Jindal should be president. He sure is the smartest out there. Maybe he can figure out a way to make things in the U.S.A again.
posted on 06/26/2012 12:54:49 PM PDT
(Sunset all laws at 4 years.China is destroying U.S. ability to manufacture,makes everything)
Unfortunately BJ is one of those Republicans that Ann Colter refers to as ‘marble mouths’. He appears absolutely terrified in any verbal confrontation and probably lost his first shot at the governor's office because he stood looking like a deer in the headlights as the nauseating Buncko virtually accused him of being complicit in her son's death. Jindal literally sweats profusely when he has to face the cameras and make anything but a carefully scripted policy statement. His one TV appearance as the designated GOP answerer to Obama for a State of the Union address. Stiff, wooden, uncomfortable and unimpressive were all adjectives that could and were applied. In a debate he would be a disaster. It is unfortunate as, by swamp state standards, he is ethical and is definitely bright and industrious. Unfortunately in today's mediate saturated political culture he would be made to appear to be a tongue tied boob and comedian's straight man.
“Jindal should be president. He sure is the smartest out there.”
I totally and wholeheartedly agree. Jindal can fluently out-talk and out-think Obama fully loaded with his teleprompters.
I’ve never seen a brain work so fast as Jindal’s.
Rubio may have the charisma edge, but I am constantly amazed at Jindal’s intelligence and exuberant problem-solving. I actually think his talents would be wasted in the VP slot.
On the other hand, Linda Lingle, the previous republican governor of Hawaii, has elevated public speaking to the art of Demosthenes. She has admitted to training herself to never utter a ‘duh’ or ‘uh’ or other verbal stumblers - all sans telepromtpers.
posted on 06/26/2012 4:41:55 PM PDT
by A'elian' nation
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