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Batting Zero in Baton Rouge
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Can’t let the night go by without noting the latest from the offices of Kathleen Caligula Blanco, governor of the People’s Republic of Louisiana. Whilst people remain homeless (and voteless due to Blanco’s postponing the New Orleans mayoral election lest Ray Nagin have to get a real job), Mizz Blanco has decided to continue with plans to renovate her staff offices to the tune of about $500 large.

According to this report, “At the time of her decision, Blanco also was hinting at deep budget cuts to state programs and the possibility of laying off 20 percent of the state workforce.” We have no report that the layoffs could include Mayor Nagin, or that the Gov plans to replace him with her horse. We expect that report any moment.

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