Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Hillary Clinton Approved

WASHINGTON - JANUARY 04:  U.S. Sen. Hillary Ro...Image by Getty Images via DaylifeIn a vote 94-2 the Senate approved Hillary Clinton as the next Secretary of State. Only two Senators voted against her. And guess what? One of them was David Vitter from my home state of Louisiana. This is from the Senator who was caught in the Washington D.C. Madame sting and still has not admitted to any wrong doing. He trots God out when its convenient for what he wants, but when he gets caught cheating on his wife with a prostitute it's another thing. I really don't care that much what he does in his private life, its the hypocrisy that bothers me.

He's coming up for re-election soon and I'm hoping that there are enough other people in this state that are as tired of him as I am.
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