Sen. David Vitter (R-LA), along with a handful of other Louisiana politicians, has signed on to the North Central Louisiana TEA Party Patriots Candidate Pledge.
That includes a promise to “Conduct myself personally and professionally in a moral and socially appropriate manner.”
We leave it to readers to draw their own conclusions. You can read the entire pledge below the fold.
I hereby pledge to:
Support and defend the U.S. Constitution as originally intended by the Founders and as explained in the “Federalist Papers.”
Act in a fiscally responsible manner:
Decrease the size and scope of government on all levels—localstate, and federal; Decrease spending on all levels—local, state and federal; Work toward a balanced budget.
Support the free market by lower taxes and fees on businesses and individuals: support only those regulations that enhance competition.
Conduct myself personally and professionally in a moral and socially appropriate manner.
Brian Beutler is TPM's senior congressional reporter. Since 2009, he's led coverage of health care reform, Wall Street reform, taxes, the GOP budget, the government shutdown fight, and the debt limit fight. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.