Now this warms the cockles of my heart…

Whether you can him by my pet name Nunny or Billy Nungesser it has been clear to me since the oil spill that Plaquemines Parish Prez Billy Nungesser is a corrupt sack of shit.  According to Lee Zurich at Fox 8 it appears the Feds are thinking the same thing and it goes beyond trying to stiff  Gidget out of her prostitution tab.  If the Feds are looking at Nunny I’d say there is also a good chance there is also a Jack Stevens in the woodpile too.

Anyone seen Anderson Cooper?  My mind is open to the possibility that most of his regular oil spill guests will end up doing time at the ol’ Greybar Hotel before this is over.


13 thoughts on “Now this warms the cockles of my heart…”

  1. Nungesser Testing the Waters

    “the deal had been made before he took office in November 2010” = Scott Angelle

    Oil and Gas Association gives environmental award to industry regulator

    “Chris John, the association’s president, said there is nothing inappropriate about giving an award to Scott Angelle, secretary of the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources.”

    “Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, who handed out the award, said in a statement that ‘Scott has been a warrior for our people and our coast.'”

    Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association
    Annual Meeting: March 23-25, 2011
    921 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA. 70112

    New ethics law playing favorites

    Written by: Leslie Turk
    Monday, 07 July 2008

    “The ethics ‘clean up’ legislation Gov. Bobby Jindal signed into law appears to play favorites with three legislators and their relatives, The Advocate reported today.”

    “One provision allows Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association President Chris John to lobby the Louisiana Legislature despite that his father-in-law, Sen. Smith, is a lawmaker and a member of the Senate Natural Resources Committee — which oversees much of the energy industry

  2. La. Gov. Jindal: No change to natural gas tax



    Gov. Bobby Jindal says there’s no chance that he would sign into law any change in a tax exemption affecting natural gas drilling in Louisiana’s shale formations.

    Under a 1994 law, the energy industry has been exempted from paying about $220 million in gas severance taxes from production in the Haynesville Shale of northwestern Louisiana.

    The exemption covers a technique in shale exploration known as horizontal drilling.

    After speaking to the Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil & Gas Association in New Orleans on Thursday, Jindal says repealing or lowering the exemption would simply drive energy companies – and their jobs – to shale formations in other states.

  3. Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association

    “Chris John, President, has been on board since September of 2007. Chris is a former member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Louisiana 7th Congressional District, where he served the industry well by sitting on the House Energy and Commerce Committee.”

    Annual Meeting: March 23-25, 2011

    921 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA. 70112

    “We are excited about our great line-up of speakers for the 2011 annual meeting, including Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, American Petroleum Institute President Jack Gerard, President of Chevron North America Exploration and Production Co. Gary P. Luquette, Louisiana Department of Natural Resources Secretary Scott Angelle…”

    1. Spot on Ashton. Funny thing that in all our trash digging we kept running across that and an heirless estate that Wayne Crisap let Stevens and Company run that is buying up land in Fauberg Marnigy. Lots of money to follow with Nunny and Stevens.


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