This whole thing is a waste of time and money. Of course, the Republicans could care less about spending our taxpayer money.
His record in two terms shows he gave $11 billion in public money in the form of taxpayer subsidies to multi-national corporations which is more than any other State. Some examples: Mobile/Exxon, $263 million; and others like Valero and Clerco received 315 million and 180 million respectively. Cuts in public education and colleges and universities resulting in a drop of 52.1% between 2008 - 2014 or a $5000 tuition increase of $5000 per student. $10 billion went to Valero which created 43 jobs while Valero was making a 6 billion dollar profit in 2013. Wal Mart and Duck Dynesty also benefit from Gov. subsidies. I think the Republicans have better candidates than this.
rotn38 relax, people need to be citizens to vote. Plenty voter fraud committed by the Republicans in
They apparently didn't get a raise before, otherwise, they wouldn't have gotten a raise up to $15.00 a hour.
BP wasn't mentioned as one of the Corps receiving taxpayer money. Besides, the BP payments were court ordered and not by Jindal.
Just posted facts for you low info wingnuts. LOL, you have to inject race into the discussion. Just shows the depth of your knowledge.
I guess you really mean hope a Republican President will be elected. Is that correct, gaydan?
I would suggest, hipilot if you can read, do the actual reading what Bundling in Medicare is all about. The advantages and disadvantages of the plan which was being formulated before Obama took office to reduce costs to medicare.,
As I said in a previous post, you are an useful idiot for the Wingnuts.
rdotn38, This has nothing to do with BP you idiot.
No, I don't believe she said anything like that. If she did, she may have been alluding to the like of one's like you. It is very apparent that you don't do any work of any kind.
Is Cruz one of the 47 traitors that signed the letter to iran while negotiations were going on?
Just read where Bobby Jindahl gave 1.6 billion to a oil and gas company to create jobs and only 150 new jobs were created. Plus, awarded $117 million to the company for job training. All taxpayer money.