Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Is Bobby Jindal our man in 2012

I don't want to get overly hopeful, but there is a chance that the Republican Party might be choosing from among several good choices in the 2012 primary and the one that stands out in my mind is Bobby Jindal.
I saw him Sunday on "Meet the press" and I thought he was outstanding.
But did anyone else notice that when a liberal appears on "Meet the Press", it's a lovefest. But when a conservative appears on "Meet the Press", it's an assault. David Gregory had all his little quotes lined up this morning, but the plan failed because Bobby Jindal has four times the brainpower of the hapless leftist birdbrain, David Gregory, who was taken apart this morning, and left in pieces on the floor.
I predict an assault on Jindal from the left that will make the assault on sarah palin seem mild.
President or should I say Comrade Obama will not allow anyone to challenge him in 2012. Any potential candidate will be trashed and destroyed by the Obama Brown Shirts.

Lets just hope that by the time 20012 comes around, we still have elections.


  1. I just can't bring myself to watch ''Meet the Depressed''

  2. Jindal would be great. He was nervous in his rebuttal speech last night, but I think he will bounce back from that quickly. The message was fantastic.

    Yes, let's hope that ACORN hasn't taken over by 2012 and we still have free and fair elections.

  3. Just watch the media. They'll say that he doesn't have enough experience. Yet, their Savior is just learning the ropes of government. Scary? Heck yeah!

  4. i'll repeat - i like jindal - - but his speech last night was less than exciting for me. simply calling the current schemes irresponsible ain't gonna cut it.........

  5. I really like Jindal. He'll be a force to reckon with come 2012. His delivery last night on the rebuttal wasn't his best, even though the message was dead on. However, I don’t believe that will hurt him. He’s turned Louisiana around and is a true Conservative that has a good sound message and is living his values, just like Palin.

  6. He will have to show me A LOT MORE before I rank him above Palin!

  7. Bobby Jindahl looked so bad the other night. The democrats won't have to lift a finger to win, he is destroying himself already. and he might not recover as the GOP desperately needs him to.
    Good luck with that.

  8. Bobby will recover. And will lead the Republican Party.

  9. With all due respect, I don't agree with you ..
    More importantly we the Republican party better start thinking about 2012. Because Bobby Jindal did not impress me at all.
    What the Hell were the Republicans thinking? I am simply astonished at their complete stupidity. They bring up Katrina which certainly emphasized Republican Governmental incompetence and tell us they the best way to get through the current emergency (economic crisis) is to have a repeat performance of their Katrina response. The American people can do anything - rejecting the GOP platforms included. Now that there economic message is falling on deaf ears they will move to the "moral" issues. Anti-abortion and and anti-gay agenda moves to the forefront. I bet we see a duel Governor ticket of Sanders and Palin or Pawlenty and Palin from the GOP in 2012. Jindal is done. I expect the GOP will not let him back on the stage anytime soon. The majority of Republicans currently in office are a parody of themselves. They will attempt to purge the moderates in their party in the next three election cycles.
    So I think if they go with Jindal in 2010, we are in deep doo doo.
    Jindal and Steele are both self-serving tokens.
    They don't care that they've been chosen as the "New" face of the GOP because they are minorities, just as Palin didn't care that she'd been chosen because she's a woman.

  10. Hi Debbie
    I am so excited in thinking that he will be the next president.
    Being Indian ,I am already dreading the Indian jokes that will follow!!!
    But I will be involved in that campaign !

  11. "hapless leftist birdbrain". Aren't THEY all?! Hee, hee! And as for Jindal, he doesn't overly impress me. I really don't feel he's presidential material but I DO think he can do much to get the conservative--not Republican--message out, especially to people who've been brainwashed to believe that message isn't for them. I'll be watching him with crossed fingers.

  12. Hi Debbie~
    This will all be very interesting. I doubt that the 'slobbering love affair' (Goldberg) of the media w/ Obama will have worn off by then. They're going to want to 'make history' again by getting him re-elected. Makes me shudder for whoever is the next Republican candidate - regardless who it is.

    We have a lot of work to do, folks, or we'll be calling everybody 'comrade'. Heaven help us.

  13. Saw you at Marie's blog. Just dropping by to say hello!

  14. I say yes. He's got a lot of work to do between now and then, but I believe he's up to the challenge.

  15. Jindal's far more impressive than his lackluster rebuttal speech. Not sure if his delivery had anything to do with RNC handlers giving him bad advice, but he's usually stellar in interviews.