It has come to my mind that what we see in the Blame Game in Bayou, is the vying for political control at the National level.

Louisiana for all intents and purposes is going to be out of comission for quite a while.

However it's Representatives and Senators will still be able to function, The few democrat seats offer quite a prize to the republican't party. Isn't it funny that through the criticism most of Louisiana representation is republican't. I expect blame to be heaped onto the democrats part to inflame their constituencies against them.

So then, take all of Louisiana, get the extra Senator, go for a greater majoraty in the house by going after the 2 democratic districts,

Then install some corporate minded judges in the Supreme Court,

and lock up the country,throw away the key.

This, and in addtion, the State of Louisiana rebuilt by illegal labor and all kinds of back door action. We all know this is likely to be rampant. "Rove"ing politics, if you catch my drift. cheers glenn

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Member Name DC Phone DC FAX Email
Senator Mary Landrieu (D- LA) 202-224-5824 202-224-9735
Senator David Vitter (R- LA) 202-224-4623 202-228-5061
Representative Bobby Jindal (R - 01) 202-225-3015 202-226-0386
Representative William J. Jefferson (D - 02) 202-225-6636 202-225-1988
Representative Charlie Melancon (D - 03) 202-225-4031 202-226-3944
Representative Jim McCrery (R - 04) 202-225-2777 202-225-8039
Representative Rodney Alexander (R - 05) 202-225-8490 202-225-5639
Representative Richard H. Baker (R - 06) 202-225-3901 202-225-7313
Representative Charles W. Boustany, Jr. (R - 07) 202-225-2031 202-225-5724