I support Bobby Jindal, and I’m going to put what little influence I can muster to support his campaign. I have very little faith in the electoral process*, and even less in the Federal government, but I do think that Bobby Jindal is the best man for the job for a few reasons, but here are the biggest:
1. He’s against common core curriculum.
2. He’s the only Republican candidate who I have heard say something about Islam. The other Republicans are too PC to address Islam, which is a terrorist death cult and one of the main threats to humanity. I don’t want to live next to ISIS and since I have never, and would never, invite those savages to live in my country I shouldn’t have to live next to them. We don’t need to have our women getting raped or having acid thrown on their faces because they went to school or didn’t wear a stupid rag on their heads.
3. Seems to be a sincere Christian.
4. Is pro 1st and 2nd Amendment. That may seem basic but there is a concerted effort to undermine freedom of speech and gun ownership by the left.
5. Opposes illegal immigration.
6. Liberals seem to hate him the most. If the left has their panties in a bunch over something then it’s probably a good indicator that something is right. Where there’s smoke there’s fire.
Now when it comes to the detractors, Bobby Jindal has really dealt with them in an efficient and logical fashion. He doesn’t pander to them, or react with emotional outbursts, but still manages to put them in their place. The criticism boils down to racial attacks, and attempts to pin the negative consequences of Democrats being in charge of Louisiana on him. I will also be responding to the #BobbyJindalIsSoWhite foolishness. I know that Mr. Jindal is above responding to such foolishness, but I’m not.
Since I’m a reactionary rather than a traditional conservative, I can and will take things to the next level, and beyond the pale of PC. Consider this a trigger warning.
So why is it that Bush is STILL responsible for the moribund economy and the state of the Middle East, but Bobby Jindal’s predecessor is not responsible for any of the economic issues in Louisiana? Bobby Jindal is like a guy who was assigned to clean up after a drunken frat party with nothing but his bare hands. There is only so much that can be done in the time allotted. If there is one thing Democraps are good at, it’s jacking things up and then blaming others. Democrats don’t believe in letting any good catastrophe go to waste, even if it’s one they caused. Just in case we aren’t sure who really did the greater damage (Bush or Obama, Jindal or Blanco), one need only look at Chicago, which is an excellent control specimen for what happens when Democrats have an unlimited free reign.
Everyone who has been following reality knows that leftists have severe issues with race, and hold a variety of conflicting notions to be equally true. The left is generally schizophrenic when it comes to race, but they are solid in their hatred for white people, men, Christians, Jews/Israel, America, and non-whites who are supportive of western civilization. The latter they attack with extreme vitriol, which is part of the reason they hate Bobby Jindal.
The left (ostensibly) hates the Confederate Battle Flag because it’s “racist.” The Confederacy was “racist” because they had black slaves. The Cherokee nation also had black slaves, but they can’t be racist because they’re not white (according to the left). To the left racism is (ostensibly) deplorable, and the Confederacy was bad because it was racist, but because Bobby Jindal said that it ought to be up to the states whether or not they fly the CBF, it’s suddenly OK to racially abuse him. So in other words, racism is only bad if it’s directed towards people liberals like, otherwise it’s a tool as far as they are concerned.
Liberals are like Muslims, who will say anything for the cause, and who will lie to further the cause (taqqiya). They are great at talking out of both sides of their mouth, and to normal people they look like dribbling morons, because they are.
And here we go: #BobbyJindalIsSoWhite
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Louisiana Governor and U.S. presidential candidate Bobby Jindal caused a Twitter storm of jokes and insults in India on Thursday after he said he dislikes being called an Indian-American.
Republican Jindal is the first person of Indian origin to join the U.S. presidential race. During his campaign launch on Wednesday, Jindal said he was “done with” descriptions that identified Americans by their origin, ethnicity or wealth.
“We are not Indian-Americans, African-Americans, Irish-Americans, rich Americans, or poor Americans. We are all Americans,” the two-term governor said to loud cheers at the event in a suburb of New Orleans.
The comment, however, was interpreted by some people on Twitter as an attempt to distance himself from India.
The fact that he doesn’t want to be called “Indian-American” shows that his cultural identity is stronger than the circumstances of his race. He said that if his parents had wanted to be Indian they would have stayed in India. What is the problem here exactly? How is that worse than the Mexicans who come here illegally and insist on staying Mexican and flying their Mexican flag everywhere while eating up welfare? I don’t see how what he said is a bad thing, or really what relevance it has to any important issues, like stopping illegal immigration or trimming the fat off the government. Would it be better if he wanted to make the US like India?
“If we wanted to be Indians, we would have stayed in India,” Jindal said.
As a person on the right (former conservative, now reactionary), I can tell you that it doesn’t matter at all how far away from India he is, what matters is how close he is to the issues we care about. We don’t share the left’s monomania about race. The leftist thinks a room full of white people is racist, and they think that every person in the world ought to be present everywhere at every time. White liberals want to have a friend in every race that they can show off, like Pokemon, gotto catch ’em all. They think that somehow this makes them non-racist, and excuses the racial abuse the heap on people like Jindal. To people on the right this such behavior is pointless, because we don’t really live our lives based around what other people might think about us. Our main concern is to be left alone, and to be free to do what we want, not to have everyone like us.
*Not convinced that the people counting the votes will do so honestly, not convinced that the bulk of people casting votes are morally and/or intellectually qualified to make sound decisions when it comes to government. I’m also not sure the Republican Party is serious about winning or committed to prosperity. They certainly scuttled themselves with John McCain and Mitt Romney, and failed completely when it came to Obamacare.