Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Incompetent Louisiana governor to be recalled?

Hey, if a Pacific blue state like California can recall a liberal governor like Gray Davis, anything's possible! From NewsMax:
Kat Landry, who filed a recall petition with state elections officials, said Louisiana needs new leadership to recover from the storms' back-to-back blows.

"What we have seen in the past few months is a lack of leadership, a lack of communication, a lack of understanding of how to get things done," Landry said.

In Louisiana, getting a recall on the ballot requires petition signatures from at least one-third of the state's registered voters, or about 900,000 people, in 180 days, according to Jennifer Marusak of the secretary of state's office.


Landry said she's received a tremendous amount of traffic on a recall Web site she set up, and noted 676,000 people voted against Blanco for governor in the first place. Blanco was elected in 2003 with 52 percent of the vote; the number cited by Landry was the total who voted for her opponent, Bobby Jindal.
Here's guessing that if the recall effort is successful and the bumbling idiot (whose incompetence is largely responsible for the suffering of New Orleans residents, regardless of the hollow claims of liberals that Bush was to blame) is removed from her post as LA's CEO...that, too, will be Bush's fault!