WATCH: Rubio defends dig at slacker government workers while excusing his many missed votes

Marco Rubio doesn’t like lazy government workers who don’t do their jobs. Watch him fall apart when he’s confronted with the fact that as a Senator he has missed 59 votes.

His response? Votes aren’t that important. They’re “meaningless.” His excuse is that the stuff he would vote for would be vetoed by the president anyway.

There goes the conservative movement’s justification for the House voting over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over again to repeal Obamacare.

In an interview that aired on CNN’s State of the Union, Jamie Gangel pointed out to Rubio that other Senators running for president, like Rand Paul and Bernie Sanders, have only missed ten votes while he has missed a lot more.

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