Marco Rubio Goes Googling For You

AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite
AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite
Washington, DC

After a article on the top ten Google searches for Hillary Clinton and Marco Rubio, his camapign has released a 34-second video featuring the newly declared presidential candidate reading off the answers to his own top ten searches.

After queries about Rubio and Clinton’s ages, people generally asked different questions about each of the candidates. Apparently, Clinton’s height is a matter of consequence, and so is her platform—the American people want to know what she stands for, not to mention who her running mate will be (a question not asked of Rubio), which hints that voters may still see her as inevitable. They also want to know if Clinton is beatable and if this is her first rodeo, suggesting that Americans may have the collective memory of a goldfish. So perhaps it’s not surprising, then, that Benghazi ranked rather low among the questions — right around what is arguably the most pressing query of all: “Is Hillary Clinton vegan?”

Rubio, a far more recent arrival to the party, prompted questions regarding his nationality—his parents are from Cuba—and he stands on illegal immigration. Others wondered whether he served in the military, and if he has a twin. There was also a more general curiosity about his accomplishments. “What,” the American people asked, “has Marco Rubio done?”

Is Marco Rubio an American? Is he a twin? What religion is he? Tip – he’s an American, non-twin, Roman Catholic and you can watch the 34-second Google driven campaign pitch to learn the rest. h/t Politico.