After a pathetic debate performance, liberals are no longer so confident that Barack Obama is a lock for re-election. Until the showdown on stage in Denver, liberals had been quite confident their man would prevail, citing battleground state polls that favored the President. Seems they popped the champagne bottles too early as new polls show Romney received a bump from his strong showing in the first debate.
With the Presidential election coming up, the Louisiana political scene is lighting up. Let’s take a trip around the world of social media and the Internet to get a glance as to what people are saying this week…
in 18 years as a political consultant, manager and strategist i helped prepare nearly 70 candidates for debates: tv debates, radio, civic groups, endorsing groups, you name it.
Rep. Dee Richard has set the “call” (agenda) for the leges to call themselves into a special lege session. (See petition here.)
Today's edition of Louisiana NGO focuses upon business in Jefferson Parish, Baton Rouge Entrepreneurship from BRAC, Hurricane Isaac Recovery Summit, a great fundraiser at the US Mint (watch the Bayoubuzz video from last's year's gala), the Louisiana Insurance Commission and seniors and the French Quarter Festival.
The Presidential debate between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama Wednesday night featured economic issues including healthcare, the economy, the national debt and even Big Bird of PBS.
Now that the first debate is history, the question might be not just who won but what happens next due to the debate?.
Today's edition of Louisiana NGO focuses upon Jefferson Parish internet site, the VOA, Chevron and the City of New Orleans, an upcoming wonderful Rock and Roll fundraiser gala at the Mint where you get receive discounted prices for mentioning Bayoubuzz.
Budget Cuts. It will be the big battle of the next Congress, cutting the federal budget, reigning in spending, and reducing the national debt. Democrats want a token tax increase, a feel good proposal to tax the “rich.” Republicans want no tax increase, but do want big cuts in spending. So what will the ramifications be? Here in Louisiana we have an insight of just how popular these ideas might be.