Bobby Jindal’s Lucid Moment

“We must stop being the stupid party. It’s time for a new Republican party that talks like adults. It’s time for us to articulate our plans and visions for America in real terms. We had a number of Republicans damage the brand this year with offensive and bizarre comments. We’ve had enough of that. We must stop insulting the intelligence of voters. We need to trust the smarts of the American people. We have to stop dumbing down our ideas and stop reducing everything to mindless slogans and tag lines for 30-second ads. We must be willing to provide details in describing our views.”—Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal (R), in a speech to the Republican National Committee.

Good plan. Also, dump the religion. That ship has sailed, seriously.

9 thoughts on “Bobby Jindal’s Lucid Moment”

  1. Took them long enough to figure this out, but if FOX News is still going to have that neocon clown Karl Rove get the election results horribly wrong, then Jindal’s just running on fumes. Obama seems much more conservative in comparison to the panel of jokers that tried to run for the GOP nomination last year. I’m afraid the ideas of the Old Right and the first New Right aren’t coming back anytime soon and the religious right and the neoconservatives will still have a stronghold on the party.

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    1. “Obama seems much more conservative in comparison to the panel of jokers that tried to run for the GOP nomination last year.”

      – Very true. 🙂 🙂

      ” I’m afraid the ideas of the Old Right and the first New Right aren’t coming back anytime soon and the religious right and the neoconservatives will still have a stronghold on the party.”

      – I know, they seem completely unprepared to see reason.

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      1. It was written by someone else, for some other purpose. They really think that if they run someone nonwhite, just anyone, that person can beat the Democrats.

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