Daniel Ruth pleads for someone to help Little Marco find a new office. A snippet:
All Rubio had to do was his job in the first place by making himself available to listen to the public instead of cooking up phony excuses as too busy to perform the most elementary part of his job — constituent service. The reason his Kennedy Boulevard office became such a focal and vocal point of attention was simply because a sitting United States senator did not have the common courtesy, nor courage of his own convictions, to meet face-to-face with people who might disagree with him.
The senator whined he wasn’t interested in subjecting himself to the possible jeers and boos from the public although being called an idiot is an inherent part of the job description. And if you are going to be this thin-skinned about criticism, perhaps Rubio might consider an alternative career as a hermit.