When Jindal was head of the Louisiana Department of Health, Louisana’s health rankings dropped from 48th to 50th. And now, more than a year after Bobby Jindal was elected to be Governor, Louisiana has dropped to 50th again.
Jindal has, in less than a year, eliminated transparency from his office, made it harder to convict people of ethics violations and now (under the supposed healthcare expert) we have the worst healthcare system in the nation. How much more must Jindal do in order for people to see him for who he really is?
Posted on Jindal is Bad.
Update: What is the Jindal response to Louisiana’s problems? He went to Texas to campaign and raise funds.
The fundraisers were described in his official schedule only as “private events” for Jindal’s re-election campaign. Melissa Sellers, Jindal’s communications director, declined to share more information about where the events would be, who is hosting and how much is being sought from potential donors.
Did they expect anything other than vague comments by Melissa Sellers? Have they not paid attention to the tactics of the Jindal administration yet?