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Louisiana blew it with Iowa caucus
Thursday, 04 February 2016 09:38

louisiana capitolThe biggest loser in the recent Iowa presidential caucuses was not Donald Trump or any of the other candidates who did not meet expectations in garnering voters.  No, the title for the real loser was, hands down, the state of Louisiana.  Because of both selfishness and a lack of any creative thinking, state officials in the Bayou State passed on the chance of receiving worldwide publicity and having hundreds of millions of dollars poured into the state’s economy.  Simply put, Louisiana blew the chance of being the first presidential primary state and reaping all the benefits. 

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