The Times-Picayune, formerly known as the largest newspaper in Louisiana, threw its diminished weight behind U.S. Sen. David Vitter and endorsed him to be the next governor of Louisiana. With less than two weeks remaining before election day, the Times-Picayune editorial board gave the nod to Vitter over fellow Republicans Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne and Public Service Commissioner Scott Angelle, as well as Democratic state Rep. John Bel Edwards.
What do you think about this?
“I didn’t realize the Times-Picayune editorial board was into hookers.” — Kelsey Jacobi, social justice warrior
“If anyone knows what Louisiana needs, it’s a newspaper that delivers three days a week.” – Jacobi Shelley, credit counselor
“I guess they were afraid of losing all that diaper ad revenue.” – Shelley Austin, advertising sales
“They previously endorsed Bobby Jindal and Ray Nagin. At least they’re consistent at picking winners.” – Austin McDaniel, land surveyor