WATCH: Marco Rubio Versus His Mouth

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If Marco Rubio wins big in New Hampshire Tuesday, it may be despite his own lips. 

The Republican candidate for president was widely criticized both on stage and by pundits for a robotic and repetitive performance in last week’s GOP debate, as shown by ABC News and debate cosponsor New Hampshire TV station WMUR on YouTube. 

A left-leaning political website, Correct the Record, posted an edited collection of Sen. Rubio’s statements on YouTube, to make this point:

And to drive the point home, the liberal organization American Bridge reportedly sent operatives dressed as low-rent robots to a Rubio campaign event over the weekend, according to Gawker. 

 

 

Just last week, Comedy Central’s Larry Wilmore pointed out another faux pas of Rubio's on The Nightly Show. Rubio used another phrase over and over, one that might be seen as sending a message contrary to the candidate’s “traditional family values” and more in line with fellatio: 

 

 

And of course these are only the latest examples of Rubio’s mouthwatering mistakes. He first made meme makers smile from ear to ear with his thirst-quenching GOP response to President Obama’s State of the Union address in 2013, seen below in a meme on Storify.com and a clip courtesy of The New York Times' YouTube channel:

 

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Will the results in the nation’s first primary be a watered-down version of his strong Iowa performance? Grab a glass of H2O and stick with The Advocate for results from New Hampshire Tuesday night.

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