Marco Rubio, the defacto brains of the Republican party and favorite son of the Republican establishment, dropped out of his bid to become president a few weeks ago. But now the real reason for him suspending his campaign becomes evident – Rubio cannot spell “United States” and his spell check is apparently not working either.
In a letter to the Chairman of the Alaska Republican Party, Marco Rubio told Peter Goldberg that he does not wish to release the delegates he earned while running for president, thus making sure that his delegates “vote for me on at least the first nominating ballot at the national convention.”
In other words, Rubio is still hoping to become the Republican nominee for president of the United States. But maybe he should first learn to spell “United States” before trying to become its president. It’s United Marco, not “Untied.”