Thursday, September 10, 2015

I'll Be A Big Noise, With All The Big Boys

Piyush "Bobby" Jindal nips adorably at Donald Trumps ankles: succeeds in momentarily reminding American that he exists and that he will never, ever, ever be the Republican nominee for President.
Rival unloads on 'egomaniacal madman' Donald Trump, says he hasn't read the Bible 'because he's not in it'

Presidential candidate and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) unleashed an increasingly searing series of Donald Trump burns during a speech on Thursday.

Jindal, lagging in the polls, has gone out of his way to bash Trump in recent days. On Wednesday, his campaign compared Trump to actor Charlie Sheen, for example, and Jindal has previously peppered a speech with Trump references in order to taunt the media into giving it coverage.

But Jindal took things to the next level on Thursday when he gave a speech before the National Press Club in Washington.
This popcorn is delicious.

And now, Mr. Donald Draper will sum up the "contest" between Jindal and Trump in seven words:

Update:  Commentor John Taylor awaits "....the Donald's crude, boorish slap down of Jindal. This is like watching a train wreck."

I must disagree.

This is more like watching a Decepticon kick a baby duck through a box fan.


bowtiejack said...

There's something odd about the number of governors in the GOP Clown Car who have, uh, likeability problems back home - Piyush, Christie, Scott Walker, Perry. If the people who know you best won't vote for you . . .?

John Taylor said...

Can't wait for the Donald's crude, boorish slap down of Jindal. This is like watching a train wreck.

Anonymous said...

He Responded "He did not make the debate stage and therefore I have never met him. I only respond to people that register more than 1% in the polls. I never though he had a chance and I've been proven right"

dinthebeast said...

When Jindal blamed the high teen pregnancy and STI rate in his state on Planned Parenthood, he was almost right (while remaining literally as wrong as it is possible to be):
Were there more than two PP clinics in the whole state, those numbers would definitely be lower. So the dearth of PP in Louisiana is definitely a factor. Not their presence, as he lied, I mean asserted, but the criminally small number of clinics trying to serve an entire state. Perhaps he thinks that pregnant teen aged girls with STIs are a good thing? Does it say that in the Bible somewhere?

-Doug in Oakland

John said...

Ah, Bobby Jindal. One more reason (of many) for me to be embarrassed for being a Roman Catholic.

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