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By Neda Semnani Posted at 4:40 p.m. on March 1, 2013
On Friday afternoon Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., kinda, sorta offered to head the Harlem Shake caucus.
“If I put a [Harlem Shake] video 2gether in Senate who should be in it? Taking suggestions now,” Florida’s junior senator tweeted.
For those who might not be clued into to the ubiquitous Internet meme, Rubio helpfully included a link to the Harlem Shake repository.
Rubio’s office confirmed that the tweet and the Senate Harlem Shake idea were, in fact, the senator’s own. They said they have no comment at this time.
“Do you think it is going to happen?” HOH asked. “Can we be in it? We’ll totally make a fool of ourselves for an exclusive.”
“I think you’re getting ahead of yourself,” Rubio’s spokesman said.
Well, until we catch up with ourselves, our fingers are crossed that when Rubio gets back to D.C., he will immediately offer a motion to shake in the Senate, and that it will be agreed to by unanimous consent.
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