Marco Rubio Wants to be President; Wife Was Cheerleader. Go, Dolphins!

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I love the Internet, especially when a simple Google search gives you back some awesome information about “important” Hispanics and –in this particular case– Hispanics running for the U.S. Presidency, a field that is starting to look pretty crowded already.

Take Republican senator, scary, anti-gay, anti-immigrant former mormon Marco Rubio, who announced his presidential bid Monday, framing the election as a “generational choice” for Americans from none other than Miami’s Freedom Tower, a “Cuban American emblem,” better known for its sheltering Cuban refugees and NOT for selling Freedom Fries.

Pretty hot Latinas
Pretty hot Latinas

I’m not sure about Rubio’s “generational choice,” but I find it pretty weird amazing that his wife, Jeanette Dousdebes, and sister were once cheerleaders for the Miami Dolphins. I mean, that’s what Capitalism is all about, right?

Go, Dolphins!

Rubio Wants English-Only Policies. Yet, Finds Spanish Convenient to Pander to Hispanics

Florida’s GOP Senate nominee Marco Rubio has taken any chance possible to say that English should be the official language of the United States. He is also well known for his hard line rhetoric against immigration.

Yet, when it comes to winning votes among Hispanics, the son of Cuban immigrants has not missed the opportunity to speak, well, in Spanish, the language of Cuban immigrants.