Gawd hasn’t been kind to Louisiana. Most of us thought we had scene the worst of days when Hurricane Katrina, but if many had known then that it merely proceeded the entrance of The Dark Sand Sith on a Pale Horse which is Piyush Jindal I’m sure many would have much preferred struggling in Red Cross shelters abroad before coming back to this obviously cursed land.

im outta here

The past 8 years we’ve watch the state go from hundreds of millions of dollars in surplus to being bankrupt and in the hole over $1 billion, government cuts that have destroyed mental health and education across the state, and just recently cuts to tax credits to the film industry that will all ut destroy Hollywood south in Louisiana. So, like I said, it’s been a long 8 years. But, in my humle opinion, Louisiana got exactly what they deserved by voting for an obvious ego maniac whose only goal was to pillage the state’s money vault to finance his assanine political aspirations.

Well last week Piyush **Hawks and spits** finally announced that he’d be running for President in the staged, awkward, anti-climactic, “candid” home video where he and his stepford wife announce the news to their children who look like they couldn’t care less. (Bad angle.Poor sound. And Disposable characters)

This week, in response to criticisms of his assimilation eagerness, Jindal has released his campaign slogan…and it’s just as stupid as anything else that comes out of Baton Rouge.


“I’m done with all this talk about hyphenated Americans. We are not Indian-Americans, Irish-Americans, African-Americans, rich Americans, or poor Americans – we are all Americans.”~ Piyush Jindal


Tanned? Oh I just CAN’T!

Jindal loves talking about his family’s journey from India to Baton Rouge, and that it’s out of respect for their journey that he fully embraces his new American roots.  He believes America would be a better place if minorites would just abandon their ethnic backgrounds (Like he has), learn English, and join the Ku Klux Klan. When Indian-Twitter got hold of his Imitations of Life Shenanigans they drug him for curry spices and magic carpets through Harper’s Bazaar. His denial of his Indian roots and changing his name to “Bobby” after watching the Brady Bunch as a child has made him a joke among minority voters, and makes many wonder exactly WHO his base is. Is his a story one of minority achievement or of self hatred?

No matter how you answer It’s still not sitting right with me that he’s calling himself “tanned.” It’s gonna take time.


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Vitamin Q (VQ) is a writer, blogger personality, and a social commentator. He irreverently analyzes how social issues affect individuals in modern society by using sarcasm, humor, and intellect, creating his own unique blend of Southern SHADE, purely for the purpose of helping like minds cope. “I say it so you don’t have to!”
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