Well LABI just came out against it and Bobby had some nasty things to say about that.
"The only people defending the status quo are those with lobbyists, lawyers and others that have gotten loopholes and want to protect those loopholes," Jindal said.
If LABI, the Dems and the ministers are against this, it doesn't seem like it's got much of a chance of getting that two thirds vote.
@el and hunkahunka01:
Not everyone is so in love with or in agreement with lil Booby's ideas:
I believe the ideas of Laffer and his supply side economics have been disproved enough already.
The national press cannot get on to this jerk fast enough! It would be too much to have them tear into his voucher program, his "health care" issues and how he has controlled the LSU Health Care System by placing his minions in there so that he could decimate the system. Oh please national media, you cannot get here fast enough!
As an aside, it's great to see your byline again Stephanie!
When the 800 million hit came from the House in that bill (Transportation bill?) Jindal surely could have contacted our mostly Republican Congressional delegation and Speaker Boehner to see what could be done, possibly lessening the amount of the cut or cutting something else other than our funding or funding formula. But Booby didn't lift a finger to try to mitigate this because it fit in so well with his "beliefs" and fit in perfectly with his plans to dismantle public health care in this state. Lil Booby cares not one whit about what public health care in this state will be, just as he doesn't care about public education in the state. Lil Booby is more concerned with his Republican cred and toeing the line for the Koch Brothers than he is about anything in this state. He still believes his future is at the national level but he is no longer the wunderkind of the far Right; Paul Ryan wears that mantel now.
Hey Lonewillow: If it was good enough for Uncle Earl it ought to be good enough for lil Booby.
B-team? Seems I saw a goodly number of laid-off T.P. employees there. Give them time. At least the Manship family is willing to give it a try.
I sincerely hope Stephanie Grace is able to find employment, hopefully in Nola. She's worth more than being a beat reporter. And I have to wonder about crusty James Gill.
>Glad to hear that they're robustly shitting bricks. Hope it hurts.<
Oh definitely! LOL!
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