Just because the Louisiana elections are over, Bill Cassidy now has four US Senate committee assignments, and Christmas tidings are tidying up, does not mean we should forget about Louisiana politics, does it?
Of course not.
As so many of us so well know, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is single-focused: The White House. In advance of what many believe to be his opening statement in his “official” presidential-run announcement, he is bringing in scores of religious leaders to the LSU for prayer.
LANDRIEU'S LAST SENATE FLOOR SPEECH
Today at 2:00 p.m. CDT, U.S. Senator Mary L. Landrieu, D-La., will deliver her final speech on the Senate Floor.
It was not Mary Landrieu’s finest hour or even her best 11 minutes.
It might’ve been her worst.
An election is not over without a proper post-mortem, or burial. Welcome to Bayoubuzz’s First Annual Louisiana Election Post-Mortem Awards. Now that the 2014 elections are history (and hopefully to be forever forgotten), we are proud to announce the victorious.
The American Revolution is almost over. The lady lion has all but been slain.
Louisiana will remain one of the most conservative, if not the most conservative state, in the nation.
Sometimes, enough is enough.
It is time to put up or shut up.
Now with days left in the US Senate race, many believe that Senator Mary Landrieu is done and roasted as a US Senator, despite a strong performance last night during the debates.
Probably so. We will wait and see, come Saturday, Election Day.
Talk about dirty tricks.
Last week, two Louisiana blogs questioned $50,000 that Congressman and doctor Bill Cassidy received for part-time work he was supposed to perform for LSUHC while he was working full-time as a US Congressman for Louisiana.