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Wall Street Wackos, The Left-Wing Tea Party

Tuesday, 04 October 2011 12:52 Written by

The left wing has now found their answer to the Tea Party; it is the dirty, smelly bunch of protesters trying to occupy Wall Street.  This group started with a few dozen college students on September 24, but has now begun its third week and expanded to sites across the country.

These young malcontents are upset at the capitalist system and “corporate greed.” They want to “Occupy Wall Street,” and send a message that the real culprits in this country are in corporate boardrooms.

Take A Gander: Jindal, Endorsements And Louisiana Economics
Tuesday, 04 October 2011 12:36 Written by

Jindal bookThe Bobby Jindal campaign is announcing that the Baton Rouge Business Report has endorsed him for Governor. 


Now, let’s see.  The person endorsing is Rolfe McCollister, the former campaign treasuer for Team Jindal I back in 2007 and and the former head of the Jindal transition team 2007-2008.

McCollister cites the improvement in jobs and the economy.

Uptown New Orleans Anti-Obama Sign Tea's Off Blacks, Demos This Election Year
Tuesday, 04 October 2011 10:50 Written by

Obama signdemocrats across the greater new orleans area should be sending timothy reily bouquets and beignets for his sign attacking president obama that many consider a sign of the times. the self-confessed proud tea party member has energized democrats in a year when democrats were in desperate need for a rallying point. reily has accommodated them with a large yard sign depicting the president in a diaper that has become the subject of demonstrations, rallies and news coverage. 

The Race for Louisiana Lt. Governor: Will Democrats Pick the Winner?
Tuesday, 04 October 2011 10:07 Written by

ChehardyThe gloves are off, the fists are swinging, and the mud is flying. The race for Lt. Governor is off and running. Incumbent Jay Dardenne has accused his lone challenger Billy Nungesser of being a liberal and having a double public persona when it comes to the BP oil crisis. Nungesser, Plaquemines Parish President, accuses Dardenne of being a liberal and various other assorted maladies that most politicians would take offense to.

New Orleans Saints, Peyton Readies For Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers After Win Over Jags
Tuesday, 04 October 2011 09:40

PaytonSean Payton discussed the Saints' victory over the Jaguars, the late hit on Drew Brees, motivation for NFC South rival, team playing good offense and defense and quick starts at his Monday media briefing.

Landrieu Lauds Senate Confirmation of 1st Black Female Dist. Court Judge For Louisiana
Monday, 03 October 2011 16:54

nannette jolivette brownLouisiana now has its first black woman federal district court judge as the U.S. Senate today unanimously confirmed New Orleans City Attorney Nannette Jolivette Brown as a U.S. District Court Judge in New Orleans. U.S. Sen. Mary L. Landrieu, D-La., recommended Jolivette Brown for the position in a Nov. 2, 2010, letter to President Barack Obama.

Italian Court Finds Amanda Knox Innocent, Freed From Jail
Monday, 03 October 2011 15:16 Written by

Amanda Knox has been found innocent and is free from an Italian jail  today as a court overturned a jury verdict which had found her guilty of murder as well as other related crimes.

Desperate Politics? Nungesser, Dardenne Debate Louisiana Poll Results
Monday, 03 October 2011 14:36 Written by

Which candidate for Lt. Governor is desperate, if either?

After sending out poll information from blogger-poll survey, “TheHayride.com/JMC Enterprise survey”,

that reports the race for Lt. Governor is at a virtual tie at 26 – 24 with a margin of error of +/- 3.5%.,  the Nungesser campaign responded with the following email statement “These numbers are proof that the Nungesser media campaign is starting to have an impact with voters who are responding to Billy’s proven record of results and positive vision for Louisiana’s future.

Jindal's Gubernatorial Opponent A Strange Bird
Monday, 03 October 2011 14:08 Written by

With the likelihood that any of the challengers to Gov. Bobby Jindalcould defeat his reelection less than that of the Earth reversing its rotation and its axis of rotation shifting to east-west, since these marginal candidates that in any other contest with more substantial candidates would be ignored almost totally can find much more spotlight, expect their oddities to emerge into full view. Take, for instance, the ranting of one Adroniki “Niki Bird” Papazoglakis.
Jindal Campaign Commercials Doing A Job On Louisiana Voters
Monday, 03 October 2011 13:50 Written by

JindalGov. Bobby Jindal seems to be a virtual lock for re-election. (Still, the Boston Red Sox went into September with a nine-game lead for the wild card spot in the playoffs and promptly went 7-20 and lost the wild card to Tampa on the final day of the season, so in the words of the old Fats Waller song, One Never Know, Do One?)

A similar scenario is not likely in the October 22 election for several reasons. First, and let’s go ahead and get this out of the way: Jindal is smart, as in politically savvy. Never forget that. He’s also brilliant at remembering numbers and statistics and can recite them with little prompting. That also makes him intelligent. No argument there.

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