Fairly or unfairly she has been Quayled while Jindal is stepping up to the plate.
Whether Jindal decides to give it a go this time around is a question, but I think the advantage for the next conservative leader is clearly to Jindal right now. He has been more impressive than Sanford also...thus far.
Still way early though.
I really think Jindal will serve two terms in Louisiana.
The liberals wish to 'Quayle' her but nothing has stuck, and with good reason: She is who she seems to be.
Jindal, a liberal republican, cannot 'step up to the plate' because he has no idea where or what the 'plate' is.
I completely agree, unfortunately, as I had supported her completely. After the election, I wrote her a letter of thanks and support. I started to watch the interview with Greta, and had to turn it off. I am sure that very few agree with me, but I think that is was not the wisest choice. (granting the interview.)
Jindal has been impressive, but as POTUS he is not qualified as a natural born citizen. He may be a citizen but not a natural born citizen.
Even if you believe he is qualified, you risk division among conservatives because many will not believe him constitutionally qualified. Don’t go this route.
I like him a great deal but I would never vote for him.
So how do you expect the MSM to "Palin" Jindal? You know they're going to try...
She’s been Quayled by those who value fiscal conservatism more than social.
We shall see.