David Vitter doesn’t think he’s the only racist elected to public office

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A couple of days ago, I mentioned that Louisiana’s governor, über-Republican Bobby Jindal, and his nemesis, Democratic U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu, had both unequivocally condemned Keith Bardwell, the justice of the peace in Tangipahoa Parish who refused to marry an interracial couple last week. I also mentioned that Louisiana’s other U.S. Senator, noted whoremonger David Vitter, had remained positively silent.

Well, Vitter has finally spoken out. In this clip shot by the worst interviewer ever to purchase a low-end video camera, the senator admits that he’s not the only racist elected to public office in Louisiana.

TERRIBLE INTERVIEWER: “…elected from Louisiana not to have commented on the judge that refused to marry the interracial couple. Do you –“

TERRIBLE SENATOR: “I don’t think that’s the case.”

[via BlogOfNewOrleans]

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