WASHINGTON, September 10, 2014 – Tonight on Critical Conversation former CIA analyst Lisa Ruth will be talking to Colonel Rob Maness (USAF, Ret.) who was at the Pentagon on 9/11. Col. Maness has just released his
Doctrine for Keeping America Safe which among other points he will discuss with Lisa is that the President must engage Congress and make decisions for America bipartisan.
This is particularly important to Manass as he is on the ballot for the 2014 Louisiana mid-term election.
Louisiana’s 2014 Mid-Term race is one of the most interesting of the elections. Not only for the state’s unique candidacy format that allows multiple candidates per ticket, but also the candidates.
Mary Landrieu (D) has held onto the Louisiana senate seat since 1997 but she has a formidable challenger in retired Air Force Col. Rob Maness (R) who is running as a GOP Republican. Landrieu is Louisiana’s only statewide elected Democrat official.
In this fall’s mid-term hers is one of the most vulnerable Democratic seats.
Maness feels that Louisiana needs a change so that it can be seen as the great state that it really is and a part of that change is to change the Peoples Representative in DC.
“I have visited all 64 Louisiana Parishes, putting more than 75,000 miles on my Ford F-150, and I have spoken to the people, and know what their message to DC is.”
Col. Maness will be Critical Conversation’s host Lisa Ruth’s guest this evening at 6:30pm Eastern on Blog Talk Radio. You can listen to the show here.
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