The junior senator from the Sunshine State claims his musical tastes tend to gravitate more towards fellow Floridian and rapper Pitbull (real name: Armando Christian Pérez). But if the media, Twitter, Chris Christie and Marge Simpson are to believed, Sen. Marco Rubio would probably be more at home giving a hearty Dōmo arigatō to Dennis DeYoung and the rest of the 1980s super-group Styx.
As reported by Douglas Ernst of the WND.com news portal on Feb. 23, 2016, the boyish looking legislator appeared on the Fox News Channel prime time program The O’Reilly Factor. It was then that the show’s host Bill O’Reilly was more of a pitbull than Mr. Pérez as he doggedly held the perpetually thirsty Miamian to task when it came to how exactly would a President Rubio solve the problem of 12 million illegal aliens in the United States.
A noticeably flustered and reportedly red eared Rubio had to fall back on his oft repeated mantra of it “depends on what the American people will support.” Unfortunately for Rubio, the charge initially raised by former presidential candidate Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) that Rubio is essentially unable to think on his feet and has to rely on memorized talking points again reared its ugly head.
As O’Reilly gave Rubio very little wiggle room on his painfully simple question of “What will you try to sell the voters?” regarding dealing with the millions who’ve broken America’s immigration laws to be here. In a less than 1 minute and 8 second period of time, Rubio mechanically fell back on it “depends on what the American people will support” either verbatim or with minor variances.
Americans love to flaunt to the world whenever they exercise their Constitutional rights. Be it an “I Voted” lapel sticker handed out on election day, to bumper stickers that advocate numerous causes, Yankee Doodle Dandies have the innate desire to put on display the fruits of their God-given rights. One exception to the rule very well could be the actions of the Louisiana governor in response to pro-abortion marchers outside the Baton Rouge Executive Mansion.
As reported by Austin Ruse of the Breitbart.com news portal on Aug. 20, 2015, GOP presidential hopeful and Chief Executive of Louisiana, Gov. Bobby Jindal has two-fold raised the ire of Bayou State pro-abortion activists by initially cancelling the state’s Medicare contract with Planned Parenthood, then ordered the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals to launch an investigation into Planned Parenthood. As reported, Jindal “requested Inspector General Stephen Street to initiate a joint investigation with the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals to determine whether Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast is engaged in the illegal harvesting and trafficking of human body parts.”
With Jindal the first governor to make such moves in the wake of the Center for Medical Progress’s (CMP) undercover expose of officials from Planned Parenthood offering up for sale various vital organs recently harvested from the bodies of freshly aborted fetuses (eyes, lungs, hearts, livers, and brains) the pro-abortion movement decided to take their protest up close and personal to Jindal and his family by marching on the Executive Mansion in the state capital. Possibly as a move to let not only the marchers, but also the world in general know what the end product of the abortion procedure is, Jindal ordered the various CMP videos to be played on an extra large movie screen with accompanying suitable speakers.
Not only has Jindal ordered the playing of the videos, he’s ordered them to be played on a continual loop. The most recent of the videos released retell of a former “procurement technician” who was instructed at a Planned Parenthood facility to cut through the face of a “nearly fully developed baby boy” in order to harvest the brain. Reportedly, the supposedly aborted fetus still had a heartbeat up to the point of his dissection.
This isn’t the first time Jindal has set the precedence for the nation’s governors. On the heels of the Knoxville, Tennessee, Islamic jihadist killing of 4 unarmed Marines and one similarly unarmed sailor at a Marine Corps Reserve Center, acting as the state’s Commander-in-Chief of the Louisiana National Guard (LANG), Jindal ordered all LANG recruiters and Drill Center personnel to arm themselves against possible future attacks.