It was back in the fall of 2015 when marco rubio, in the early stages of the race for the gop nomination for president, made some very serious pronouncements about his current job, what he thought of it, and regarding his future. It’s the “White House or Bust” for rubio, as he declared that he had “given up” on the US Senate, that it was too slow and too rule-bound, and that, with emphasis added as an excuse for missing so many votes, that he was leaving the Senate, and that he was NOT running for re-election (“Rubio gives up on Senate: ‘He hates it’”).
Even after he dropped out of the presidential race in March, he reiterated his statements, telling reporters:
“I’m gonna finish out my term in the Senate and over the next ten months we are going to work really hard here – we have some things we want to achieve – and then I’ll be a private citizen in January.
“No. No, I’m not running for reelection to the Senate.” (“Marco Rubio Emotionally Announces He Will Not Seek Senatorial Reelection”)
rubio has also lamented the failure of any of his great ideas, embodied in several failedContinue reading