Mark your calendars. In January, Louisiana will officially become Cajun Florida if Jeff Landry is elected. You think DeSantis is bad. Just wait until Captain conservative convenes at the capitol.

Come on down to Cajun Florida, a wonderful land of swamps and humidity, where history is altered, transgenders are canceled, and the government is so for the people that it can’t help but insert itself into the business of their genitals.

Enter Jeff Landry. With a gubernatorial sized lead in funding, and in the polls, Landry has been focusing on what he does best – abusing state power. Last week, Landry and 16 other like-minded A. G’s pitched a fit about a proposed U.S. Health and Human Services rule change. The change, if adopted, would block states from tracking residents who flee to other states to have abortions or receive gender care.

Jeff Landry Wants To Make Louisiana Florida Again

Presently, states have some access to their resident’s health care records for public health purposes. But with Republicans trending more and more towards The Handmaid’s Tale party, Health and Human Services is proposing that abortions and gender care no longer be included in the tracking.

Landry and the like-minded blasted the proposal. They said it would stop them from tracking cases of child abuse. That means we’re now supposed to assume that aborting a fetus, and allowing your child to take hormone blockers are crimes punishable across state lines? That sounds like big government. And that sounds like your body is not your body. It’s state’s property. Imagine it:

“Excuse me, ma’am before boarding your flight could you please take this stick into the bathroom and pee on it. Bring it back when a plus or a minus appears. If it’s a plus, you’ll be expected to produce the same results to avoid prosecution when re-entering the great state of Louisiana. Enjoy your trip. And thanks for flying at Armstrong International.”

Remember back in the Obamacare days when Democrats were proposing a national database so patient information could be shared amongst the federal government, the states, and health care providers. Republicans balked. “Oh, hell no,” they said. “That’s Socialism. That’s Communism. And that’s Marxism. That’s straight out of Kenya.” Back then, Louisiana Republicans were full of amens and hallelujahs. But look at where they’re headed now.

Jeff Landry Wants To Make Louisiana Florida Again

“Excuse me sir before your child boards this flight, state officials will need to escort him to the back and take a picture of his penis. This same penis will need to be submitted to avoid prosecution when re-entering the great state of Louisiana. Enjoy your trip. And thanks for flying at Armstrong International.”

Cajun Florida. Just wait until we start fooling around with our history textbooks, too. Plessy vs Ferguson will be revised as a simple seating dispute, the Slave Revolt of 1811 a case of disgruntled workers, and Andrew Jackson a great man worthy of having a public square built in his honor. Wait, we already did that.

At least Florida has a functioning Democrat Party, and a giant-sized corporation like Disney to push back against their governor. But ain’t no Disney here. And there’s no semblance of a Democratic Party. Just look at Shawn Wilson’s funding. The most powerful Democrat we have is Mayor Pontalba. Yep, tough times for Louisiana.   Tough times.

It’s not all bad though. Beer is still legal, and so is crawfish, for the moment. But who knows, the way Landry and other state Republicans are going, allowing young boys to grow up seasonally sucking heads may somehow be seen as contributing to gender dysphoria. And who knows where that will lead us. Get all your voting registration in order. Come October, your vote may be the only thing stopping us from maintaining some semblance of sanity or becoming Cajun Florida.

2 thoughts on “Jeff Landry Wants To Make Louisiana Florida Again”
  1. Sad state of affairs in Louisiana. Voters are not engaged nor courted by the state democratic party. Since Katrina the loss of power with gerrymandering and qualified or serious candidates bring us to date. My daughters have moved out to better pasteurs and I’m not far behind. Good luck New Orleans. It hasn’t been home since Katrina.

  2. If Jeff Landry becomes governor, expect this kind of ignorance and illiteracy, like “Bills of Attainder”, especially against La. Elected Negro officials. –
    LBRC- Ron DeSantis has instituted a “Bill of Attainder” against The
    “Elected” Florida Black and Democrat, State Attorney? This is egregious!
    1. What distinguishes a “Bill of Attainder” from any other is, it lacks
    “Due Process”. There is no adjudicated process or evidence and is De Facto an assumption of “Guilt”, minus a Trial or examination of reliable evidence! (Federalist Paper #42- #44).
    2. “Bills of Attainder” contradict “Innocent until proven guilty”,
    3. Ignorance and illiteracy is what was feared most in 1789, after The Articles of Confederation were abolished. In 2023, illiteracy and ignorance are “Full Blown” in High Places, in media and government! Why hasn’t so- called Mainstream called this out on Fundamental Constitutional grounds? Unfortunately, their literacy levels with respect
    to what should be Constitutionally “Fundamental”, is as vacant as their so- called impartiality. This is egregious!
    a. Ron DeSantis has suspended an “Elected” official capriciously. No “Due Process”, just accusations and what he “alleges”!
    b. “The Constitution and its laws are The Supreme Law of The Land…”- so says The U.S. Constitution! Further- No State or their laws have the right to Contradict the U.S. Constitution! These must be rendered “Null and Void”!
    c. Reference- “Bill of attainder”-
    A bill of attainder is an act of a legislature declaring a person, or a group of people, guilty of some crime, and punishing them, often without a trial. As with attainder resulting from the normal judicial process, the effect of such a bill is to nullify the targeted person’s civil rights, most notably the right to own property, the right to a title of nobility, and, in at least the original usage, the right to life itself. More at Wikipedia.
    d. Supremacy Clause in U.S. Constitution- Supremacy Clause: Current Doctrine | U.S. Constitution Annotated | US …
    “This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notw…”
    e. Does this surprise us regarding so- called Mainstream Media and alleged WS Racist and their U.S. Constitutional illiteracy? Ans. Is up down or down up?
    Peace Out…

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