Florida Senator Marco Rubio, who I exposed yesterday as a serial philanderer and man who slept with numerous of his students at Florida International University, claims to love hip hop. The moronic Washington Post once wrote a presidential campaign story saying this made Little Marco “cool.”
For a less credulous take on Little Marco’s musical taste, check this out:
Sen. Marco Rubio channeled Tipper Gore on the campaign trail this week, railing against the harmful influence of contemporary music, movies and other hubs of pop culture. Rubio’s comments came Tuesday in New Hampshire, as Republicans voted in a presidential primary whose results would relegate him to a disappointing fifth-place finish. “It’s become harder than ever to instill in your children the values they teach in our homes and in our church instead of the values that they try to ram down our throats in movies, in music, in popular culture,” Rubio said.
But Rubio’s remarks were interesting for another reason, recalling criticism made a generation ago by the now-separated wife of then-Sen. Al Gore. After hearing her 11-year-old daughter listening to “Darling Nikki,” a sexually explicit song by Prince, Tipper Gore joined with Susan Baker, the wife of then-Treasury Secretary James Baker, to launch a campaign against inappropriate pop song lyrics.
In November 2012, Rubio told GQ Magazine that his favorite hip-hop song was “Straight Outta Compton,” the 1988 blockbuster by N.W.A., a former group whose rise and fall was chronicled in the hit movie last year by the same name. Another song on the same album by N.W.A. is entitled: “F— Tha Police, A Bitch is a Bitch.”
Anyway, here’s an anti-Marco Rubio hip hop list. And not all of these songs are hip hop, but they are all fucking amazing.
7/ Oh yeah, I’ve got plenty more on Little Marco coming next week and in the weeks ahead. To quote from one last song I love, “Fuck Marco Rubio. And when I’m finished, it’s gonna be a bloodbath.” Listen here.