vote for Harry Reid to continue as Democrat leader.
But last night, during a debate a week before the election, Landrieu did a strange tap dance during a debate– dodging multiple opportunities to say whether she would support Reid for Majority leader.
like she supports President Obama’s agenda 97 percent of the time. But
now that she is looking highly unlikely to avoid a runoff (a runoff which it looks as if she would lose) Landrieu is not sure she would support a majority leader who’s energy policy is bad for her state (see video below).
If Democrats suffer a bloodbath in November, their party may seek a change at the top — but right now, there’s little appetite for a leadership fight even in difficult political times. ‘Absolutely,’ Sen. Mary Landrieu, a vulnerable Louisiana Democrat facing voters this fall, said when asked if she would back Reid as leader no matter the outcome of the November elections. ( Politico, 4/3/14)
Are we really to believe that Landrieu wont rush to vote for Reid if re-elected? As Judge Judy would say, “Don’t Pee on my leg and tell me it’s raining!”