Skip to comments.Jindal: Rick Perry Has Proven Track Record President Obama Lacks
Posted on 09/16/2011 11:57:32 PM PDT by Clairity
GOV. BOBBY JINDAL: I think James Carville got it right. There's one thing he got wrong. In that op- ed, he said that President Obama should fire a bunch of people. The person who needs to be fired is President Obama. It starts at the top. They've got so many left-wing radicals in the White House. Sean, you've said it early and you were you right, he's the most liberal president we've ever elected. The reality is, this election is as important as the 1980 election between President Reagan and President Carter, that's how important is to make sure that President Obama is a one-term president.
JINDAL: ... And the reality is, you couldn't have a more clear choice. ... And let's be very clear what this election is going to be about. President Obama has got a very, very liberal aggressive radical agenda. They will try to veer towards the center they'll try to dress up. But let's be very clear. He wants to grow government. He wants to spend your children's and grandchildren's money. He wants to borrow more money from China. He wants to raise our taxes. Every one of the Republican candidates understands that's a recipe for disaster.
I'm supporting Rick Perry because he has consistently stood against these regulations, against these taxes, against government spending and most importantly, he's got a proven track record. In Texas they've created nearly a million jobs.
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Can Jindal be elected for VP?
Jindal could be VP, he is eligible. But he said he didn’t want the position.
Let’s just get Perry as the GOP nominee, we’ll cross the bridge of his VP later. :)
Obama has a proven track record. But he won’t run on it.
born June 10, 1971 in Baton Rouge, LA (Meets the Jus Soli Requirement)
Amar Jindal born in India, naturalized Dec. 4, 1986
Raj Jindal born in India, naturalized Sept 21, 1976.
Parents were NOT US Citizens at the time of his birth (Does NOT meet the Jus Sanguinis Requirement)
Bobby Jindal is NOT a NATURAL BORN CITIZEN.
Bobby's status is the same as that of Barry Soetoro, aka Barack Hussein Obama, who is NOT a Natural Born Citizen.
Under the much weakened modern judicial requirements for deeming somebody a “natural born citizen” of the USA, Jindal’s mere birth in the USA would almost certainly count, if he chose to run (which he appears to be disinclined to). Nobody has conclusively proven that Barack Obama was even born in the USA.
Perry does have a pretty good record, and I think he should focus not just on spending issues, but on the whole goal of Obama and the gang, which is to create a huge government that gets into and controls every aspect of the life of the individual citizen. We've never had this before (although "progressives" have always wanted it) and I think most Americans are just beginning to wake up to the fact that this is what Obama wants to impose on us.
I think the winning candidate will be the one who attacks the Marxist vision of an economy and society run by an all-knowing, all-powerful central government (which naturally is going to be hugely expensive and take all of our money as well) and offers an alternative that restores the private sphere, both in our lives and in our economy.
I think Perry understands that demographic. Can't hurt to recognize them and understand they are not here to be on welfare.
The Jewish population is just over 5 million to compare.
I don't like identity politics, and Perry hasn't used that, but the Indian population is there for the taking.
I remember last election I was discussing the election with an Indian customer and he was genuinely torn on who to vote for because he was new to the whole American system. Just an interesting point.
Of the declared candidates, Perry leads for several reasons:
Perry has a record as a mostly conservative leader holding political office.
Romney cannot attack Obamacare and has no demonstrated conservative accomplishments.
Bachmann and Santorum have no demonstrated leadership accomplishments.
Cain is a great leader, but no political experience.
Gingrich has too much baggage.
Ron Paul attacks Republicans more than he attacks Obama.
Huntsman is just a liberal media darling.
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That was an excellent summary about the GOP candidates.
That is why Perry has the best chance, an excellent chance, actually, to beat Obama.
Yes... He was born in America..
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