Monday, February 23, 2009
# Posted 3:35 PM by Ariel David Adesnik
To be fair, I don't know enough about the specific issues being addressed to say whether Jindal's points are objectively valid. But his style is clearly different from many prominent Republicans and similar to to some of the most prominent Democrats. It will be very interesting to see how Jindal's style plays on a national stage, although I don't expect to have that chance before 2015 or 2016. But I would expect all those conservative columnists who condemned Sarah Palin as lacking substance to fall in love Jindal the same way that liberal columnists fell in love with Obama.
Cross-posted on Conventional Folly (1) opinions -- Add your opinion
check out Monday's daily show. IDK if it is true, but JS claims that for all Jindal's talk against accepting money from the stimulus package (and general negativity towards the package) he is take 3.7 of the 3.8 billion the Feds are offering. Is that true? If so, lo yafeh.Post a Comment