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Archive for January, 2007

I’m very proud to say that as of Wednesday evening JindalIsBad.com has moved to the first page of Google, Yahoo!, and MSN for the search term “Bobby Jindal“.
We have been ranking on the second page for some time now for that term and the first page for other Bobby Jindal related terms.  I’m just thrilled […]

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According to this source Bobby Jindal hasn’t returned or given away the $5,000 political contribution that he received from ARMPAC. If you don’t remember what ARMPAC is here is the skinny:
Americans for a Republican Majority (also ARMPAC) was a political action committee formed by former Republican House Majority Leader Tom DeLay and directed by […]

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Quite honestly I can see both arguments to this bill and really the only way to know the truth is to see which set of language change makes the most sense.  I would have to think though that getting involved more in the negotiation of prices would drive prices down as you don’t usually negotiate […]

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Congressman Bobby Jindal was quoted in the Times Picayune to say
“The President’s speech was an opportunity to address many of the ideas and concerns voters expressed during last November’s elections, as well as to recommit that the federal government will continue to focus its efforts on rebuilding the Gulf Coast Region affected by […]

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Bitter Jindal Supporters?

It has come to my attention that there are some supporters of Bobby Jindal that are a bit bitter because of the JindalIsBad.com website and that I and others support the discussion of known faults about our dear Mr. Jindal. I find this somewhat interesting and quite funny that an open “debate” on Mr. […]

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Bobby Jindal is “officially” a candidate for governor. He claimed that he wouldn’t start “campaigning” until the summer to allow the upcoming legislative session occur without it being politicized.
The reallity is that Bobby Jindal has been running for governor ever since he lost the last election in 2003. He used his Congressional campaign funds to […]

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As of this posting on 1/17/07, every bill that Congressman Jindal has sponsored in the 110th Congress comes without a co-sponsor. It seems to be prudent to get the support of other congressional representitives when presenting a bill to be considered by Congress. He has co-sponsored other bills. It seems to me that if I am going to […]

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House Democrats have set up 6 legislative priorities that they want to take care of in their first 100 Hours as the Majority. They can be read at the following link.
http://www.majorityleader.gov/media/press.cfm?pressReleaseID=1624
Wednesday January 17th will be an interesting day for Congressman Jindal. This is the day that they discuss cutting the interest rates on student loans. […]

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