Friday, August 29, 2008
Change You Can Believe In (Really)
Many among us are disappointed that Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal will stay home from the Republican National Convention, to attend to preparations and potential emergency response to Gustav.
Fortunately, Jindal gave us a taste of what he would have said at the Convention, writing at the Wall Street Journal.
The true fiscal conservatism embodied in Jindal’s remarkable administration in previously basket-case
How did Jindal do it? Cutting government waste and fraud, imposing real ethics reform -- in contrast to the Chicago-style phony reforms that let party bosses line their pockets – and most of all, making
Jindal speaks to the results:
Thanks in large part to these reforms and our aggressive efforts to attract new business investment, our economy today is strong. Compared to the nation as a whole,
The rest of the country is starting to take notice. Citing strong fiscal management, three major credit-rating agencies -- Moody's, Standard & Poor's, and Fitch -- recently upgraded
What do the New Democrats offer? Based on Obama’s Convention Speech, much, much more of the same old, same old. So much for change.
New Republicans? Sarah Palin and Bobby Jindal. Who’d have guessed?
(Via The Corner)
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