LANDRIEU: I’m Mary Landrieu and I approve this message.
LANDRIEU’S FATHER: Don't you say that at the end?
LANDRIEU: You can start with it. I'm not so sure want to approve it at the end of this.
LANDRIEU’S FATHER: Mary’s always stubborn—but she got the oil and gas royalties for Louisiana.
LANDRIEU: They told me I couldn't get it done, but I did.
LANDRIEU’S FATHER: Or after the hurricanes, when she dragged FEMA all over the state.
LANDRIEU: We had to rebuild.
LANDRIEU’S FATHER: She got billions for Louisiana. See, I did say something nice.
LANDRIEU: Thank you, Dad.