Mary Landrieu’s Campaign for Reelection… Not Going Well at All

While the current Democrat Senator from the Bayou State of Louisiana is working overtime to run AWAY from President Barack Obama… her Washington Chief-of-Staff is doing her now favors by tying her to him!

In a recently released video, Don Cravins, Landrieu’s chief-of-staff, was seen telling liberals that they had no reason to be worried about Landrieu – promising that she was still a reliable vote for the Obama White House.

 

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“He can’t finish his agenda, because he doesn’t have people like Mary Landrieu with him…” Cravins says. “So I’m asking you to go out and vote tomorrow for Senator Landrieu.”

“She’s been in office for eighteen years, and in the Senate, that’s what you need to get things done,” he continues, “And she will go on to vote with Barack Obama 97 percent of the time!”

That kind of talk is music to Louisiana Republicans ears. The most effective tool to use against Landrieu is her connection to the immensely unpopular President… and now her own campaign is doing their work for them.

Don’t you just love it when a plan comes together? I can just smell the 54-Senate Seat majority now…

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