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Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) agreed with Limbaugh on Tuesday.
On his radio show last week, Rush Limbaugh, the "unofficial leader" of the Republican Party, declared that it was a "dirty little secret" that "every Republican in this country wants Obama to fail." "None of them have the guts to say so," added Limbaugh
“I hope [Obama] fails in advancing leftist policy that I strongly disagree with,” Vitter said. “I think what [Limbaugh] was saying was largely what I am saying.”
Really, Who in their right mind would say that they hope that the President's recovery efforts fail? Whenever here in America people are struggling, companies are struggling, and the American people are tired of this suffering. In Washington DC Louisiana Senator David Vitter says the he hopes Obama's policies fail. Senator, I am not a liberal or a conservative at the end of the day whenever I turn on my television and continue to see jobs lost. I am not into putting a label before the American people. I do not care if I call myself a Democrat, at the end of the day after watching all of this suffering, I would put aside all of the labels: liberal, conservative, Republican, Democrat, or any other term that is supposed to represent an assumed way of thinking. I would say that if someone from an opposite party affiliation offered new solutions (whenever old ones have failed) and had a vision for these struggling families, I would not care which party affiliation they selected on their voter registration, all I would care about is the betterment of Louisiana and America. Senator, you represent me, my family, Louisiana, and you hold such an honorable position in our Government. Please represent me the way a forty-eight-year-old elected Senator should and not in a close-minded, robotic, Republican machine fashion. Show Louisiana that whenever you go to Washington DC you are fighting for us and are not just a Republican Puppet.
David Vitter shows once again when he goes to Washington DC he is just not quite the Vitter he claimed to be!
After setting off the security alarm, the Louisiana senator proceeded to dress down an airline employee who told him entering the restricted area was forbidden. He invoked his standing as a senator, delivering a "do-you-know-who-I-am" tirade, the paper said.
"Vitter, according to the witness, remained defiant, yelling that the employee could call the police if he wanted to and their supervisors, who, presumably, might be more impressed with his Senator's pin," the paper's Heard on the Hill column noted. "But after talking a huffy big game, Vitter apparently thought better of pushing the confrontation any further. When the gate attendant left to find a security guard, Vitter turned tail and simply fled the scene."