March 15, 2016

Marco Rubio snuck in a quiet announcement that he was suspending his campaign, but he was careful to bury it in a pile of old speeches, much of which he stole from candidate Barack Obama.

Things about being the son of immigrants, and more. He also blamed the conservative movement and the establishment Republicans for this years' season of discontent, before saying he wasn't going to be President in 2016, or maybe ever.

Bet on the ever part, Marco. Your party is dead.

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