Would you trust Marco Rubio to handle the finances of the nation? Hell, would you trust any Republican, really?
three-bedroom property stands as a stubborn symbol of both a politically
problematic friendship and lingering questions about Rubio’s personal finances,
which dogged him on the campaign trail in 2010 and may do so again. The
friendship has frayed in recent years, friends say, as the fortunes of Rubio,
43, and Rivera, 49, have diverged. Last week, they put the 1,228-square-foot
house up for sale. The list price is $125,000 — $10,000 less than what the two
men paid for it a decade ago.
Of course, the fact that Marco's pal David Rivera is an out and out crook is the real problem. And all I can say to Kurt Schlicter is, "wanna bet?"
only people who should be afraid of Hillary Clinton running in 2016 are her
fellow Democrats, and the only thing they should fear more than her running and
losing is her running and winning.
I listed "1917" as the one major movie about politics and government nominated at both the 2020 WGA Awards and the Critics' Choice Awards. In addition, t...