Sen. Mary Landrieu Insinuates Louisiana Voters Racist and Sexist

Desperate times call for desperate measures.

The web is buzzing over Sen. Mary Landrieu’s recent remarks about voters in the south – Louisiana, specifically. Trying to defend her seat in a race with U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy (he’s polling ahead of her), she implied that she and President Barack Obama are having a tough time because people in the south are racist and sexist. Some of the same voters have kept her in the U.S. Senate since 1996.

It’s odd how those “racist” voters elected Governor Bobby Jindal.

Look away, look away, look away Dixie Land!

As I mentioned before, liberals lean heavily on stoking racial resentment, class envy, and covetousness. Anything but the substance of an issue. Rep. Cassidy responded on Fox News.

“When under our Constitution we work through the political process to change directions, we’re called racist,” he said. The people of Louisiana are long-suffering, not racist, and “we’re the ones suffering under Obamacare…I wish she’d focus more on policy than insulting us.”

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