Thursday, February 26, 2009

Bobby Jindal's learning experience.



Tuesday night I watched about fifteen minutes of Obama lying through his teeth. I couldn't watch his full speech to congress, because I probably would have become ill in disgust. I only tuned into to watch parts of little Barry's speech, because I didn't want to miss Governor Jindal's response. Eventually Obama finally finished. I felt almost blessed just knowing that he finally stopped talking. After that torture was over, the so called political experts preceeded to kiss Obama's rear end on his speech. The speech was really nothing to write home about. The only noticeable difference in the speech was how he tried to channel the optimism of Ronald Reagan in his delivery. I guess his handlers told little Barry that he was depressing the hell out of people with his doom and gloom rhetoric. After about five minutes of Obama butt kissing by the pundits, Governor Jindal made his way to the mic and delivered the Republican response.
Governor Jindal covered several topics during his speech. Some people said that he was too optimistic. Can a person be too optimistic? I thought he established a good tone. The few negatives I saw came in the delivery of the speech. Bobby Jindal is an extremely smart and educated person. He's very articulate and extremely analytical. In many ways be reminds me of a younger more dynamic Newt Gingrich. I have a strong feeling that the "powers that be" told Jindal to "dumb down" his response. He may have dumbed it down a little too much. Obama is the master of reading off teleprompters. I can't deny it or dispute that. The teleprompter is his friend and his element. When Obama is engaged in real time response to questions that aren't given too him ahead of time, he pauses a long while and stutters his way through questions. In many ways Obama sounds like Bush. Bobby Jindal is the opposite clearly. He's a real time reactionary thinker. Watch the video of Jindal on the Today show the day after his speech. You'll notice that it's like listening to two completely different people. Some so called conservatives are saying that he didn't have his best showing Tuesday night. In question to Jindal's delivery of his speech, that point could be debated. I believe people are completely overlooking the content of what he said. I don't believe Jindal's performance will damage him in the long run. Bill Clinton is heralded as being one of the best speech givers in modern political history, but he gave one of the worst campaign speeches in political history back in 92 when he was running for President. Most people know that I'm a top supporter of a Jindal run in 2012. I read from a teleprompter a long time ago. It was extremely odd and uncomfortable. It's very hard to display the proper emotions and facial expression while giving a canned speech. I can give a 30 minute speech easily in real time with nothing memorized or written down. Former President Ronald Reagan wasn't a great speech giver just for the sake of it. He was called the "great communicator, because he was able to articulate the message of conservatism to the average person. Jindal should just be himself going forward. When a person tries to "act" differently then their true nature, it rarely comes off in a good fashion. Jindal is the perfect contrast to Obama in every way. I don't expect the neoconservative crowd to embrace Jindal. Their ideal candidates are people like Governor Charlie Crist of Florida and Governor Paul Pawlenty of Minnesota. That's why I wasn't surprised that the neoconservative crowd pulled their knives out on Jindal. It won't work though. The inside the beltway crowd need to face reality. True conservatives will back candidates that share their views. As long as Jindal stays true to himself, he'll be just fine from here on out.



part 2




Now listen to how Jindal interacts in an interview on the Today show the following day.


15 Comments:

Blogger danhat said...

Funny how we conservatives keep hearing how the era of Reagan is dead and over yet, who do they keep comparing Nobama too? And who does Nobama try to sound like?

So Nobama tries to talk somewhat like a conservative but everything he pushes is pure Socialism.

I hope the people who voted for him wake up soon, before we become the USSA -United Socialists States of America.

Jindal and Palin 2012?

1:50 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"I have a strong feeling that the "powers that be" told Jindal to "dumb down" his response."

I've watched Jindal for better than year now, and it's funny that you mention "the powers that be."
I think the other night was Jindal's personifying moment. This clearly exposed who, and what he really is... "a right-wing puppet"! (he kinda' looks like one too..lol)

When I look at this guy I don't see the proverbial empty suit. What I see is the epigram of a "stuffed suit"! He's no more than a Republican shell, stuffed with right-wing filling...

Even more proof comes directly from de-facto RNC chairman Rush Limbaugh who recently threatened all Republicans who were critical of Jindal's response speech.

Normally a little criticism from your own party or constituency would be considered "constructive." The Bush years should be a prime example of criticizing your own when things don't go the way you might like.

During the last presidential campaign, McCain was constantly being badgered over being "to soft" and not assertive enough. He responded by taking the rhetoric up a notch or two.

"Normally", that's what politicians do in response to constituencies, pundits or other politicians. Typically Limbaugh never criticizes Republicans. Yet, the overseer issued an edict to Republicans "not to ever here it from them again!"

We all know that Limbaugh wields a lot of command over conservative voters. So why is Limbaugh so protective of Jindal? The answer is that Jindal is Limbaugh's bought, bred and trained "horse in the race"! For what ever reason (please ask me so I can tell you..) Limbaugh believes Jindal is "the answer" to Barak Obama.

Taking a close look at Jindals background it's easy to see "what, why and where" he is. Much like Palin, it's beginning to become apparent that Jindal is no more than another conservative "stuffed rag doll."

2:45 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

danhat Funny how we conservatives keep hearing how the era of Reagan is dead and over yet, who do they keep comparing Nobama too? And who does Nobama try to sound like?"

He tries to sound like two Lincoln and Reagan. The intellectual brain drain collective that pretend to be true conservatives don't get it, and I know they never will danhat.

danhat "So Nobama tries to talk somewhat like a conservative but everything he pushes is pure Socialism."

Becasue Obama knows he can't expose his true nature as a neo Marxist that hates the constitution and loathes wealth creation. Liberals are Trojans. They will tell the masses one thing and govern another. If Obama campaigned on a promise to spend over $3.7 trillion dollars and counting within 34 days, no body in hell would he have won.

danhat "I hope the people who voted for him wake up soon, before we become the USSA -United Socialists States of America.indal and Palin 2012?"

LOL,people are starting to realize the error of their ways back in November danhat. People are ticked over Obama's mortgage ballout plan.I've been talking to kooky libs over the last few weeks. They are truly living in la la land. These people are so clueless. They actually believe Obama will win in 2012 based on what Republican wins the nomination. They haven't even processed that people vote on issues, and Obama has to defend HIS economy. People vote with their wallets, and right now those wallets are kind of dusty at best. These fools still can't come to grips on how Carter lost so badly to Reagan. They'll figure it out in 2012 the hard way danhat.

3:48 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

P Allen "I've watched Jindal for better than year now, and it's funny that you mention "the powers that be."
I think the other night was Jindal's personifying moment. This clearly exposed who, and what he really is... "a right-wing puppet"! (he kinda' looks like one too..lol)"

Right wing puppet allen?lol You don't know when you're off the cliff silly man. Let's start with you're claim that Jindal is a puppet. Bobby Jindal surpasses Obama on ever level educational and experience wise. Here's Jindals background

He attended public school at Baton Rouge Magnet High School.

Following high school, Jindal attended Brown University, graduating with honors in biology and public policy

He had thought of a career in medicine or law and was accepted by Harvard Medical School and Yale Law School but he chose to pursue a political career.

He received a master's degree in political science from New College, Oxford, as a Rhodes Scholar.

After Oxford, he joined McKinsey & Company, a consulting firm, where he advised Fortune 500 companies.

Puppet allen? The people that insult this man's don't have the intellectual equivalent to speak in anyway remotely speak negative about Jindal.

3:58 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

What exactly does a right wing puppet look like allen? You liberals hate it when people use stereotypes in describing people right? If people say Obama look like a typical left wing kook, they would be called racists and bigots lol

P Allen "Even more proof comes directly from de-facto RNC chairman Rush Limbaugh who recently threatened all Republicans who were critical of Jindal's response speech."

Limbaugh and Jindal are about conservatism. Time for you're daily reality check allen. If Limbaugh was the "de-facto" leader of the RNC like you say, why does Limbaugh attack Republican liberals and moderates and neoconservatives? They are all registered Republicans right allen? Don't let the rattling noise in you're brain distract you from realizing you stepped into quicksand.

Jindal understands how the private sector works. Obama understands Community Activism. If Obama was engaged in a debate on economics right now against Jindal, Jindal would be speaking five levels above Obama's comprehension limit easily. As I said before, Bobby Jindal is a BRAIN not a robotic speech giver. Obama is the pausing stuttering empty suit controlled by George Sorros. Obama had no experience in anything and became President based on what again besides the color of his skin and $700 million dollars?

P Allen "Normally a little criticism from your own party or constituency would be considered "constructive." The Bush years should be a prime example of criticizing your own when things don't go the way you might like."

You need to recheck my archives allen. I been criticizing the Republican Party for selling out conservatism. I've done videos explain precisely how they lost in 2006 and 2008. You're a little late for class there allen.

p allen "We all know that Limbaugh wields a lot of command over conservative voters. So why is Limbaugh so protective of Jindal? The answer is that Jindal is Limbaugh's bought, bred and trained "horse in the race"! For what ever reason (please ask me so I can tell you..) Limbaugh believes Jindal is "the answer" to Barak Obama."

Hate to break you're comforting stereotype allen, but all conservatives don't listen or like Limbaugh. Rush is influential yes, but he's not the leader? Conservatism existed long before Limbaugh broad casted his first show allen. I like and listen to Rush, but I prefer Tom Marr and Mark Levin more. I do think it's hysterical that a so called President would tell politicians of a party not to listen to a certain person on the radio. Talk about insecure.lol

p allen "During the last presidential campaign, McCain was constantly being badgered over being "to soft" and not assertive enough. He responded by taking the rhetoric up a notch or two."

True conservatives prefer attack dogs not mutts. Then again, liberals love mutts and are in love with one now;-)
Seriously though, McCain didn't have any respect among the conservative base. I remember when liberals were crying to McCain for him to denounce Bill Cunningham for dare mentioning Obama's middle name.lol McCain did denounce him too. Jindal would have been better off going for Obama's throat instead of trying to be really nice in an effort not to "offend". Obama still doesn't have a problem going after Bush even too this day, yet Republicans have this phobia about being aggressive against Obama. That's pitiful.


P Allen "Taking a close look at Jindals background it's easy to see "what, why and where" he is. Much like Palin, it's beginning to become apparent that Jindal is no more than another conservative "stuffed rag doll.""

Comparing the backgrounds of Jindal and Obama. Who's background is more impressive allen? You can deny it all you want. Jindal's background and accomplishments eclipses Obama that many times over period. If Jindal does run for President, he would be an actual "qualified" candidate for the job. Dare try and prove me wrong on that.

P Allen "We all know that Limbaugh wields a lot of command over conservative voters. So why is Limbaugh so protective of Jindal? The answer is that Jindal is Limbaugh's bought, bred and trained "horse in the race"! For what ever reason (please ask me so I can tell you..) Limbaugh believes Jindal is "the answer" to Barak Obama."

Limbaugh isn't protective over Jindal. He does realize the obvious talent and potential of Gov Jindal though. He also understands when criticism is warranted and when it isn't. I will give liberals credit for one thing allen. They rarely throw their own overboard when they make a mistake. It comes down to loyalty I guess. Jindal didn't say anything wrong in his speech, it was the perception of how it was delivered.When Jindal stared talking about the economy, he was doing great. It was the very beginning that was the rough part. As for Palin, most of the attacks on her are based on anonymous rumors. They're isn't a fundamental flaw in either person. It's merely the perception that liberals are trying to lay. Forget about Limbaugh suppositely being protective of Jindal or Palin. I would think that liberals would praise Palin or Jindal. If they think these two are so weak, they should be pumping them up in order for them to run. Wouldn't it make Obama's job easier running against a weak opponent in 2012 allen? The more the venom comes out against these two, the more I know they are a threat to the cult of change period.

4:47 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"Bobby Jindal surpasses Obama on ever level educational and experience wise."

Who said anything about "education"??? Hell, G.W. Bush barely finished high school, fluffed his way through college, and it didn't impeded his political aspirations. Even your "God" Ronald Reagan went no further than a B.A. from Eureka College. A good education does not necessarily make a "good politician".

I'm also surprised that you would mention "experience" when Jindal is 10 years younger than Obama. By the time Jindal was elected to the U.S. House, Obama had been twice elected to the Illinois Senate. And at the same time Jindal entered the House, Obama was elected to the U.S. Senate.

CB;"What exactly does a right wing puppet look like allen?"

Like this!

Face it Tyrone, even those in "your own" political party (you know, the party you vote for but don't claim) were critical of Jindals showing. They know he's being propped-up by the "Rush Limbaugh" wing of the party. Jindal is a patsy... politically, he's Palin minus the lipstick!

CB;"Limbaugh and Jindal are about conservatism.

Reality check Tyrone! Limbaugh is about conservatism. Jindal is a conservative "lap-dog" and a political opportunist. He thinks he's towing the conservative line by talking in "Reagan-esque" terms, when all the while he's being told what to do, and say!

Case in point is his recent claims that he was "contemplating" not accepting the federal stimulus. Lo' and behold, he accepts $3.7 billion. But for some "untold and nonsensical" reason, rejects $98 million (by comparison a paltry sum) for unemployment benefits. Even New Orleans business owners are asking, "what gives?"

I seem to remember that he had to be threatened by a recall before he would stop a Louisiana legislator pay increase, after he promised the legislature he would stay out of the matter. Even conservative guru C.B. Forgotston said Jindal was playing the opportunist game.

The problem is he doesn't come off as being stylistic, self assured or an independent thinker. CNN interviews GOP insiders who question Jindals worth.

This was Jindals opportunity to cement his place as the "conservative answer" to Barak Obama. If the old adage holds any truth... "You'll never get a second chance to make a good first impression."

8:37 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"Limbaugh isn't protective over Jindal. He does realize the obvious talent and potential of Gov Jindal though."

Puh-leeezzzee! Here's what Limbaugh said. (this is the part that stands out...you can find the rest of his rant on the web)

"Because if you think people on our side, I’m talking to you, those of you who think Jindal was horrible, in fact, I don’t want to hear from you ever again if you think that what Bobby Jindal said was bad"

He wasn't talking to Liberals or Democrats who might have responded to Jindals debut flop. He was talking to "Conservatives and Republicans"!!! He's telling his own people not to criticize...DUH! ...HIS OWN PEOPLE! If thats not protecting, you don't know what protecting is!

On the other hand, Limbaugh's rant put's me in the mind of Chris Cokers "Leave Britany Alone" video. "Leave Bobby Alone"!!!lol

CB;"Wouldn't it make Obama's job easier running against a weak opponent in 2012 allen?"

Add Alan Keyes and you've got a loser trifecta!

9:12 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Looks like Jindal has a "Hillary Bosnia" moment! No bullet dodging this time though....

Jindal Admits the "Katrina" story he told during his flubbed debut was FABRICATED!

Political opportunist? Exorcist? Liar? Patsy? Or just a plain ole' DUD... The more I hear and read about this guy, the more he becomes a joke!!!

12:06 AM  
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10:09 AM  
Anonymous Chilerkle said...

Another I must mention about Jindal is he doesn't have shady friends or associates as far as I know. Obama is friends with self-avowed haters of America.

12:13 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

p allen "Who said anything about "education"??? Hell, G.W. Bush barely finished high school, fluffed his way through college, and it didn't impeded his political aspirations. Even your "God" Ronald Reagan went no further than a B.A. from Eureka College. A good education does not necessarily make a "good politician"."

Obama worshipers are the ones that keep telling us that Obama is the "most educated President in history" allen. They are the ones telling us that his "
I.Q" is off the charts, yet nobody still knows what it is. So It's ok to play up Obama's education, but it's not an issue with Jindal's?lol Then again I do remember stating that Jindal's educational background surpasses Obama also.

p allen "I'm also surprised that you would mention "experience" when Jindal is 10 years younger than Obama. By the time Jindal was elected to the U.S. House, Obama had been twice elected to the Illinois Senate. And at the same time Jindal entered the House, Obama was elected to the U.S. Senate."

Please tell me you are not trying to place a State Senate seat on the same level of importance and prestige as a Congressional Seat allen. Keep trying to put lipstick on the Obama pick. Jindal has him trumped in many different aspects.

p allen "Face it Tyrone, even those in "your own" political party (you know, the party you vote for but don't claim) were critical of Jindals showing. They know he's being propped-up by the "Rush Limbaugh" wing of the party. Jindal is a patsy... politically, he's Palin minus the lipstick!"

You really are that naive allen. Do you belive that everybody in a certain political party embraces a certain candidate? They're were many REPUBLICANS that couldnt' stand Ronald Reagan or Barry Goldwater. Look how many Republicans couldn't stand George Bush or John McCain. You're not saying anything new allen. You think everybody in the Democrat Party embraces Barack Obama? Even with Jindal's not so stellar performance, he still came in 2nd in CPAC'S straw poll yesterday.

p allen "Puh-leeezzzee! Here's what Limbaugh said. (this is the part that stands out...you can find the rest of his rant on the web)"Because if you think people on our side, I’m talking to you, those of you who think Jindal was horrible, in fact, I don’t want to hear from you ever again if you think that what Bobby Jindal said was bad"

Limbaugh is absolutely right.I wouldn't except you to figure it out allen, You said that Rush is the de-facto leader of the Republican Party. Did you notice that Rush was brutally attacking John McCain during the campaign. Why did the de-facto leader of the Republican party attack the Republican candidate for President so badly allen? Think about that for a moment. Here's the answer the best I can explain it. McCain wasn't a conservative. It doesn't have anything to do with being a Republican to Rush. The Republican Party is the vessel in which to deliver the conservative message. Rush likes Jindal, because he knows that Jindal is a TRUE conservative. Like I said before, Rush loves conservatives and can't stand moderates and liberal Republicans. Rush is more interested in people that will deliver the conservative message more so then "how it is said". Rush didn't want to hear from so called conservatives that believed in the packing of Jindal more so then the content of Jindal. It's really that simple allen. Now try and process what I just said.

p allen "Reality check Tyrone! Limbaugh is about conservatism. Jindal is a conservative "lap-dog" and a political opportunist. He thinks he's towing the conservative line by talking in "Reagan-esque" terms, when all the while he's being told what to do, and say!"

Many belive that Obama is a lapdog of Pelosi, Reid and Sorros allen. What do you say about that allen? Are you saying that Obama isn't a "political opportunist" allen"? Everything you say about Jindal can be boomer ranged right back at Obama allen. Look before you leap.

p allen "
Case in point is his recent claims that he was "contemplating" not accepting the federal stimulus. Lo' and behold, he accepts $3.7 billion. But for some "untold and nonsensical" reason, rejects $98 million (by comparison a paltry sum) for unemployment benefits. Even New Orleans business owners are asking, "what gives?" "

Talk about a no win situation. If Jindal didn't take the debtilus money, he would have been accused of being a "racist" and not caring about the "poor black people" in New Orleans.

http://www.nola.com/news/index.ssf/2009/02/rep_james_clyburn_opposition_t.html

Now that he took the money, he is accused of being a hypocrite for not accepting all of it. You and Schummer seriously need to go jump in a lake allen.Creating programs that can't be funded once the debtilus money is gone doesn't make no sense at all. It also doesn't make sense to have to alter the Louisiana constitution in order to fulfill some of the strings attached to the acceptance of the borrowed federal money.

p allen "I seem to remember that he had to be threatened by a recall before he would stop a Louisiana legislator pay increase, after he promised the legislature he would stay out of the matter. Even conservative guru C.B. Forgotston said Jindal was playing the opportunist game"

Just because another conservative thinks one way or the other, I don't base my thoughts on how he or she thinks. I told you I'm not a subscriber to the "follow the flock" mindset like you allen. What C.B. Forgotston says is irrelevant to me. You acuse Jindal of being an "opportunist". You say that like it's a bad thing. All politicians are opportunists duh allen. Obama was a U.S Senator for 4 MONTHS before announcing he was running for President. Obama should go down in history as the greatest political opportunist in American History. Anything that Jindal does FAR PALES in comparison allen. If you can't acknowledge the opportunism of the guy you worship with insane loyalty, you have you're blinders on allen.

p allen "
The problem is he doesn't come off as being stylistic, self assured or an independent thinker. CNN interviews GOP insiders who question Jindals worth."

And more then likely these same "GOP insiders" hyped and promoted the "worth" of John McCain too. I bet these same "insiders" think the world of Charlie Crist and Paul Pawlenty. As I said before allen. it doesn't matter what some people think in the GOP or outside. Jindal became a Congressman and now a sitting Governor. He's worth has already been proven by his accomplishments. As I stated earlier, Jindal came in second in the CPAC straw poll of candidates conservatives want to see run in 2012. Why don't those "GOP insiders", have a talk with the people that actually win the elections for the GOP in the first place allen.

p allen "This was Jindals opportunity to cement his place as the "conservative answer" to Barak Obama. If the old adage holds any truth... "You'll never get a second chance to make a good first impression."


You still can't see the forest for the trees allen. A candidates value is based on their ideas. Limbaugh is known for being a die hard conservative. His popularity is based on him constantly communicating his core beliefs. To this day, some people still can't figure out why Sarah Palin was why more popular then John McCain. The answer is so obvious. She promotes her conservative ideology, the same goes for Jindal. This is something that has been left out about Jindal. Bobby Jindal ran as a conservative and became the governor of a solidly blue Democrat state. Nothing or nobody can stop Jindal from running in 2012. It all comes down to the will of the people. That also goes for Palin, Huckabee, Romney or whoever.A candidate should never have any "worth" just because party hacks and political insiders like them allen. That's something you really need to learn. People cast their votes based on the issues that concern them allen. You are basing Jindal's "worth" on a popularity contest. Elections are normally won by a candidate being able to secure his o her base and attracting independents. The people that fanatically worships Obama would never support or think kindly of Jindal in the first place. I've seen the vile comments on Youtube. Jindal could have given the speech of a lifetime, and die hard Obamaites would have still attacked Jindal based how he looks or something else trivial. The vetting of Jindal's "political worth" will be decided when or if he decides to run in the Republican primaries in 2012. It's about the people not the insiders.

12:17 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

p allen "Looks like Jindal has a "Hillary Bosnia" moment! No bullet dodging this time though...."

A politician told a fib allen? NOOOOO!!!! I'm SHOCKED!!!!!

When I brought up on my occasions about Obama telling the little white lie about his father liberating jews from Aschuwitz, you said nothing

When I brought up on my occasions about Obama telling the little white lie about his parents met during a Civil Rights march in Selma, you said nothing. His parents met in 1961 by the way.

What gives allen?

Obama LIED when he said he was going to take public financing funds for his campaign

Obama LIED when he said his father was a goat herder.His father was privileged and well educated. He worked for the Kenyan Government. That's even in Obama own book, "Dreams of my fater".

Obama LIED When he said the school he attended in Indonesia was a "CHRISTIAN" school. Obama needs to reread his own book lol

Obama LIED when he said he was going to pull all of the troops out of Iraq. He's still keeping over 50,000 in iraq with no date of departure.

Obama LIED when he said that any major legislation will be online for five days for people to see before it is signed. The debtilus bill was posted for only 24 hours.

Obama LIED when he said he wasn't a SOCIALIST during the campaign. All of his policys he has in acted and are pushing for are right in line with Socialism.

Obama LIED when he said that he only did legal work for ACORN. It was proven that he TAUGHT Acorn operatives.

I have a ton more of Obama's lies allen. So what are you trying to say allen? Jindal was wrong for what he did. Funny how I can easily admit the flaws of a person I support, but you don't have the guts to condemn Obama when he's wrong or lied. It comes down to character allen. You exposed yourself yet again as a "14k fraudulent hypocrite" allen. Wear the title well.People shouldn't lie, but people do it anyways. It's a human trait. Jindal isn't god,and I definitely know without a shadow of a doubt that obama isn't either.

12:50 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"Why don't those "GOP insiders", have a talk with the people that actually win the elections for the GOP in the first place allen"

They've tried for the past 4 years. Winning elections is something they haven't done lately, and won't be doing for a while.

They didn't listen during the 06' midterm election and it cost the GOP dearly. They didn't listen in the 08' presidential election, and it cost them the house, senate and the presidency. They obviously didn't listen when they put "Booby Jindal" up for the GOP presidential address response, which indicates that they still aren't listening....

2:41 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

p allen "CB;"Why don't those "GOP insiders", have a talk with the people that actually win the elections for the GOP in the first place allen"

They've tried for the past 4 years. Winning elections is something they haven't done lately, and won't be doing for a while.

They didn't listen during the 06' midterm election and it cost the GOP dearly. They didn't listen in the 08' presidential election, and it cost them the house, senate and the presidency. They obviously didn't listen when they put "Booby Jindal" up for the GOP presidential address response, which indicates that they still aren't listening...."

Your profanity of insanity is really starting to worry me allen. Let me explain to you YET AGAIN allen. Conservatism is what wins the Republicans elections. It has been PROVEN AND PROVEN AND PROVEN. These GOP insiders DON'T HAVE A CLUE on what it takes to win. These so called "experts" can't explain why Jindal won the Governor's race in a solidly blue state. These people AREN'T the smartest people in the room allen. It's retarded to think that the Republican Party can win back power by "EMULATING" the Democrat Party. Republicans have controlled the White House 5 ou 7 election cycles or 20 out of 28 years They controlled congress for 12 straight years. Republicans controlled most of the Governorships for ten years. They did it not by EMULATING liberalism. They won and maintained power by being a CONTRAST to it allen. These pseudo intellect don't have a clue and never will. The only thing Democrats had for them for 8 years was Bush this and Bush that. Bush is now gone. No more arch super villain Bush in which to rally the tin foil hat wearing liberal kooks against allen. All you can do allen is justify Democrats winning based on what Republicans do. The blame Bush card is starting to show some serious signs of wear allen.

4:09 PM  
Blogger Tom said...

Great call on Bobby Jindal's far better Today Show performance than his stiff, kid's show presenter persona in the reply.

His reply, as a speech, was fine in words written but terrible in delivery.

His today show answers were better, and far far better delivered.

(First time here; hope to come again)

9:46 PM  

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