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Here is my idea that I submitted.
Eliminate the ability of corporations to make campaign contributions. Under current campaign finance law, a person or legal entity may contribute up to a specified limit. However, if an individual owns a corporation, he/she may use that corporation to make another contribution up to that limit as well. The […]

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I want to first thank everyone that comes to JindalIsBad.com and welcome all the new people that like to discuss about Louisiana Politics. So to further help along our discussions I have opened up our brand new JindalIsBad.com Forums.
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Jindal should resign now.

Jindal is going to wait until shortly before he takes office to resign and I think that this is a mistake. When Bobby Jindal resigns the Secretary of State will have to call a special election.
Jindal is going to be very busy with his transition team, do we really believe he will be able to […]

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Jindal wins.

I could sit here and repeat all the problems I have with Bobby Jindal over and over and over again…. but I wont. I will make 3 points.
One thing that will be interesting will be if Louisiana gets a brand new toxic waste dump or not. That $50K was really questionable, as was the alleged contribution from road […]

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Bobby Jindal is Bad for Louisiana for many reasons.
Questionable Campaign Contributions:
Bobby Jindal has collected campaign contributions from many questionable sources. During his first run for Congress he accepted funds from Halliburton’s PAC (Halliburton is a company that overcharged and double charged the U.S. for services). He has also accepted money from Tom Delay’s ARMPAC and […]

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Bobby Jindal was asked who among the candidates was corrupt since he uses the term “corrupt crowd”. He was asked this several times. However, he refused to answer the question.
 
Jindal did say that not everything that is unethical is illegal. Well, I have to agree with him on that point. Bobby Jindal has collected funds […]

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Well actually, according to a John Georges advertisement that came on tonight, Bobby Jindal is collecting campaign contributions from Lobbyists for ICF, the company in charge of Road Home.
That’s right, according to the John Georges ad, the very lobbyists that Bobby Jindal wants to keep off the floor of the legislature are making contributions to […]

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Here are some people,  involved in video poker, who have contributed to the Jindal campaign.
 
Jindal’s campaign contributors with video poker links include: Edward Amar Jr., $5,000; Andre Coudrain, $5,000; Jacque Kuchta, $5,000; Chester Lee Mallett, $5,000; and Gretna Police Chief Arthur Lawson, $1,000.
Amar, Coudrain and Kuchta have indirect or direct ownership in Lucky Dollar Casino, […]

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Blatant Jindal lies

In the Jindal commercial attacking John Georges, he states that “Georges would weaken investigations into gambling corruption”. He states that it is written right there on page 7.
 
Well, the Georges plan states on page 7:
The Louisiana State Police have about 1,022 commissioned troopers, 153 of which 
are assigned to the Gaming Enforcement Division, according to the […]

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I thought conservatives felt that the “free market” was a good thing and that market forces should be driving business decisions.
However, from Jindal’s attacks on John Georges recently show that Bobby Jindal does not believe in the free market. Bobby Jindal attacks John Georges (in part) for making money in a legal business venture.
Yes, I […]

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