Governor Jindal of Louisiana is back in the news again. This time it’s for taking helicopters to church paid for by tax-payers dollars. So much for separation between church and politics, critics declare.
GOP Governor Bobby Jindal of Louisiana could find himself under possible fire in the near future in regards to the Katrina story in the GOP rebuttal to United States President Barack Obama’s Address to Congress.
Bobby Jindal made his foray for Republicans, but he may have unwittingly helped Obama this week. For one thing his speech delivery was soundly criticized left and right. For another thing, he was very wrong about volcano science.
Governor Bobby Jindal of Louisiana is touted as a rising star in the Republican Party. His selection to give the GOP response to President Obama’s address to the Joint Congress Tuesday night was suppose to be Jindal’s coming out party.
Harsh criticism from Democrats and Republicans alike following Governor Jindal's televised response to President Obama's speech to Congress on Tuesday highlight the need for fresh ideas and better leadership within the GOP.
In giving the Republican rebuttal speech last night, Bobby Jindal looked like a student in a speech class hoping to pass his first assignment. He was wooden, cautious, and somewhat crass, putting a bad face on Louisiana.
David Gregory met with Bobby Jindal, Governor of Louisiana, and Charlie Crist, Governor of Florida, and revealed clearly how much these Republicans differ on the stimulus plan recently passed by Congress.
Obama will face the loyal opposition’s rebuttal to his first speech to Congress. Bobby Jindal, Governor of Louisiana, is the man chosen by Republicans to provide the response to both houses of Congress on February 24.