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A Man to Watch: Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana, Chairman of the Republican Governors Association, Comes out Swinging Comments

We have got to stop dividing the American voters. We need to go after 100 percent of the votes, not 53 percent. We need to go after every single vote. And second, we need to continue to show that our policies help every voter out there achieve the American dream, which is to be in the middle class, which is to be able to give their children the opportunity to get a great education, which is for their children to have even better-paying jobs than ... Continue Reading

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  1. Michael
    1 year ago

    While I agree completely with what Governor Jindal says we must do as Republicans to engage the entire electorate, Mitt Romney is also correct. Obama did not win with ideas or with what is good for all Americans.

    Obama was reelected because his campaign appealed to those members of our society that see themselves as victims. The gays and lesbians, women, blacks, latinos, union members and many others, voted for Obama because of a desire to maintain their victim status. Many others voted for him because of what they perceive him as "doing for them". Their own "free ride" at the expense of others. It includes a so called "dream act" for illegal immigrants, Obamacare, college tuition, the government bail out of a union controlled segment of the economy; you name it, he promised and delivered things for segments of voters at the expense of all or us. These were his gifts in exchange for their votes. He won the election. But it was bought and paid for by the taxpayer and by taxpayers for generations to come. Not a good day for America.

    Again, Governor Jindal is right. We, as conservatives, must get our message out and teach large segments of America what Republicans believe in. Things they have not learned in our schools and will not hear from Democrats. We must teach them about America's founding principles; The American Trinity of Liberty, E Pluribus Unum and In God We Trust.


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