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To: sand88

if Jindal is not a conservative, then what about Romney?

Romney switched back and forth, flip flopped , changed his positions so many times during his political career, it is hard to see what exactly Romney stands for. He said whatever the audience wanted to hear. He showered Obama and Clinton with praises, then he is whining that those guys played dirty politics when Romney played the same dirty politics during the republican primary?

Romeny has to do what election losers generally do , he should slid away quietly from the stage and leave the playground to others.

46 posted on 11/14/2012 9:33:02 PM PST by GregH
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To: GregH
if Jindal is not a conservative, then what about Romney

Romney is what you said.

Jindal is not this wonderful Conservative that many think. He as done things here in LA that had Conservatives pull their hair out.

Two simple comparisons to Reagan. If you walked up to Jindal and asked him if Government was a necessary evil, he would cringe at the word evil

Reagan would not hesitate to say yes.

Two, Reagan was confident and bold when he outright fired the striking PATCO workers.

Jindal would be utterly incapable of taking such bold action. Jindal will NEVER be a leader that could turn this Republic back towards Liberty.

Jindal does not have the love of Liberty or reverence to our Constitution that Reagan internalized.

Jindal is wonderful at parroting many conservative lines, but that's it -- mostly talk. Remember, he got out of college and went straight into the vast government bureaucracy, as a wunderkind.

His first love is an activist government for so called good -- (hum, sounds like the Bushes).

53 posted on 11/14/2012 10:28:28 PM PST by sand88
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