1st NW Quadrant: The Approval Matrix
From The Hill by Justin Sink and Peter Sullivan
Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) might be attending President Obama's job speech after all. Vitter, who had previously said that he would be skipping the speech to attend a party to watch the New Orleans Saints' kickoff game, tweeted Thursday morning that Senate scheduling might force him to attend.
"Typical Harry Reid. He's now schdld votes that should’ve been this morn 4 right b4 & right AFTER prez's speech. Pens me in 2 have 2 stay. Reid ensured I'll miss my Saints party at home. Don't worry--only strengthens my Who Dat resolve. On 2 the Super Bowl! #ReidDirtyBirdsFan?" tweeted Vitter.