Smart move on his part it seems but he still has to prove himself over time. He’s never had a long tenured job which scares me a little. I know executives move from job to job quite a bit but still I’d like to see he performance in a position over a longer period of time.
It’s what he does on those jobs that counts. He is an efficiency genius who instinctively knows how to streamline things down to the bare bones while providing more services in return. He is solutions/results oriented.
No Conservative can possibly scare you as much as Obama will.
Ye gods, man. Jindal has been a smashing success at every job he has taken on (and they are many and well documented). His track record is superior to pretty much every candidate who has run for public office since Eisenhower. I certainly can’t think of any president or presidential candidate in the intervening years. LBJ had a lot more power, but his entire career was in the Congress—with none of the executive experience that Jindal already has.