Governor Piyush Jindal of Louisiana continues to make a fool of himself and the entire state with his latest”Religious Freedom” crusade. Nevermind that the state is facing a $1.6 Billion dollar deficit after having a surplus of hundreds of millions when he took office in what seems like a millenia ago. (There is no sense of Time in Hell)
I am throroughly convinced that Piyush was sent here from some ancient evil force older than the Devil and God we know to bring about the End of All Things. It’s been a hard time proving it with verifiable evidence, but I just know it in my spirit. This week, two hours after his Religious Freedom bill was shot down in the House of Civil Law and Procedure Committee, Piyush released a statement announce that he had signed an executive order to enforce Religious Freedom (Bigotry). Of coure this comes in the same week as he announced an exploration committee into his bid for a 2016 Presidental run, so it’s obvious PJ is gunning for the Oval office (Looking like a fool). Piyush had these words to say after his Hate Law was shut down:
“We are disappointed by the committee’s action to return the Louisiana Marriage and Conscience Act to the calendar. We will be issuing an Executive Order shortly that will accomplish the intent of HB 707 to prevent the state from discriminating against persons or entities with deeply held religious beliefs that marriage is between one man and one woman.
“This Executive Order will prohibit the state from denying or revoking a tax exemption, tax deduction, contract, cooperative agreement, loan, professional license, certification, accreditation, or employment on the basis the person acts in accordance with a religious belief that marriage is between one man and one woman.”
Immediately there was backlash from anyone who had a soul. LGBT rights group, Equality Louisiana, and Louisiana Progress Action released a joint statement warning of the financial consequences of turning the Boot State into the official Klan headquarters of the south……..again:
“It is shameful that Gov. Jindal has decided that abusing his executive power to accomplish the goals of House Bill 707, even after it was tabled indefinitely by our legislature today, is worth more effort than fixing our disastrous state budget. In his time in Iowa, he may have forgotten what everyday Louisianians value, but the testimony today against HB 707 should have reminded him. Discrimination is not a Louisiana value.
“Gov. Jindal is clearly trying to leave the biggest mess possible, as he readies himself to spend even less time in Louisiana and to launch his presidential campaign. In the end, his extreme ideology is only making the state a worse place for those of us who actually plan to live here past his last day in office.”
(Ohhhhh the scathing Shade of it all)
It didn’t end there. Louisiana Democratic Party Executive Director Stephen Handwerk added his own words on Piyush using this as the smokescreen for his career’s death throws:
“Gov. Jindal’s stunt today once again underlines his disregard for Louisiana families, his disdain for the state legislature and his apparent contempt for the state’s tourism industry — the only segment of our economy his failed policies haven’t crippled. Louisiana taxpayers and businesses are once again being forced to foot the bill for Jindal’s vanity. It’s foolishness our families cannot afford.”
Hasn’t that what Piyush’s entire time in office been about though? Foolishness? I’ve never hidden my opinion of the Dark Sand Sith from the Seventh Circle of Hell, but will go down in history about this time is that no one in Louisiana with any power spoke out until the destruction was already down. The citizens of Louisiana were so blinded by hate and bigotry that they let the Sand Wizard lead them straight into the Fire. And not until he’s made his escape with his pockets fattened will they truly see the magnitude of the destruction he’s left behind. We won’t have the opportunity to address him about his crimes then so we should probably take the time now to say our goodbyes and let him know how we left about his leadership skills.
But regarding his new crusade to make Louisiana “God’s Holy land” I would like to know who in the Qmunity feels like Religious Freedom is the most important concern of the State of Louisiana presently? Or do you think we should be talking about the absense of Mental care and the gutting of our education system?
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