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From that logical leap of faith, Maness took another, next arguing that Landrieu would not approve of his family dog being named after former First Lady Abigail Adams, because Adams held some opinions that were unpopular at the time — chiefly, opposition to slavery and support for women’s rights.
“We’ve got a dog named Lady Abigal named after the outspoken first lady Abigail Adams,” Maness said. “Senator Landrieu might have called Mrs. Adams ‘obnoxious,’ especially since she was opposed to slavery and favored women’s rights when both were very unpopular ideas.”
Watch Maness’s comments below, via ThinkProgress:
Who is winning the Louisiana US Senate momentum game?
Politics for today: Governor Jindal's column is published in Washington Post, his administration reports national media publications support his position after the Obama administration's lawsuit against his education reform, the Mary Landrieu continues to come under assault by the national republican senatorial organization, Louisiana U.S.Senate candidate Rob Maness says no on Syria as do the American people.