Bobby Jindal Invested Too Much In The Gold Standard

Lamar Parmentel:

More fools gold.

Originally posted on CenLamar:

A few weeks ago, on the coat tails of The Advocate‘s request, I sent Thomas Enright, Bobby Jindal’s executive counsel, an identical public records request: I also wanted any and all e-mails Gov. Jindal had sent and received on his account, the same demand he had made of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Yesterday, more than two weeks later, Mr. Enright denied my request, as well as the requests from The Advocate and the Associated Press.

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Here’s my response:

Dear Mr. Enright,

With all due respect, your legal analysis and the justifications provided for failing to disclose responsive, historical public records are incorrect and dependent on a complete misunderstanding and misapprehension of La. Rev. Stat. Ann. 44:5, the Louisiana State Constitution, applicable case law, and the common law definition of the deliberative process exemption.

Pursuant to the rights entitled to me under the law as a citizen of the…

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Mystery cartoonist strikes again….

Lamar Parmentel:

Disasters of Louisiana, 2005-present

Originally posted on Louisiana Voice:

LOUISIANA'S 21ST CENTURY DISASTERS(CLICK ON IMAGE TO ENLARGE)

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In 1992, then-LSU Board member Rolfe McCollister demanded Edwin Edwards arrest over college budget cuts

Originally posted on Something Like the Truth:

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By Robert Mann

In the fall of 1992, Rolfe McCollister, publisher of the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report, was a member of the LSU Board of Supervisors. At the time, the state was enduring a budget crisis. Higher education was on the cutting block. And McCollister was furious.

So furious, he called for the arrest of the governor.

The governor at the time? Democrat Edwin Edwards.

Fast-forward 22 years. McCollister is again serving on the LSU Board of Supervisors. The state is again in the midst of a budget crisis. Higher education is again on the cutting block.

And McCollister’s attitude? He’s sanguine, not angry. Actually, he seems angry at those who are criticizing the governor.

This time, of course, the governor is his good friend and political ally, Republican Bobby Jindal.

In the Oct. 20-Nov. 2, 1992, edition of the Business Report, McCollister published a lengthy column entitled, “Governor…

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Bobby Jindal is not Louisiana’s governor; he long ago moved into new role as state’s undisputed Prevaricator in Residence

Lamar Parmentel:

Prevaricator

Originally posted on Louisiana Voice:

prevaricator

[pri-var-i-key-ter] /prɪˈvær ɪˌkeɪ tər/

noun

  1. a person who speaks falsely; liar.
  2. a person who speaks so as to avoid the precise truth; quibbler; equivocator.

Bobby Jindal loves to throw around the “L-word.”

So much so that we at LouisianaVoice are beginning to let it creep into our vocabulary when writing about Bobby.

Of course, his “L-word” and our “L-word” have completely different meanings.

For him, it’s invoked when reacting to the “Liberal” media’s calling him out on his claims of being the savior for Louisiana’s health care, education, economy, ethics and general well-being.

For us, the “L-word” denotes Liar, as pathologicalLiar.

A pathological liar is defined as an abnormally habitual liar, or a person who lies to the point that it is considered a disease or condition. That would be Bobby Jindal, the man who took ideas from medical experts…

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JUST CRUZING BY

Ted Cruz

On Cruz Control.

 

THE LORDETH HAS BLESSEDTH USTH WITH MAXIMUM TED CRUZ.

Gov. Jindal, it’s time to resign

bucktownpirate:

Governor Jay Dardenne thanks you for this column.

Originally posted on Something Like the Truth:

By Robert Mann

Gov. Jindal, it’s time to quit. Not your campaign for the White House, although I think that would be wise. I’m mean that you should resign the governor’s job that has lost your attention and consumes little of your energy.

These are dangerous times, and Louisiana needs a full-time governor completely focused on our challenges. It’s not only our budget crisis, but also other serious problems that still require an active governor’s attention in the final year of his term.

You’re rarely in Louisiana these days. When you are home, you’re more interested in writing op-eds for out-of-state newspapers.

Many years ago, when asked if you were running for president, you wouldrespond, “I have the job I want.” Some of us doubted you then. Now, everyone knows you have a job you don’t want.

So, just resign. Hand over the office to Lt. Gov. Jay…

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Bobby Jindal: a voice of authority on all things regarding foreign policy but woefully inadequate on governing state

Lamar Parmentel:

Aswell as you like it.

Originally posted on Louisiana Voice:

There comes a time when those surround Bobby Jindal must return to earth and come to grips with a realistic fact about their boy.

Pick one:

  1. He cannot seriously consider himself real presidential timber;
  2. His quest for POTUS is simply a cruel joke he’s playing on the rest of us;
  3. He told an unforgivable lie when he said, “I have the job I want”;
  4. He has no clue as to how to govern a state, let along an entire nation;
  5. The little boy should never try on big boy pants;
  6. He may actually be qualified to lead the Stupid Party;
  7. All of the above.

The correct answer is….well, you know.

As Jindal’s numbers continue to shrink to less than single-digits in GOP presidential preference polls, his efforts to garner attention have ramped up accordingly and in the process, have made him a national—if not international—laughingstock.

His handlers should take note and…

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Bobby Jindal, LSU President?

Lamar Parmentel:

From King to King.

Originally posted on Something Like the Truth:

By Robert Mann

Could Gov. Bobby Jindal become the next president of LSU? Why not? He’s not going to be president of the United States.

So what can Jindal do once his presidential campaign flames out like a tax increase opposed by the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry?

Monday’s announcementthat Jindal crony and Economic Development Secretary Stephen Moret will become president of the LSU Foundation demonstrates that despite having done his best to dismantle the university, Jindal remains firmly in control of the LSU Board of Supervisors and, therefore, every other aspect of the university.

If Jindal and Moret could preside over the near-destruction of the state’s flagship university and still persuade the university to give Moret one of the school’s plum positions, then anything is possible.

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An Open Letter to Kevin Boyd of The Hayride

Originally posted on CenLamar:

An Open Letter to Kevin Boyd

Dear Mr. Boyd,

I am requesting a retraction of this article, which I consider libelous and entirely motivated by a desire to publicly disparage my name and my reputation under the pretense of “reporting.” 

First, you and your readers should know that your headline and your entire thesis were publicly debunked by The Advocate’s Elizabeth Crisp, the author of the article you cited. See: https://twitter.com/elizabethcrisp/status/576232592384487425

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Second, it is worth pointing out that LSU’s internal audit of Senator Cassidy did not address- at all- the fact that he submitted timesheets indicating that- on nearly two dozen occasions- he worked in Baton Rouge on the same days he cast votes and attended committee meetings in Washington, D.C. and that in most of those instances, it would have been physically impossible for the then-Congressman to have done so. That was the substance of my reporting, which relied…

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Early poll results indicate close races for governor, attorney general, but major PAC campaign cash hasn’t kicked in yet

Originally posted on Louisiana Voice:

The Oct. 11 primary election for governor is still seven months off but it’s never too early for conducting polls to see the early seeding of candidates and an early poll has shown a surprisingly strong showing by Democratic State Rep. John Bel Edwards of Amite. MARCH 6 POLL

The poll, dated March 6, was conducted on March 5 by Triumph Campaigns. A survey of 1,655 participants, it was the first public poll completed since two of the gubernatorial candidates launched paid media buys or since several public debates were held in that race.

The poll also measured voter preferences for lieutenant governor, attorney general and commissioner of insurance.

With a margin or error of 2.4 percent, Edwards trailed U.S. Sen. David Vitter by only two percentage points, 35 percent to 33 percent. A further breakdown shows Vitter with 23 percent “definitely” favoring him and 12 percent as “probable.” Edwards had 16…

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