragin’ Cajun for tricking Republicans. Again.

This is gonna be so much fun.

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