Sen. David Vitter

Republican  •  Louisiana  •  2nd Term  •  Sworn In 2005
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  • Anonymous 02/05/2009 3:09pm

    I live in Shreveport, you voted against the bailout for the auto industry and we have a GM plant here. Are you OK? Dont underatand your reasoning. Now, I want to see the Stimulus bill passed, and no more of this nikpickting that is going on…………..we can vote. also.

  • polliwog 10/17/2009 3:38pm

    What?? No bill to legalize prostitution? Why is it that a Democrat that gets caught in a sex scandal must resign, gopers refuse and get kudos from their fellow gopers (unless its pedophilia or homosexual sex)?

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    majorlagg 03/15/2010 3:40pm
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    do not pass no nazi healthcare………

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  • ditchmitchthebitch 02/24/2010 11:53am

    under the “money trail” link I see this

    Homemakers, students & other non-income earners $51,400

    So people without incomes paid you 51 k? HMMMMMM. You must be a senator.

  • zydecoguru 03/22/2010 1:41am
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    Senator Vitter, I am disappointed that instead of you seriously trying to work to extend health care to millions of Americans (especially the vast numbers of people from Louisiana who have access to little or no health care) you chose to play partisan politics, on the fears of many Americans, and become the watch dog of big insurance, big medicine, and big business instead of having courage and engaging people who have different political views to find a solution. Thanks for nothing, I am sure you think about the thousands of Louisiana citizens who suffer each night because of your political short sightedness!

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    fortermlimits 04/16/2010 2:54pm

    All citizens of the United States of America have access to healthcare. If you can’t afford it there is always Medicaide. No one is turned away.

  • budsbyugirl 03/23/2010 9:11am

    Thank you David Vitter for Caring about the People of Louisiana. I hope we the people can get this ObamaCare repealed.

    There is Healthcare already available to people, They just need to get up off the sofa and find it.

    The thing that needs to be done is Overhaul the Welfare system(the Government would save billons from all the scammers in the system)

    • I say STOP welfare for all & Make everyone Re-apply * and weed out the Families that continue Not to work for Generations..

    Thanks to all the Republicans for Voting against ObamaCare

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  • trish0905 05/24/2010 2:21pm

    i honestly agree with budsbyugirl on the welfare system. i have family members who have been on foodstamps and medicade for 19 years now, but they always seem to have money for beer and cigarettes. if they can afford that than why cant they buy their own food?

  • AnnaSchaefer 06/20/2010 11:29pm

    You and the rest of the Republicans are so transparent! President Obama, as well as us Americans, know what you are doing. Stalling and not voting on what the people want and need in this country. Do the job you were elected to do, and start voting! Your tactics in stalling is only going to back fire on you all. Show our President some respect. How you treat him, is a reflection on how you treat us Americans. We may have been fooled in the past, but not anymore! We The People have spoken by electing President Obama into office. We need change and we need it now! And quit blaming President Obama for the disaster in the Gulf. Enough is enough!

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  • pelmof 06/29/2010 4:53am

    Dear Senator Vitter,
    S.3520 needs to be passed immediately. There are 15 million Americans who are “unemployed through no fault of their own,” and who are also frantically attempting to find new jobs that do not exist. The majority of these 15 million have a family dependent upon their income, so that increases the number to possibly 30 or even 45 million Americans who are in imminent danger of losing everything. When this happens, the financial and moral ramifications for this country will be dire indeed. I’ll say it again— S.3520 needs to be passed immediately! Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.

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516 Hart Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510
Washington, DC 20510
Phone: 202-224-4623
Fax: 202-228-5061


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