Landrieu: Getting Rid of Me Wouldn’t Be Good For The Country

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Another delusional Democrat strikes again!

Sen. Mary Landrieu (D., La.) suggested on Tuesday that it would not be “good for the country and it’s future” if she was beaten in the 2014 midterm elections because she if one of the few Senators that tries to find “common ground and compromise.”

“I think we need Senators that will find a common ground and compromise. I’m one of the few that’s left. So getting rid of me and a few other people would not be good for the country and its future,” Landrieu said on MSNBC’s Morning Joe.

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