Mr. Roboto: Take Two

This was Marco Rubio yesterday in Nashua, New Hampshire.

What is this man’s problem? It’s getting downright creepy. Is there a brain in there or just a malfunctioning recording?



Categories: Election 2016, Politics

17 replies

  1. That’s why we here in New Hampshire insist on seeing and hearing the candidates in the flesh. No retouching, no snipping for sound bits … look ’em in the eye or feel the grip in their hand, if we can. We’ve deflated more than one mass-media advertising image candidate and seems we’re about to squish a few more.

    • Must be a fascinating place to live when a primary is in the offing. I can’t even imagine all those candidates, public gatherings and appearances, media people. I put a lot of stock in those of you who do get to “look ’em in the eye.” So much better than getting it all filtered through the media.

  2. An soundbite spouting idiot savant. The first product of a generation of political players fully formed by right-wing corporate media.

  3. Is this bloke real? I reckon I’d do a better job as POTUS than this fellow.and speaking of brains there doesn’t seem to be an over abundance of them amongst the people of New Hampshire, IMNSHO

  4. He really does appear to be a robot! Saw him speak at the debate after Iowa, and it was downright embarrassing!

  5. lol… at 0:25 is when I think he realized he was repeating himself then veered off rather poorly.

  6. Did you see the people in cardboard Marco robot suits. Funny! (Maybe Rick Perry can lend him the “I was tired and on painkillers for my back” excuse?)

    • He can’t even get his excuse straight. For several days he claimed his repetitions in the debate were intentional (yeah, right). In the last day or two he’s finally admitted he screwed up. But I’ve yet to see him admit to doing it again a couple of days later in Nashua.

      I have a hunch those cardboard robot suits are going to be seen a lot more in the weeks and months to come.

  7. It’s that his followers are so dumb they need to have everything repeated.

"Opinion is the medium between knowledge and ignorance." ~ Plato

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