“Marco Rubio is the Republican Party’s hottest politician,” Brett LoGiurato reports for Business Insider.
“He’s on the cover of Time Magazine as ‘The Republican Savior,’” LoGiurato reports.
“He will deliver the response to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union next week,” LoGiurato reports.
LoGiurato reports, “And now, he says in a tweet that he’s thinking about leaving Apple.”
Full article here.
MacDailyNews Note: U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-Florida)’s tweet:
Why do I have to get so many different chargers for #apple? I am edging closer to #samsung with each passing day.
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) February 7, 2013
MacDailyNews Take: We’ll rephrase the same general criticism we doled out to the BlackBerry-toting Obama years ago:
A U.S. Senator should support U.S. companies, especially over derivative, foreign-based, convicted patent infringers. Not to mention that Apple makes superior products and choosing inferior knockoff wares brings into question the Senator’s basic decision-making abilities.
We responded as such to Senator Rubio via Twitter here.
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