Marco Rubio has the best chance to defeat Hillary Clinton — according to Marco Rubio. While the Super Tuesday votes continue to roll in, the presidential hopeful appears to be feeling confident. Some pundits actually consider Rubio's second and third-place finishes promising. As the leading establishment candidate, Rubio rightfully considers himself the best candidate to defeat Hillary Clinton/Donald Trump. Only problem? He has yet to win any states — and people on Twitter have caught on. See also: Someone replaced Donald Trump's eyes with his mouth and he looks the same The Internet went after Rubio on Super Tuesday for failing to score delegates, but still identifying as a winner. Here are just a few of their spot-on observations: When you're feeling down, just remember you have won as many states as Marco Rubio. — Salena (@delaroseeee) March 2, 2016 I wonder how hard the press with sell "Rubio still surging" tomorrow, even though he was the big loser of the night? — Ed Brubaker (@brubaker) March 2, 2016 Marco Rubio is either the most optimistic loser of all-time or the dumbest man in America. Winless people don't usually talk crap. — Walt Deptula (@deptulahasrage) March 2, 2016 Has anyone noticed how often Rubio loses?1. Gang of Eight - lost2. IA - lost3. NH - lost4. SC - lostHow can a loser make America win? — Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii) February 21, 2016 If loser Rubio got all of loser Jeb's votes or visa versa they'd still be losers. SC, like the entire US, is fed up with machine politicians — Ann Lynch (@AnnLynch3) February 21, 2016 Marco Rubio is getting ready to make his speech — Bobby Big Wheel (@BobbyBigWheel) March 2, 2016 Nobody has worked harder for a participant ribbon than Marco Rubio. — SecuriTay (@SwiftOnSecurity) March 2, 2016 Marco Rubio might have a chance at winning for the establishment, if he could, you know, win. Have something to add to this story? Share it in the comments. window._msla=window.loadScriptAsync||function(src,id){if(document.getElementById(id))return;var js=document.createElement('script');;js.src=src;document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0].parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}; _msla("//","twitter_jssdk");