A little bit of investigative reporting goes a long ways.
Hillary Clinton has campaigned on the platform that she is the common man’s candidate. The New York Times, having already accepted a $100,000 bribe from Clinton, attacked Marco Rubio’s finances in an attempt to paint him as detached and part of the 1%.
Based on this image, who do you think can better identify with the common man?
Left: Marco Rubio’s house. Right: Hillary Clinton’s house. Clearly, Hillary can identify with the common man. pic.twitter.com/3gLEXcpdmW
— Bill Sanderson (@mrgeology) June 9, 2015
From Young Conservatives:
This is all over Twitter right now, and it’s not hard to see why, it’s brilliant.
Clearly, the media is terrified of Marco Rubio. They are so desperate to plague him with scandal the lengths they will go to are downright disturbing. They have now attacked him for drinking water, having a fishing boat while living in Florida that’s not even a fraction of the cost of John Kerry’s yacht , and his wife having a few speeding tickets (Obama had just as many, but in THREE years). Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton should be in prison for what she’s done, and instead of investigating and writing about that, these “journalists” talk about how good Hillary “Dead Broke” Clinton is at saving money. Give me a break.
Townhall has more on the story:
This is so ridiculous I’m actually laughing at my computer right now. Rubio had student loan debt? Yeah, so? A lot of people do. The Rubios had trouble balancing their spending? Who doesn’t? Rubio took out a loan on his home to make ends meet? Good for him, lots of people do. He was paid a hefty amount of money to write a book about his upbringing that he used to pay off debt? Even better. He had more than one home now? Cool, wish I did too. He spent $80,000 on a speed fishing boat in ocean surrounded Florida after paying off his debt? How could he?!
Marco Rubio and his family are normal people chasing the American Dream and that scares the hell out of “dead broke so we could pay mortgages” Hillary Clinton supporters. The different between Rubio and Clinton is that Rubio embraces success and policies that allow every American to own multiple homes and a speed boat someday. Clinton, however, relishes in wealth instead of encouraging Americans to become wealthy themselves to live the good life. According to Clinton, not everyone can be queen.
Who really thinks Hillary Clinton cares about the common man at all?