Nice try "Marco Rubio" — or should I say... [rearranges letters] "BIRAC UBOMA" [audience gasps]— Daniel Kibblesmith (@kibblesmith) April 13, 2015
The above tweet is a joke by Buzzfeed's Daniel Kibblesmith, formerly of Clickhole. 7,000 favorites, 5,000 retweets, and a writeup on a Washington Post blog. Everyone loves it. But almost everyone missed the real joke: The anagram doesn't actually work.
The Post still has that headline—"If you rearrange the letters in ‘Marco Rubio,’ it spells ‘Birac Uboma’"—up, a day later. The post has 13 comments. Most of them are rearranging other politicians' names or making other Rubio anagrams. None of them point out that the original version made that second "r" disappear.
Oh well. If someone named Marco Bubia ever runs for president, the internet will be ready.