Marco Rubio stated that he still lives in the working class home where he grew up . . .
Here it is . . .
It's for sale for $675,000.
I come from a working class family. My childhood home was a two-bedroom bungalow in Toledo that my folks bought and built on the G.I. Bill when I was five years old after scrimping and saving the $500 down payment. And my folks were nervous about it. When they wanted to improve it, my dad would take on a part-time job to pay for the improvements because, as children of the Depression, they were afraid of debt. My mom made most of clothes my sister and I wore and we always had a garden and my mom canned a lot of veggies and made jams, etc. A house like Rubio's was just a fantasy to us. When I was 12, we moved down here and they bought a 3-bedroom brick ranch. Fancy stuff!!!
Marco Rubio hasn't a clue as to what working class families face.
I love hypocrites, don't y'all?