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Archive for September, 2007

Jindal on ABC 26

Michael Hill interviewed Bobby Jindal on ABC 26 this morning.  
Jindal was asked if EWE should be let out of jail. He gave his typical dodge of an answer. He was asked his opinion and he did not respond with a “no” (or better yet, “hell no”). How can anyone take Jindal seriously on ethics if […]

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Jindal and family values

In Bobby Jindal’s new ad he discusses his problems with what kids can see on tv and hear on the radio. Why exactly is this relevant to the election for governor? What exactly does Bobby Jindal intend to do to protect children from all the evils that our children can see and hear?
What is wrong […]

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Jindal and “red tape”

In last nights forum (on which I will have a more in depth blog entry later) Bobby Jindal discussed eliminating the “red tape” that is preventing Federal money from getting to people who need it to rebuild.
I have two things to say on that.
A) Jindal is in no position to criticize anything that is preventing […]

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Jindal drops below 50%

According to BayouBuzz.com:  
“[Jindal] is attempting to “run out the clock” with this huge lead and avoid a run-off. His strategy may be somewhat flawed however, for a new Multi-Quest International poll shows that Jindal has dropped below the magic 50% level. The poll pegs Jindal at 48.5% with about 30% still undecided.”
In the last […]

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Jindal a no show for 2 weeks?

According to the floor summary of the House, it looks like Bobby Jindal hasn’t cast a vote since at least September 17th. So while Clancy DuBos searching for Bobby Jindal, and Foster Cambpell is left wondering if Jindal is still alive, apparently he has not been seen by his fellow Congressional representitives either.
We shouldn’t have to play “Where’s […]

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House passes CHIP legislation

Many people have questioned whether Bobby Jindal can act in a bi-partisan manner. Well, yesterday Bobby Jindal joined 4 other Republicans and 3 Democrats in the bi-partisan action of not voting on this important legislation for Louisiana’s children.
As reported earlier, without additional funding, LACHIP will be facing a budget deficit. However, instead of actually crossing […]

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Apparently the label of “Rovian” that Stephanie Grace placed on the Jindal Campaign seems to be correct. Not only do they try and call people corrupt without providing evidence of said corruption, they are now limiting who can attend public Jindal events.
 
As Cenlamar points out, Luke White (an LSU College Democrat) was asked to leave […]

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Apples and Oranges

It seems that State Republican Party officials have a problem with making logical comparisons. It seems that now they are trying to assert that because Boasso’s company is the subject of a lawsuit about an on the job injury that he is somehow hypocritical for running the ad that reveal Jindal’s policies while he was […]

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Here are some thoughts from Mike over at LAGOPBLOG that just show how illogical and flawed Republican Party thought can be. 
“Whatever the answers, there is but one unavoidable conclusion. The Louisiana Democratic Party has now outsourced its mudslinging to the Daddy Warbucks of dirt” 
So let me get this straight, Mike is calling someone names who […]

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In Jindal’s newest attempt to fool the voters, his campaign has brought out a Dr. Ralph Abraham from Mangham Louisiana.
Dr. Abraham tells us that Bobby Jindal stopped the “insider deals” which the “corruption crowd didn’t like very much”. I am assuming that this ad is supposed to be a response to the ad claiming that […]

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