It’s a Family Affair

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Diaper Dave insists he is the embodiment of“core conservative values,” not “wishy washy moderates” like (R-OH) George Voinovich.

Just as an aside, Vitter has a very weird public image. His communication “style,” is a cross between robot and dullard, although I get the feeling this is to hide a tempermental and arrogant persona…anyway…

More of this, please:
Louisiana Democratic Party spokesman Kevin Franck e-mailed us a fun comment. “Last time I checked, you don’t find core Southern values in the places David Vitter has been found,” said Franck. “If David Vitter can lead his party back to their conservative values, maybe Larry Craig can give them tips on bathroom etiquette and Mark Sanford can recommend a really good restaurant in Buenos Aires.

I wish more Democratic party leaders and spokespersons would make statements like Franck.

And…looks like next year’s Senate race down here isheating up inmore ways than one.

2 thoughts on “It’s a Family Affair

  1. Charles Melancon is considering a run, but it’s by no means a sure thing. The media’s pushing several things, including “Obama is unpopular in Louisiana and 2010 will be a backlash against Democrats anyway,” “people down here have a history of tolerating sexual indiscretions,” etc., which might scare him off.
    Which is too bad: Vitter is NOT a good campaigner, and the Democrats could pick up a seat…if they choose to contest it. But there really aren’t any other prominent Democrats.

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