Has the New Orleans Saints “bountygate” revealed a crack in the NFL?
A schism in the reality in which the game is being played?
One of the most interesting repercussions of the most recent scandal “BountyGate”, is determing which New Orleans Saints defender hit for the bounty, who got wallopped and what might be the ultimate consequences. One consequence to consider are the lawsuits arising out of this nightmare.
There have been claims that the Saints just might have targeted players such as Brett Favre in the NFL Championship game.
Forget New Orleans Saints Bounty-Gate for now. It has been reported that the New Orleans Saints decided to place the franchise tag on no other than free agent quarterback sensation (or is it Mr. "very-good, but not great") Drew Brees earlier than expected. They used the exclusive tag on him, which means he will not be allowed to negotiate with other teams. For weeks, there has been major speculation that the Saints would tag him although there has also been talk of a pending deal between the Saints and their quarterback.
Did the October Surprise come eight minutes too early for the man who his Republican opponents have long called the "FlipFlopper"?
According to the Red State, “On the campaign trail now, Mitt Romney says the individual mandate is appropriate for Massachusetts, but not the nation. Repeatedly in debates, Romney has said he opposes a national individual mandate.
The dirty Saints?
Those are the words we heard this season after various teams accused the team of different dirty plays.
Jeremy Alford of The Political Desk, a relatively-new very interesting online publication focusing upon Louisiana political news and “buzz” has written and published a whopper of a story, related to the Jay Dardenne-Billy Nungesser Lt. Governor’s race and a controversy that Bayoubuzz originally broke and featured.
Is the verbal commotion over Louisiana education figuratively getting poor marks?
Via his email “Team Jindal” blast, Governor Bobby Jindal today promoted his recent television appearance on Fox News when he had blasted a union executive comments as being "offensive".
What's going on the social media world and the Internet in the land of Louisiana and U.S. politics?
Here are a sample of tweets, Facebook postings and emailsBayoubuzz has received--Jindal reform efforts, CABL's opinion about education reform, opinions from PAR regarding the state's constitution, money appeals from Louisiana's most nationally-recognized political figures and videos of the U.S. Presidential campaign.
I’m not ashamed to admit that I’m not a Rick Perry supporter--especially after his new commercial which is below.
I must have listened to Vince Vance’s “All I want for Christmas is You” dozens of times.
So, when I first heard the audio of his new rendition--Cajun Christmas or “All I want for Christmas is you, Cajun version” ("Tout Ce Que Je Veux Pour Noel C'est Toi."), I thought, good, but “I look forward to seeing the music video”.