"Keep a vest for protection, from the barrel of a Smith & Wesson/ And all my n----s in the pen, here we go again/ Ain't nothin' separatin' us from a Mack-10."
Tupac Shakur. I have to tell you, I have a new found respect for Rubio. He did a good job of defending his love and appreciation of gangsta rap and giving his take on the Biggie vs. 2Pac debate.
Watch out dems, this Rubio dude has some political skills. Now I even hear that he will be giving the republicans response to the State of the Union address next week. (Can that star rise any faster?) You better not blow this one Marco; your response can make you or break you. Just ask Governor Jindal.
Now if he can just get out of his own primary he should be a formidable opponent in 2016. Sadly for him, I am not sure how Bubba and Billy Bob will feel about their candidate for president liking rap music.
"How do you want it? How does it feel?Comin up as a nigga in the cash game
livin in the fast lane; I'm for real"
Marco, I know you are for real, and I am guessing that Hillary isn't feeling too good right about now.
Finally, the next story falls into the truly sad category.
So let me get this straight,you have a three year old in your house, and you own a gun that happens to be pink, and yet the gun is not locked away to prevent the three year old from being able to get to it.
"Temorej Smith, a 3-year-old boy from Greenville, S.C., fatally shot himself with a pink handgun he thought was a toy, WYFF-4 reports. Police ruled the Friday night shooting an accident.
The boy was in the bedroom and his grandparents were in the living room when the gun went off. His parents were not home at the time of the shooting. Johnathan Bragg of the Greenville Police Department said that officers found that they boy had been shot when they arrived at the scene. No one is in custody but the investigation is ongoing. Police have not officially said who fired the weapon.
“If you have guns, if you own guns mostly we would prefer you have them in a lock box,” Bragg said. “At least have them out of the reach of children.”Jack Logan, a local activist who founded the group “Put Down the Guns Young People,” handed out gun locks at a Burger King, just down the street from where the young boy lost his life." [Source]