I never thought I'd ever see the day that I would say I'm ashamed to be from Louisiana, but I feel that way today. I'm embarassed that the people of this state could allow race to override the good sense to make a change in this state. Yesterday I saw a woman who would do ANYTHING to get elected pull the wool over the collective eyes of this state, and as soon as elected, contradict all the garbage she had been speaking for the past month. She says that she respects Bobby Jindal's campaign, despite the fact when asked this on Wednesday she could only say "I don't think I could find 3 things I like about your campaign Bobby!" She talked about the importance of having a close connection with Washington just weeks after saying we need to tell Washington to stay out of the state's business. She talked about the wonderful term of Mike Foster weeks after ridiculing him and his term in office. She talked positively about Richard Ieyoub (spelling?) a month after slamming him in negative ads to get into the run-off. What we saw was a skilled politician who used every trick in the book to get into office. Even airing private business on the air to gain the pity vote just days before the election. I was a Democrat before this election, but after seeing how people are so stupid they blindly vote strictly Democrat no matter how qualified the Republican candidate is, or how unqualified the Democratic candidate is, I've decided I'm never voting party lines again. Before last night I had hope that this state could change, but apparently we love living at the bottom. Maybe it makes the slightly above average feel better about themself. I'm now convinced I'll have to move out of state if I'm ever going to find a job worth anything. Apparently if you put the same old polititian in a female's body, people think they are getting something new. This is a woman who has worked in this corrupt goverment for 20 years and will only continue old habits. She's a 'good old boy'. I'm hoping one day this state will be fit to raise children in, but until then, I will have to leave.