Whether it is the restoration of the south Louisiana way of life or salvaging the American way of life, Washington, D.C. needs to hear the message.
From Rep. Charles Boustany, R-LA, on the Louisiana way of life:
Boustany Urges Administration to Move Quicker to Restore Louisiana Way of Life
Aug 27 2010
Lafayette, LA – U.S. Representative Charles W. Boustany, Jr., (R-Southwest Louisiana), today urged the Obama Administration to move quicker to restore the way of life for thousands of Louisiana families following the re-opening of the federal fishery area off the western coast of Louisiana.
"While today’s re-opening of the federal fishery area off the Southwest Louisiana coast is welcome, this Administration needs to do more to help the people of the Gulf Coast,” said Boustany. “The Administration’s continued delay, whether with resources, re-opening federal waters to fishing or lifting the job-killing moratorium, threatens our way of life. Louisiana remains a ‘Sportsman’s Paradise’ with diverse habitats, and I will continue to work to ensure we maintain this important legacy.”
And, from Florida's U.S. Senate race, Marco Rubio on the American way of life: