The World Champion Green Bay Packers stopped the New Orleans Saints and Drew Brees at the one-half yard line with no time remaining to beat the 2009 Super bowl champs in a wild offensive shootout, 42-34.
Rookie RB Mark Ingram was stopped within the Packer's one-foot lineon the final play of the game after Drew Brees and the Saints offense heroically came back after being down by as much as fifteen points.
As expected, Louisiana’s Republican and Democratic U.S. Senators don’t exactly see eye-to-eye once again relating to President Barack Obama, although there appears to be some agreement as it relates to energy production.
Republican David Vitter, who made national news recently by announcing that he was planning to skip Obama’s speech in favor of watching the Saints play the Green Bay Packers tonight, made a two paragraph statement denouncing Obama’s speech to Congress.
Tonight, as President Barack Obama gives another speech to the nation, U.S. Senator David Vitter (R-LA) was expecting to be with his family and friends in Metairie, LA at a Saints party. The President is speaking right before the New Orleans Saints kickoff the NFL season against the Green Bay Packers.
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Down here in Louisiana, eyes today are on the Internet.
That is likely where the news will break as the state and some feel the nation will know if John Georges will take on Bobby Jindal in the Race For the Louisiana Governor—Part Deaux.
So far, despite the efforts made by the Democratic Party, the candidates who have qualified so far and others, no opponent with name recognition, experience and more than anything else, money, has ponied up to the Secretary of State bar and paid the qualifying fee.
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.