Mary Landrieu gets the big kiss-off from Dems

Mary Landrieu is now irrelevant to the Democrats’ hopes to maintain a Senate majority, so the Democratic Senate Campaign Committee is pulling support for TV ads for her runoff election.  Josh Hohmann and Maggie Haberman report for Politico:

The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee has canceled its advertising reservations for Sen. Mary Landrieu ahead of the December runoff in Louisiana.

The committee canceled all broadcast buys planned from Monday through Dec. 6 in the state’s five major media markets, three sources tracking the air war told POLITICO. That’s about $1.6 million worth of time. The DSCC is in the process of canceling an additional $275,000 in cable placements, according to buyer sources.

Not even a gold watch, or a bouquet of flowers with a note thanking her for her years of service. You’re not useful, so get out.

This from the party that cares so much for people.

Mary Landrieu is now irrelevant to the Democrats’ hopes to maintain a Senate majority, so the Democratic Senate Campaign Committee is pulling support for TV ads for her runoff election.  Josh Hohmann and Maggie Haberman report for Politico:

The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee has canceled its advertising reservations for Sen. Mary Landrieu ahead of the December runoff in Louisiana.

The committee canceled all broadcast buys planned from Monday through Dec. 6 in the state’s five major media markets, three sources tracking the air war told POLITICO. That’s about $1.6 million worth of time. The DSCC is in the process of canceling an additional $275,000 in cable placements, according to buyer sources.

Not even a gold watch, or a bouquet of flowers with a note thanking her for her years of service. You’re not useful, so get out.

This from the party that cares so much for people.