Back in January, New Face Of The Hope Of New GOP Future Marco Rubio voted against the $60.4 billion in aid for Sandy relief bill because O MAH GAWD ALL DEH PORK!
And recently, Charisma Boy! flew to New York to raise campaign money (maybe also selling those awful Rubio Thirsty bottles)
But at least one GOP Rep. ain't keen on Charisma Boy! as the New Face Of The Golden Dawn GOP Super Terrific Good Times Republican Party. Mainly because the rep sees Rubio as the goldbricking hypocritical assbag that he is.
Rep. Peter King of Nueva York went on MSNBC's Morning Joe television program Friday morning and said Marco Rubio should just forget it and stay home.
He also referred to him as "this guy," which is fantastic.
King's beef comes from the fact that Rubio has the gall -- NAY, THE BALLS -- to vote against hurricane relief for New York when Florida has gotten gobs and gobs of federal hurricane aid over the years, while simultaneously coming to New York to ask for money.
Ha. Ha. Oh, Rep. King. You have no idea.
"Any of those people who voted and postured against money coming to New York or New Jersey and then wants to come up here and take the money out of our pockets, forget it. They can stay home," King told Morning Joe's Joe.
"Guys like Marco Rubio in Florida," King also said. "All the money that your people have gotten in Florida over the years from every hurricane that came along. And this guy has the nerve to vote against money for New York and then come up here and try to raise money. You know, he can forget it."
So basically, King would rather Rubio just stay out of New York altogether if he's just going to be a blatant asshole about things.
King went on to say how his relationship with Congress is forever fractured, thanks to them dragging their feet in getting New York and New Jersey aid during their biggest time of need.
Now comes this slap in the face by the presumptive Republican nominee to fuck things up again.
Peter King ain't care.
And that's pretty damn refreshing.
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