Louisiana Secretary Of State Accepts Filing For Recall Vote On ObamaCare Bribe Taker, Sen. Mary Landrieu
A petition to recall Corruptocrat Senator Mary Landrieu has been accepted for filing by the Louisiana Secretary of State. It was reported this week that Landrieu took Obamacare bribes from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to bargain for national democratic support for her brother’s mayoral campaign. She also was accused of taking a $300 million bribe for her Obamacare vote.
The American Thinker reported:
The blog And So It Goes in Shreveport notes that a petition to recall Senator Mary Landrieu has been accepted for filing by the Louisiana Secretary of State. Citizens have 180 days to file enough signatures to get this on a ballot:
“On Dec. 29, a recall petition was filed by Ruben Leblanc of New Iberia, for the recall of Mary Landrieu. Sec. of State Jay Darden stated that he WILL accept the filing.”
Kinda like chicken fried bacon, this limited time offer won’t last. Citizens have 180 days starting Dec. 29 so get with it today if you would like to see Me-ry “Louisiana Purchase” Landrieu hit the bricks before her service is up.