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Republican Party of Louisiana Chairman Roger Villere issued the following statement regarding the one year anniversary of ObamaCare’s failed launch:

A recent poll found 61 percent of Louisiana voters thought ObamaCare went too far – but apparently that doesn’t register with Washington, D.C. resident Mary Landrieu.

In case you missed last night’s Fox News report on the Louisiana Senate race, I wanted to fill you in on some of the whoppers Senator Landrieu tried passing off on viewers. It was more of the same from Landrieu, who’s campaign is struggling under the weight of being an Obama rubber stamp in a state where his failed policies are wildly unpopular.

Landrieu was endorsed by out of touch billionaire Michael Bloomberg’s new anti-gun group last night. And Landrieu earned the endorsement, voting for Manchin-Toomey gun control amendment that Bloomberg and other anti-Second Amendment groups pushed hard for in 2013.

The Republican Party of Louisiana has filed a supplemental ethics complaint with the Senate Select Committee on Ethics to reflect new revelations about Senator Mary Landrieu’s illegal use of official Senate funds for campaign purposes.

The standard must be set and it’s important to send the message on behalf of all taxpayers that this sort of behavior is simply not OK. Taxpayers have already been taken advantage of enough by Sen. Landrieu and her Democrat colleagues without having them use taxpayers’ hard-earned money as their own private re-election piggy bank.  

The Republican Party of Louisiana made history when it announced Wednesday that it has became the first major state political party in the United States to accept bitcoin donations.

Mary Landrieu’s track record of supporting questionable Obama nominees took another blow Monday when cop-killer defender Debo Adegbile withdrew his nomination for a Department of Justice post. Senator Landrieu went against the wishes of law enforcement to vote to confirm Mr. Adegbile, who voluntarily defended cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal in 1981.