April 24, 2007

IS THE ELECTION TOMORROW?:

Jindal "in the Catbird Seat" (Christopher Tidmore, 4/24/07, www.thenew995fm.com)

Pollster Bernie Pinsonat tells 99.5 FM that there is little that can stop Bobby Jindal from becoming Governor of Louisiana. And, if the Democrats do not find a decent candidate, the may lose effective control of the State Senate--as well as the House.

"Jindal is in a great position based on what I've seen. He's in the catbird seat, and we may have a dull election," Pinsonat told Rob Couhig and Bo Walker Tuesday morning.

The Democrats seem incapable of fielding a competitive candidate, and as a consequence, have put themselves in serious danger of becoming a minority party--in Both Houses of the Legislature.

"If there is a Jindal landslide, and the Democratic Party is sitting on the sidelines," Pinsonat explained, "If Jindal is able to win 10 to 12 points, their dreams of having a dominant role in the Senate are over."

Posted by Orrin Judd at April 24, 2007 6:36 PM
Comments

He's in the catbird seat, and we may have a dull election

Louisiana needs a dull election or two. Louisiana for far too long (decades) has been run by politicians who are not adults. Jindal has his work cut out for him if he wins.

Posted by: pchuck at April 24, 2007 7:45 PM

I wonder how many people who refused to vote for him because of his color now regret it after they've seen how he acted after Katrina.

I wonder if they wonder if only he had been gov.........

And if the Peoples' Republic of IL does put in these onerous taxes, I'd make Boeing's HQ an offer it can't refuse.......

Posted by: Sandy P at April 24, 2007 8:36 PM
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