It looks like former Rep. and Forever CommieNazi Hunter Colonel Allen West won't rule out running against Marco Rubio in the GOP primary in 2016.
Yes, 2016 is three years away. And yes, that's a long time and anything can happen and, oh yeah, Obama is still president.
But that won't stop us mediafolk from talking about the next president of the United States because MEDIAFOLK.
But mainly, West versus Rubio?
BY JOVE, THIS IS A THING THAT MUST HAPPEN.
West appeared on WMAL radio in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday and called a potential run against Rubez a "schism" in the party because the teabaggies must stay in a unified tax-hatey front!
Butttt... if the opportunity should arise, well then, LET'S GET IT ON!
"As I have always said, I will serve this country in whatever capacity I possibly can," West said. "My most important concern is my country. If I see people that are not taking our country down the right path, if I see people that are not standing up for the right type of principles and putting their own party politics before what is best for the United States of America."
West, of course, lines up with the hardliners on the right when it comes to Rubio's immigration ideas. And if Rubez continues on the path of pissing off the teabaggers with all this turning the U.S. into Spanish Speaking Country Where All the Mexicans Take Our Jobs, then it could set up the Troglodyte Brawl of the Century!
But asked specifically about Rubio, West was coy.
"That's a pretty heavy lift, because you're talking about running against a sitting senator, and then, of course, that creates that schism that the other side would love to see happen. We'll see what happens down the pike. God will set my feet down the right path."
West wouldn't say he wouldn't run against Rubio, so it's clear that the stars are aligning for a mega Murica-off where each candidate will try to prove which of them is tighter with God and hates taxes, the gays, women, and the environment more.
Someone needs to make this primary showdown happen!
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