What does he know, and is he gonna squeal on anyone?Interesting that he uses the phrase, "cover-up." That's the sort of thing that makes bosses and bosses of bosses nervous in these situations.
Those questions will be all the more pointed when an indictment is handed up against a public official. In the case of Bruce Greenstein, who allegedly perjured himself nine times during and after a relatively brief stint as Gov. Bobby Jindal’s Health Department secretary, we have the prosecution’s word for it that there is more to come.
“We are continuing our investigation into other aspects of the case,” Attorney General Buddy Caldwell’s son and assistant, David, said last week. “These lies are part of the cover-up of the whole process.”
Speaking of the boss,
Jindal finished fifth in the Value Voters Summit presidential straw poll, garnering around seven percent of the vote. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz finished first (25 percent), followed by neurosurgeon Ben Carson (13 percent), former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (12 percent) and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum (10 percent).