Well here's a statement from a press release that I almost missed that will surely appear in the annals of Republican hypocrisy.
Marco Rubio, on "honoring" the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and celebrating the inauguration of President Barack Obama:
“On Monday, we will not only reflect on the life of Dr. King, but will also gather in unity to mark the peaceful beginning of a new presidential term. This is a tradition special to our country, because it is a day for unity rather than divisions. If Dr. King were able to gather on the National Mall alongside Americans of all different backgrounds as we celebrate the promise that our nation holds, he would see his legacy play out before his eyes."
Who is this "we" that Rubio speaks of who gathered in Washington, D.C. to mark the beginning of a new presidential term while also honoring Dr. King?
Oh, yes. That would be everyone except Marco Rubio.
You see, as I wrote yesterday, Mr. "A Day For Unity And Not Division" chose to take the day off in Florida rather than show his face in D.C., lest he be mistaken for someone who showed his support for diversity, the country, and President Obama.
In Rubio's world, just saying you "honor" something or someone means never having to actually do so.