[StBernard] Boasso thinking of a Party switch, but not likely this weekend
westley at da-parish.com
Sat Apr 21 20:31:28 EDT 2007
Very well said!!!!
*****WHAT?? If people didn't care there wouldn't be a Democratic,
and Independent affiliation by folks who love their variety and choice
America as to which identity they so choose.
If one wants to think "neutralized", then they might choose to vote or
as "Independent" (which Boasso might believe splits the best of the
the Bad and the Ugly <G>.) If they are disappointed with any of the
affiliation (ignore the fact that there is a socialist, earth party,
communist and "vote for Raymond Brown, if you want to see New Orleans
in Black" <G> (Of course, there's the spoil sporter who would purposely
for the "Reverend" Raymond simply because he/she's tired of the same
hum-drumming and wants a good laugh by being poured from the bottom of
There ARE choices. Walter is not in any sense of the word, STUPID. He's
bright and has the St. Bernard "articulation" known to anyone in America
<G>. He and his advisors will choose the "changeover" party that gathers
most moss as his rolling stone commences down the Gubernatorial hill.
He's not a "deserter of the Republican party as much as he's playing out
options, dragging along his network of political comrades. However, all
voters should consider he's "game" for the Republican ideals but would
a romp in the democratic bed for their support.
Yes, they want good government, with high ethics/morals (yes, I said
because good ethics lay on a foundation of doing the right thing, <and
NOT getting caught is at judgment), accountable to the voters for
platform/promises and finish his term with successful, productive, and
effective governing. A clean campaign while sticking to the issues vs.
opponent is crucial to how he's portrayed by the populace.
Isn't it going to be interesting to see him butt heads with Mr. Jindal?
Good old Walter. Hopefully, he's as genuine as his speech writer during
run for the highest position in our state. <G>>.
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