I found the following paragraph most interesting, especially the final sentence: "On May 2, 2008, Rubio's last day as speaker, his voice cracked as he dedicated his time in the House to his parents. 'I've been distracted almost my entire life by this obsession to do all the things they couldn't do,' Rubio said. 'So if I look a little hyper or a little focused... I want you to know what's driving me. I want them to know that their lives mattered.'" So, in effect, what he is saying is, "Mom, Dad, your lives are so inconsequential, that without my making a huge success of my life, your lives will really not have mattered much at all." In psychology, this is known as a "messiah complex" - "you folks are lost without me." The problem is, there was and is only one Messiah, and Marco Rubio ain't he.