GOP establishment prodigy, Gov. Bobby Jindal, has a problem with Mitt Romney’s comments to donors on why he lost the election. Jindal, of course, is the GOP establishment’s second favorite child, after Marco Rubio.
Jindal responded to Romney’s recent comments that Obama won by giving “gifts” to minorities and young voters with the following namby-pamby gibberish:
“We have got to stop dividing the American voters?” Who is the “we” you’re speaking of, Gov. Jindal? You must be referring to the Obama administration – right?
It’s just like a RINO to blame his own side first!
Furthermore, please tell us how we should go after the vote of Hispanics who want amnesty for illegal aliens, want free healthcare, food stamps, free education, and other government goodies. How does the Republican Party compete for those voters? Please tell us, Gov. Jindal!
And while you’re at it, please tell us how the Republican Party is supposed to compete for the Obama-phone voters that proudly seek out any and all government handouts without a bit of shame. How does it reach out and compete for the votes of people who are more than content to live in public housing projects their entire lives? Again, please tell us how!
He went on:
First of all, please don’t speak for “every voter out there” because you don’t speak for me and for many people I know. My dream, Gov. Jindal, isn’t to be in the Middle Class. I’m already there, and it doesn’t quite cut it in New York City. My goal is to be very wealthy – I think and dream big, as most Americans used to! So please don’t lump me, and others like me, in with the herd. I don’t travel with the herd; I follow my own path. And all I ask of politicians like you is for you to stay out of my way and stop taking my money to give to others so they can supposedly ‘reach the middle-class.’
Jindal, it seems, is just another Republican that is swallowing the narrative put forth by the political consultants after the recent election shocker. The narrative that says we need to reach out to the typical Democrat voter. In other words, reach out to the slackers, takers, and to the illegal immigrants. Once again, how are we going to entice (bribe) these people to vote with us – what exactly are we going to offer them? Please tell us, Gov. Jindal. We would all love to know.
This just goes to show that ‘we the people’ can’t really rely on our political parties and politicians to fight the full-blown, all-out assault on our nation and our way of life. This is going to have to be an organic grass-roots movement of which the world has never seen. At this point, that’s our only hope.
BTW: Mitt Romney was 100% correct in his 47% comment, just as he is in regards to his recent comments. It seems that the supposedly moderate Mitt has suddenly become a raging right-winger, at least in the eyes of the GOP establishment. Also, it wasn’t Mitt’s 47% comment that cost him the election, it was Obama’s bribing of ignorant and morally corrupt Hispanic, black, and young voters – along with blatant and widespread voter fraud in the Swing States, of course. If these truths make people like Bobby Jindal uncomfortable, that’s too bad!