“Mary Landrieu can recreate a committee hearing, but she can’t rewrite her track record of rubberstamping President Obama’s agenda and working behind the scenes to advance his anti-energy policies. Revisionist history can’t change how out of touch Mary Landrieu actually is with the priorities of the people of Louisiana," Villere said.
"To my worldview, small business success is wholly dependent upon a principle that liberal pundits have now decried as heresy, the Reagan era concept of trickle-down economics. Though in this context I am simply borrowing a catch phrase from that long ago era as my beliefs are not actually what were then known as trickle-down economic policies. What I do subscribe to is the concept that growth at the bottom originates from growth at the top and that the removal of outside pressures from over burdening government policies are the only answers to the return of success of small business"
“Senator Landrieu owes it to the people of Louisiana to call on the Democrat Party and demand it withdraw its support of these ridiculous anti-energy lawsuits,” LAGOP Executive Director Jason Doré said. “Our energy economy puts food on the table for countless Louisianans and as a people we can’t sit idly by as greedy trial lawyers attack the energy industry in order to pad their own pockets.”
The day after a Super PAC supporting Mary Landrieu launched a $200,000 ad buy in Louisiana, the Washington Post Fact Checker is giving the spot a distinguished rating of Four Pinocchios. It’s clear that after a Democratic poll found Landrieu down 9 points among those most likely to vote she and her Washington allies are panicked, but will Landrieu ask Harry Reid’s Senate Majority PAC to take this blatantly false ad off the air?
“We ask you to take into consideration if that had been the killer of a member of the Louisiana Sheriff’s Association, so ardently defended by Adegbile, how you would respond to her vote,” LAGOP Chairman Roger Villere stated in the letter. “We hope that you will remember Senator Landrieu’s vote against the law enforcement community when you consider your endorsement in the 2014 U.S. Senate race.”
The Landrieu campaign's deceptive ads won't fool the 62,000 Louisianians who lost their insurance," Villere said. "Mary Landrieu didn't fix Obamacare. Her vote and 'Lie of The Year' have left thousands of Louisiana residents without the insurance they previously had. Obamacare can only be fixed by replacing Mary landrieu and repealing the law."