November 19th, 2012
In this line from Bobby Jindal about Romney and last week’s “gifts” remark:
“Gov. Romney’s an honorable person that needs to be thanked for his many years of public service, but his campaign was largely about his biography and his experience,” he said. “And it’s a very impressive biography and very impressive set of experiences. But time and time again, biography and experience is not enough to win an election. You have to have a vision. You have to connect your policies to the aspirations of the American people. I don’t think the campaign did that, and as a result this became a contest between personalities. And you know what? Chicago won that.”
That “many years of public service” is so sarcastic you can practically hear Gruden’s “That’s awesome.”
He was brilliant on FNS this weekend, but Jindal needs to gain about 15 lbs. Plus the fact that he was probably studying while Rubio was listening to Tupac, Biggie and Snoop is (sadly) a strike against him.
For Romney is an honorable man; So are they all, all honorable men!
+1 for the Shakespeare/Julius Caeser reference.
It was either that or this is what I thought of when Jindal dropped a bomb on the Republican “Establishment”
Shakespeare or Attitude Era? Julius Caesar or Y2J’s epic mic work?
I don’t care what anyone says, that was a harder decision than it sounded.
Probably Jindal still has his gallbladder. I mean, as of five days ago, YOU are no longer so full of bile. : )