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.
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?