This is what happens when a college professor criticizes LABI

You get your job threatened by the former chief of staff to Gov. Bobby Jindal.

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7 Responses to This is what happens when a college professor criticizes LABI

  1. says:

    It’s very disappointing to have our state taken over by literal tyrants.


  2. earthmother says:

    Not surprisingly, Wags appears to believe that public employees (and he was once on the state payroll) are no better than indentured servants. Employees are obligated to put in an honest day’s work for a day’s pay, which surely Professor Mann does. I’m assuming that he writes his blogs during the 16 hours of free time that occur during the 24-hour cycle we call a day – as I do – as well as many public AND private sector employees.

    Here’s a thought – Wags: take your club and recede back into the darkness of your cave. Your meanspirited threat does not speak well for LABI and your board should recognize that threats and intimidation are unbecoming to the business community.

    BTW, did Wags comment on his own time or company time?

    The jindal reign of (t)error is coming to an end and we can see the light at the end of a long, dark tunnel.


  3. earthmother says:

    …and one more thing – maybe Wags would like to chastise piyush for his BLATANT payroll fraud. The “governor” missed work for almost half of 2014 and is on track to miss most of 2015….probably not taking annual leave 🙂 ….any criticism and threats for that criminal transgression, wags?


  4. ulyankee says:

    At least you have tenure… I don’t. I fully expect my that my job, if not my entire career, may not survive this legislative session for speaking out. But I won’t have a career to speak of if I don’t.


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  6. CJ says:

    Lowlife bully typical for this regime and its supporters.


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