Thursday, 08 September 2011 10:10
No New Orleans Saints Party For Senator David Vitter
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Republican Louisiana U.S. David Vitter won’t be whodatting and partying with the rest of the Saints world as the New Orleans Saints take on the World Champions Green Bay Packers

At least, not tonight, he won’t.

 On Wednesday, Vitter told the world vi his campaign email that he would not be watching President Obama’s speech because he had better priorities.  

The campaign email said:

Dear Team ,

Some of my left-wing critics call me a fanatic. Well, they're certainly right that I'm a fan. And I set my priorities that way. I sent out the following comment on social media today:

"Will listen to President's speech carefully . . . from my priority area for job creation, Who Dat nation. Family and friends coming over for big game. On to recovery--and super bowl!"

See you at the Super Bowl, Mr. President!

David

However, today things have changed.

Thursday morning, in another campaign email, Vitter said:

Dear Team ,

Apparently my attending my own Saints game party at home in Louisiana is the latest casualty of Washington partisanship.  This HAS gotten out of hand!  See the update I just posted on social media below:

Typical Harry Reid.  He's now scheduled votes that should’ve been held this morning for right before and right AFTER prez's speech.  Pens in those who would have skipped speech, like me.  So now I'll miss my own Saints game party at home.  Always knew Harry was a Dirty Birds fan!  Don't worry--only strengthens my Who Dat resolve.  On to the Super Bowl! 

David

And so it goes…

 

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