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Marco Rubio - Republican Font of Youth

4/17/2015 8:57:00 AM

by David Arthur Walters

Response to his announced candidacy

Juan Ponce de Leon never had it so good

17 April 2015

By David Arthur Walters

Senator Marco Rubio announced his candidacy for the presidency of the United States on April 15, 2015, in Miami at Freedom Tower, a venue carefully selected to identify himself with Cuban exiles.

We are naturally proud of our El Hombre Dorado, our local golden boy. Our very own ambitious, handsome young lawyer and professional politician certainly looks good in comparison to the old has-beens seeking the Republican nomination thus far.

Looks are everything in political advertising. The package we see is not what we get, or what we get might be pretty superficial. A President must swear to serve the people and not his prejudices when he takes the oath of office, which makes him an instant hypocrite if he keeps his word contradicting his campaign rhetoric. One can only hope that he or she is pragmatic instead of foolhardy, and that requires a great deal of experience. By the time one really becomes wise in this world, it is usually too late.

One might prize long experience if not wisdom in government, but most people in this great nation of ours, the leader of Western civilization, worship youth almost as much as the gold that led to the discovery of most of South America, the gold that was once said to pave America’s streets. We note that Republicans struck gold in Florida with the defeat of Al Gore, who reserved a leading place for the florid state in his awful truth about global warming. Senator Rubio does not yet believe in the scientific evidence of climate change.

Ponce de Leon, the Don Quixote of his age, led the first official expedition to search for gold in Puerto Rico, and he governed that island, enslaving natives to mine for gold, until unseated by a political adversary. King Ferdinand awarded him with a contract to govern other lands he might discover provided that he personally finance the voyages. Natives had told him of a fountain of youth at an island called Bimini; his search for eternal youth was the pretext for his gold craze.

He wound up in Florida, which he named La Florida because he arrived during Easter, celebrated back home as the Festival of Flowers, or so the legend goes St. Augustine likes to take credit for the fountain of youth, but in truth the fountain was near Biscayne Bay, which the honorable knight found and named in early May 1513. Little did he know that the fountain was on Miami Beach, and would be hidden when the government cut a channel across the sandbar, lopping off what is now Fisher Island.

Ponce de Leon was wounded by a poisoned arrow, and died in Cuba. It is no coincidence to the cabalists among us that Marco Rubio’s parents hail from Cuba, and that Rubio is a native of Miami on Biscayne Bay, running for President, that he has a wife and four kids, like the conquistador, and that he is Catholic to boot, though he attends services of other Judeo-Christian denominations.

Since the Senator is a Republican, it is also no surprise that his record favors the rich in the name of the poor, and believes that foreign opponents of the American Way should be conquered in the name of freedom. Is it not strange that affluent people seem to believe they are better than everyone else?

He has been taken to task in the past for saying his parents fled Cuba after Fidel Castro took over when they had actually left three years prior, implying they were political exiles after freedom instead of economic exiles after gold.

Exiles are exiles for whatever reason, and economics is political, as in the political economy of a nation. That he may have prevaricated on the issue to garner votes from Florida’s Cuban exiles would not render him any less trustworthy than the great President who said he knows what is is.

However, since Senator Rubio casts himself as eminently qualified for the Presidency because he is the son of poor immigrants who believed in the American Dream that every poor slob has a chance to become rich and powerful, which is practically the same thing in this great nation, and that he himself has become a United States Senator, a powerful and lucrative position, he should point out that that Fidel Castro espoused similar leveling ideals in his struggle against Fulgencio Batista, the rich and powerful leader of Cuba’s Democratic Socialist party.

Fulgencio Batista, who was of African-Indian-Spanish descent, began his career as a poor cane worker, and rose to the presidency and dictatorship of Cuba. It is said that he was educated to the worst forms of corruption during his sojourn in Florida.

The problem with Cuba’s radically reformed political economy was its communist means under Fidel Castro, who curried favor with the USSR and donned a red dress when his overtures were spurned by the United States. That nearly led to a nuclear war, averted by the young and handsome JFK, whom the exiles nevertheless hated because they felt he betrayed them at the Bay of Pigs. Cuban exiles were consequently privileged by immigration law, which gave them a leg up over other immigrants, especially other Hispanics, a fact that is greatly resented in South Florida, once a possession of Spain.

The honorable senator might have mentioned, to emphasize his version of the Log Cabin to White House story, the Spanish American war, how Cubans were referred to as “monkeys” on the Senate floor at the time, to show not only how far Cubans have progressed since then but low-browed Americans as well.

Of course Senator Rubio was just singing God Bless America for votes. Whether or not a candidate is descended from immigrants who settled in North American before or after the Cuban Revolution, or, for that matter, before or after the American Revolution, does nothing to qualify him or her for the presidency of the United States.

The fact that he is an intelligent, ambitious and hardworking young man should be given its proper weight. As for poverty, his affluence is no guarantee to others as talented as he that they will become affluent. He fails to cite the social facts about the circulation of the elite in this so-called land of equal opportunity; he fails to say that Success in many respects is a bitch; and he fails to give fickle Lady Luck due credit for his advantages.

However, that he was raised by poor Cuban exiles may have some bearing given the seemingly natural penchant Cuban exiles have had for governing Miami and its environs, although the Cuban style has many bitter detractors.

Senator Rubio’s detractors have pointed out, unfairly because the sample is not representative, that he is one of three Latino senators currently in office, and that one of them has been indicted, and the other is a “whacko.” That should have nothing to do with his own qualifications, and is only mentioned here in comparison with the other irrelevant nonsense.

And neither should his handsomeness have anything to do with his ability to preside over the government. Abraham Lincoln, as we can see by the life masks taken of him, was far from handsome, looked even like a corpse when alive, yet he was one of the greatest Presidents we have ever had. He was for real, did not give a hoot how he looked. In those days appearances counted for nothing; deeds made the man.

“For almost all of human history, power and wealth belonged only to a select few,” Senator Rubio averred. “Most people who have ever lived were trapped by the circumstances of their birth, destined to live the life their parents had. But America is different. Here, we are the children and grandchildren of people who refused to accept this.”

Now here we are, and in our respective ruts we shall likely stay as long has as he is a neo-conservative Republican and the human and lupine tendency to hierarchical organization persists.

One big difference besides culture was the vast physical resources offered by the North American continent. The South American continent had vast resources as well, so we must admit that the cultural differences play a major role. Yet resources are diminishing with the population explosion, abetted by immigration from the south.

Ironically, Senator Rubio’s great tax plan, although it might give the middle class a better deal, favors the rich in the name of the poor. For example, he would eliminate the estate tax altogether, which presently allows multimillionaires to exclude over $5 million each from their estates.

He espouses a flat tax, another old idea. The simplicity and apparent fairness of a flat tax appeals to everyone, and especially to affluent people who do not believe the government should be allowed to use taxation to manipulate the economy by milking the rich to feed the poor. On the other hand, affluent people adept at tax avoidance and even evasion might get hit hard even if the percentage were lower than the present top tax bracket.

Another familiar proposal: cut government spending for non-military programs, and increase military spending on wars in foreign countries.

Of course he wants to balance the budget on the backs of the American people. One of the most logically absurd statements he made when announcing his candidacy was, “our leaders put us at a disadvantage by taxing, borrowing and regulating like it’s 1999.”

The economy was booming under President Clinton in 1999, and the nation enjoyed the first balanced Federal budget in 30 years. In fiscal year 1999, revenues were 1.82 trillion dollars. Spending was 1.70 trillion dollars, the surplus was $124 billion, and the GDP was 9.2 trillion.

He said our ideas are stuck in the twentieth century. Well, the ideas that led to the advance of the Internet during the Clinton-Gore administration were not stuck there in 2000. The Dot Com bust did not ruin Main Street, and advanced civilization in the long run. We recall that Al Gore invented the Internet!

The unregulated real estate financing ideas during the Bush administration that resulted in the near financial and political collapse of the nation into another Great Depression were stuck in old ideas of exploitative deregulation. The Obama administration saved America and the world from disaster despite the resistance of crackpot neo-conservatives.

Still, we should not place so much blame or credit for novel ideas on political administrations. Novel ideas are important, and our theories must change with circumstances. But let us be honest here, and say that we do not see a single new idea from Senator Rubio yet, and lots of sour grapes. He mouths the hackneyed ideological phrases of his elders. Not that they are all bad ideas; for example, his desire to have foreign expenditures carefully accounted for is a great idea.

Freedom from one thing or another is the oldest idea around, and the idea of equality is hardly novel in the world. Nor is man’s control over the womb. We notice that the senator opposed reauthorizing the Violence Against Women Act because he is “pro life.” The sight of his lovely family on stage brought tears to many eyes when he announced his candidacy. Perhaps his wife, Jeanette Dousdebes, may peacefully have eight more children to make it a dozen.

A friend of mine said that it is essential to examine the spouses of candidates before voting. His wife is a former bank teller. Two of my wives were bank tellers. They were keen on saving. Young folks today are said to save more than their parents, having seen the last crash, and they are risk-averse as well, so their investment portfolios have meager returns. Senator Rubio has Social Security reforms in mind that would allow them to work longer than their parents before they qualify to collect benefits. Longer longevity nowadays may require them to wait until 75 or 80 years of age to collect benefits, instead of paying benefits only to the working poor who need them.

God is an old idea, and Rubio declared at the outset of his announcement that he prayed for months before deciding to lead the country. We do not know if he was begging his god for power or for guidance, and exactly what his god said to him. He quoted scripture, perhaps taking it as the voice of his god:

‘I recognize the challenges of this campaign, and the demands of the office I seek. But in this endeavor as in all things, I find comfort in the ancient command to, “Be strong and courageous! Do not tremble or be dismayed, for the LORD your God is with you wherever you go.”’

Gods get the credit for the best and worst things every done by human beings who are convinced they are doing the right thing at the time. Religion worships absolute power and politics distributes it. The senator said the common faith immigrants had in “their” god made them one people to build the freest and most prosperous nation ever. We love the Puritans, and tend to forgive our fathers for their sins. Let us sing God Bless America by Irving Berlin, and then recite the Pledge of Allegiance by Edward Bellamy, a socialist.

Solomon said there is nothing new under the Sun. We shall see as long as it shines. What we see before us in Marco Rubio is the promise of youth. Can he win the presidency? Yes, he can do that. This is the United States of America.

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