When you’re losing, you go negative

Sen. David Vitter, R-La., has admitted to a lot of sexual sleaze, and in a very public, high-profile manner. For some reason, Louisiana voters have never seemed to care too much.

Vitter’s scandals are certainly fair game in a campaign, but usually opposing campaigns get other people to throw this kind of personal mud for them. Not Charlie Melancon, D:

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