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    So why not Bobby Jindal for V.P.?

    So why not Bobby Jindal for V.P.?

    Other than the fact that George Will thinks he’s a good default pick?

    I’ve always liked Jindal, but admittedly I don’t follow his day-to-day actions in Louisiana that carefully.

    He did a good job on the BP spill, doesn’t have any known personal problems, has experience as a Governor and Congressman, and passes the competency test.

    And I still like this video, which I first posted on November 18, 2008, when I picked him for 2012.  I just didn’t say what I was picking him for:

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      PolitiJim in reply to Pat in Shreveport. | June 27, 2012 at 3:33 pm

      Pat you are dead in. I have business associates and friends that have bore the brunt of a LOT of corruption in the Jindal mansion. He’s not John Corzine for sure. But the fact he had absolutely NO charisma or speaking “mogjo” when he gave his failed GOP rebuttal is enough to stop right there.

      Jindal has to communicate well enough to win over NON-CONSERVATIVES, which is a plus for Rubio were he not ineligible.


     
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    Hepcat | June 27, 2012 at 5:34 pm

    A Mormon with a VP who’s a creationist. The left’s collective mouths will be foaming.


     
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    BannedbytheGuardian | June 27, 2012 at 8:21 pm

    This ‘natural born ‘ thing is tedious. Obviously Obama does not have 2 American parents & he has not been removed.

    In fact it was seen as a bonus by the american people.

    He doesn’t have a particularly pressing need to be VP. If Obama wins, Jindal will conveniently leave office with a full year to campaign for president. If Romney wins, he’ll still be young enough to run in 2020, and perhaps with a cabinet post adding to his resume.

    Yes, some people will continue to judge him by one speech in 2009. These people are what’s wrong with the electorate, and must be marginalized by asking “What about his positions? What about his accomplishments? Why are you ignoring those?”


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