Skip to comments.Frankly Louisiana, Governor Jindal doesn't give a damn
Posted on 07/06/2012 5:39:43 PM PDT by Marketfly1
Today, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is out of the state again. He is on a Romney campaign bus trip shadowing President Obama in the battleground states of Pennsylvania and Ohio.
One commentator noted that it was a great opportunity for the Governor to participate in this high profile trip. While it may help satisfy Jindals gargantuan political ambitions, it does nothing for the people of Louisiana who pay his salary.
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I doubt Jindahl has been out of town more than a week or two. Sounds like somebody who doesn’t like him anyway.
Apparently Jindal is the first politician ever to get involved in other races. Certainly, the first in Louisiana. It must be unprecedented to get involved in national issues as a Louisiana office holder.
Certainly, there is no interest for Louisiana to back a national candidate who will not do to Louisiana what the current occupant did to worsen the impact of the spill, to close down oil rigs for no reason other than naked radical environmentalism, and to make sure that equipment moves down to Brazil so they can grow their oil production and damage the production of our gulf region. Certainly, the governor of Louisiana has no interest in a productive Louisiana economy.
The writer is worried about Jindal not working full-time for his $128K salary. I wonder if he ever mentioned Obama’s numerous vacations, or the gargantuan piles of money spent on them. I double-dog guarantee that Louisiana’s share dwarfs whatever Jindal makes.
Without bothering to read it, you can tell that this was written by an idiot lib.
After what happened to the gulf oil producers, it would appear to any sane person that national politics is more than important to the inhabitants of the Gulf Coast region; it is a matter of life and death.
Add to that the importance of the Keystone pipeline to that area in general......
But the libs don’t think that is important.
The writer is a moron.
I can’t think of any governor who’s been more attentive to his state. Ever.
I cant think of any governor whos been more attentive to his state. Ever.
Well, there was Edwin Edwards. I am sure the writer would welcome him back.
So Romney wins the Presidency and owes Jindal (Louisiana) big time.
That’s NOT a win for the state???
Crouere sounds like he may be a whiner. I’ll bet he doesn’t whine like this when his boy Barry is out of the country.
He has been unsuccessful in economic policy, but the national media doesn’t know this.
I think Mitt Romney has Bobby Jindal and Tim Pawlenty touring Pennsylvania giving speeches to audition them for the #2 to see how they do on the stump. Jindal gave good remarks, but Pawlenty caught fire and was really revving up... LOL Pawlenty had a remark about Obama, “Reading from his teleprompter... flapping his jaws..” Priceless. Jindal had a cute remark about his daughter coming home from school saying that she was hoping Obama doesn’t find out what is bigger then a trillion...
I think Crouere dislikes Obama as much as you or anyone. Ever read his thousands of columns about President Obama and listen to his hours on radio? Crouere is one of the most conservative persons in Louisiana, the reddest of red states. Crouere is total tea party guy, founder of a tea party, in fact. I think what Crouere is saying is down in Louisiana, Jindal is viewed as a skunk and a joke and the rest of the nation is getting BS and if they knew him, they would think like Crouere does—that Jindal is a fraud. Has nothing to do with Obama, who is viewed as being worse. Actually, I have read Crouere’s numerous columns about Obama being out of the country, playing golf and so on...you are barking up the wrong tree here. Before you criticize, read what he has written for years and years.
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