Amid the predictable collapse the past week of HealthCare.gov’s too-complex technology, not enough notice was given to Sen. Marco Rubio’s statement that the chances for success on immigration reform are about dead. Why? Because, said Sen. Rubio, there is “a lack of trust” in the president’s commitments. . . .
When belief in the average politician’s word diminishes, the political world marks him down and moves away.
This little blurt is especially hilarious given the context: It appeared in the pages of scamnesty rag The Wall Street Journal, and it mentions “lack of trust” as being deadly to the average politician.
Oh, hey, you mean like the way conservatives no longer trust your golden boy, Marcus Iscariot, given how he lied his head off about amnesty in order to get elected, and then immediately began promoting amnesty?
You’re right about one thing: the conservative political world has, indeed, “marked Rubio down and moved away.”