Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal: GOP must stop being 'stupid party'

  • Article by: STEVE PEOPLES and KEN THOMAS , Associated Press
  • Updated: January 24, 2013 - 8:45 PM
  • 64
  • Comments

  • Results per page:
sanddogsnarlJan. 24, 1312:40 PM

A high profile GOP'er who says they should change just about everything....

How long then before Jindal gets run out of the party?

70
1
NoMasBSJan. 24, 1312:49 PM

Hmmm... and I heard that they were going to double down on their stupidity? I guess this guy will be out soon. Here's some free advice for them. Worry more about Americans and less about personal wealth and what Americans are doing behind closed doors.

63
1
member11Jan. 24, 1312:49 PM

Well duh.....thanks for being a rare voice of reason from the right Bobby. Now prepare to be branded a RINO..

59
3
avejoeconJan. 24, 13 1:03 PM

Worry more about Americans and less about personal wealth and what Americans are doing behind closed doors.-------You mean like dictating what they can eat, How much pop they can drink, what they smoke, When they have to use condoms, what lightbulbs they have to use, what cars they have to drive. That type of thing??? And, BTW, the only party worried about how much weath someone works for is the Demcorats.

10
76
blackmanrepJan. 24, 13 1:21 PM

How long before this guy gets put in his place by his old puppet masters? It is sad when these sell-outs truly start to believe that they hold some weight in the Republican Party. He will get a wake call soon.

46
5
snarfleberryJan. 24, 13 1:22 PM

Gov. Jindal? Your "timeless conservative values" are an abject, verifiable and dismal failure. Wanna try that again?

45
7
arielbenderJan. 24, 13 1:29 PM

sanddogsnarlJan. 24, 1312:40 PM A high profile GOP'er who says they should change just about everything.... How long then before Jindal gets run out of the party?______________Check out the comments at the rightie blogs...its already happening. Make no mistake..what's left of the GOP wants to double down on ignorance. They've gone completely off the ledge.

63
5
arielbenderJan. 24, 13 1:31 PM

avejoeconJan. 24, 13 1:03 PM Worry more about Americans and less about personal wealth and what Americans are doing behind closed doors.-------You mean like dictating what they can eat, How much pop they can drink, what they smoke, When they have to use condoms, what lightbulbs they have to use, what cars they have to drive. That type of thing??? And, BTW, the only party worried about how much weath someone works for is the Demcorats_____________-Joe, weren't you just over at the state fair smoking story applauding the smoking ban?

51
3
Packman_1Jan. 24, 13 1:46 PM

Jindal missed the most important point. Americans just rejected the GOP message of governing for the 1% and trying to turn the country into am evangelical theocracy. The GOP leadership has come to realize the only way they win the White House is to rig the next election either thorough voter suppression or changing state rules on the electoral college. If they need to rely on their message, they lose every time.

53
6
mtkamacJan. 24, 13 1:49 PM

"don't need to change our values" - they just have to change their approach? Sounds like slopping lipstick on a pig.... Their values, things like discriminating against gays, saying you want smaller government, but pushing for constitutional ammendents to outlaw everything you don't personally agree with, make the poor pay higher taxes, while giving money and subsidies to the wealthy and successful businesses, - these are the values of the GOP - this is the base of what's wrong - putting lipstick on discrimination doesn't make it something else - it's still a pig.

62
7

Comment on this story   |  

ADVERTISEMENT

Connect with twitterConnect with facebookConnect with Google+Connect with PinterestConnect with PinterestConnect with RssfeedConnect with email newsletters

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT