Baton Rouge Candidates Speak Out

September 26, 2007

Folks we have some more endorsements this time it’s by local candidates in Baton Rouge.

“Wood, who chops wood? Real men read Louisiana Conservative Dot Com!” — Sid Gautreaux Sheriff’s race

“Louisiana Conservative is electrifying!” — Bill Benedetto District 69
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“I don’t know what happened, they just pulled a gun out on me and the only thing that came to mind was, ‘I wish I was at home reading Louisiana Conservative’. I knew I had something more important to do than get mugged.” — Steve Carter District 68

“Who’s Ed Clark? He’s more than just another guy who reads Louisiana Conservative.” — Ed Clarke District 65

“There’s three things that the Sheriff’s Department needs to do, solve crime, be prepared for emergencies, and most importantly protect the boys down at Louisiana Conservative.” — Greg Phares Sheriff’s candidate

“People wonder why I’m so happy and energetic, they want to know my secret. Well it’s simple, I read Louisiana Conservative everyday when I wake up.” — Brian McNabb District 69

“Louisiana Conservative is Baton Rouge’s most important writing, wait… is Roth going to see this?” — Jay Lyles District 68

“It’s a good thing Louisiana Conservative isn’t running for District 68, even I would have to vote for him, and I’m a candidate.” — Kyle Ardoin District 68

“People say ‘Erich, you’re everywhere, when do you ever have time to read Louisiana Conservative?’ Well, I make time, who’d want a state rep who didn’t keep up with the important thoughts of those boys?” — Erich Ponti District 69

“Wow, simply wow! Who knew there was so much talent in Baton Rouge? How can anybody campaign when Louisiana Conservative has new stuff up?” — Bob Thibodeaux District 69

“Will I make the boize at Louisiana Conservative Honore… honorary members of the Sheriff’s Department? Well elect me Sheriff and I’ll see that it happens.” –Dalton Honore Sheriff’s race

“Why don’t I have any challengers? Well it’s them boys, they help keep me conservative. There’s no way I’d do anything to irritate them boys down at Louisiana Conservative.” — Hunter Greene District 66

“Holy smokes! Every time I turn around people are talking about Louisiana Conservative, how can you not read it?” — Scott Thompson Sheriff’s race

“Some things are pure Louisiana, crawfish, gumbo, jazz, Wayne Carter, and Louisiana Conservative dot com.” — Wayne Carter Ag Commish

“Sometimes I think about stepping down from politics, but then I read Louisiana Conservative and I know that I can never compete against them.” — Cleo Fields Senate District 14

“There’s a lot of things Mitch could be promoting. How about showcasing the brilliant minds down at Louisiana Conservative? They are bursting with Louisiana talent.” — Gary Beard Lt Gov.

“I just wish ‘Avman’ would eat less and write more.” — Troy Moreau Senate District 16

“I just wish ‘Avman’ would exercise less and write more.” — Dr. Bill Cassidy Senate District 16

“The smartest Republicans I ever met them boize at Louisiana Conservative. I wish they’d run for something.” — Richard Fontanesi Senate District 16

*Disclaimer – these quotes are not real and are not intended to be taken seriously


2 comments
Hardy Parkerson
Hardy Parkerson

Nice to find this web-site. I am a true conservative: the government which governs least governs best; government can't be all things to all people. We are overtaxed in Louisiana. Our criminal justice system is shambles. A new practice has developed in Louisiana, and that is of defendants' pleading guilty to get out of jail, not pleading guilty and going to jail. There is more to it all than this, but this is something to think about. Sincerely, Hardy Parkerson, Atty. Ronald Reagan Democratic Conservative Family Forum Anti-Abortion Candidate for Governor

Hardy Parkerson
Hardy Parkerson

Nice to find this web-site. I am a true conservative: the government which governs least governs best; government can't be all things to all people. We are overtaxed in Louisiana. Our criminal justice system is shambles. A new practice has developed in Louisiana, and that is of defendants' pleading guilty to get out of jail, not pleading guilty and going to jail. There is more to it all than this, but this is something to think about. Sincerely, Hardy Parkerson, Atty. Ronald Reagan Democratic Conservative Family Forum Anti-Abortion Candidate for Governor

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