Shadoin a Snitch for the Governor?

From The Hayride:

By Scott McKay

We’ve been told repeatedly by Shadoin’s Republican colleagues that House GOP delegation meetings are all but hopeless when he’s around. “We have to meet in small groups because when he’s in the delegation meetings he runs and tells the governor everything that’s said,” one complained. “We’ve gone back and forth over whether to kick him out.”

What’s shameful is Rob Shadoin’s misrepresentation of his constituents back in Ruston. District 12, which he supposedly represents, is one of the most conservative in the state. In the last four major elections in Louisiana, District 12 went 76 percent for Bill Cassidy, 64 percent for David Vitter, 75 percent for Donald Trump and 77 percent for John Kennedy. And yet Shadoin, who was on hand at Edwards’ inauguration, has put together one of the worst voting records of anyone with an “R” next to his name in the Louisiana legislature from the perspective of those conservative voters. His LABI scorecard marks indicate a pitiful 33 percent score in 2016 and a 49 percent score last year; this year isn’t likely to be any better when the final score comes out.

5 Responses to “Shadoin a Snitch for the Governor?”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Rumor is he’s pushed 3times in 3 days to raise taxes on farmers, and hurt agricultural dealerships, Farmers we need stick together this is last man we want to re-elect for ANYTHING, Judge included

    • Anonymous Says:

      Rob Shadoin has up to this point hasn’t seen a tax proposal that he didn’t like! He’s been nothing but a lap pup for John Bel since for the last two and a half years. Shadoin has got to go!

  2. Bluegumm Says:

    Snitches get stitches.

  3. Cowboy Says:

    The only person in Lincoln Parish who’s impressed me with having good sense, financial acumen, and a willingness to stand up for the people is Randy Roberson on the Police Jury. He’s swatted down several of the loonier proposals kicked around by the leftier jurors. We need to dump Shadoin and draft Roberson to run.

    It’s fine to say we need to dump Shadoin, but unless we have someone to offer as an alternate, then all that effort is just cheap talk. Offering up an alternative is walking the walk.

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