For those who live in the Baton Rouge area and don’t yet have a copy (and for those who wouldn’t mind driving a few miles), I will be signing my book, Bobby Jindal: His Destiny and Obsession, at the Perkins Rowe Barnes and Noble Booksellers from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. this Saturday (Aug. 6).
In case you haven’t been keeping up, this book is not a puff piece promoting Jindal. Instead, it is an accurate account of the eight years of wanton destruction he inflicted upon this state as governor in absentia and wannabe Republican presidential candidate.
The book, which includes chapters written by such notables as:
- Former Director of the Louisiana Budget Office Stephen Winham (“Jindal’s Policies: Fiscal Failure or Mission Accomplished?”);
- Director of Admissions at a Louisiana university Bridget Jacobs (“Bobby Jindal and Louisiana’s Higher Education”);
- CenLamar blogger, recent law school graduate and political consultant Lamar White (“Jindal’s Fool’s Gold Standard: Why Ethics Reform Failed in Louisiana”);
- Former Department of Education employee, former candidate for the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education and education blogger Jason France, aka Crazy Crawfish (“Smoke and Mirrors: Education Reform under Jindal”), and
- New Orleans Gambit Chairman and Political Editor Clancy Dubos: (“Jindal’s F-Word Tour”).
Of course there also are about 40 chapters written by yours truly, none of which can be considered complimentary of the one once praised by the likes of Rush Limbaugh but whose once-shining political light was snuffed out by his own blundering economic, education, ethics, and political ineptness.
I am also extending an invitation to those named above who so graciously agreed to write chapters—and to whom I will be forever grateful—to come by and also sign copies of the book.
Besides writing their respective chapters, they are also valuable resources for information and policy on whom I have called many times for assistance and advice.
And even if you already have a copy of the book, come on by and say hello. I always love to meet and hear from readers of LouisianaVoice.