Jindal out ... no silly, not that kind of 'out'. He quit his quest.

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    http://www.cnn.com/2015/11/17/politics/bobby-jindal-announces-he-is-ending-presidential-campaign/index.html
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    Nov 18, 2015 1:27 AM GMT
    Well that is awesome news for the GOP. One less narrow minded bible thumping screwball in the republican race for the White House. Now if we could only get rid of both Cruz and Huckabee.
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    roadbikeRob saidWell that is awesome news for the GOP. One less narrow minded bible thumping screwball in the republican race for the White House. Now if we could only get rid of both Cruz and Huckabee.


    "narrow minded bible thumping screwball"

    A what?
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    Nov 18, 2015 1:50 AM GMT
    And he will be replaced as Governor of Louisiana this Saturday.
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    rnch saidAnd he will be replaced as Governor of Louisiana this Saturday.

    Yeah, term limited. Likely be replaced by Republican US Senator David Vitter, who's little better than Jindal . Another "family man" who hates gays for our immorality and violations of the Bible, but who got caught in a paid prostitution bust.

    But all he had to do was say he repented his transgressions, and with the forgiveness of an obedient wife, Louisiana Republicans once again embraced him. And naturally Senate Republicans wouldn't move to harm a guaranteed Party vote. Just like with Larry "Wide Stance" Craig.

    Would that Democrat politicians who stray get off so easily. Ah, well, we already knew Republicans thrive on double standards and hypocrisy. The more they rant about family values the fewer they likely have themselves, just as the more some Right Wingers rant against gays the more likely they have something to hide about their own sexuality. icon_razz.gif
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    Art_Deco said
    rnch saidAnd he will be replaced as Governor of Louisiana this Saturday.


    Yeah, term limited. Likely be replaced by Republican US Senator David Vitter, who's little better than Jindal . Another "family man" who hates gays for our immorality and violations of the Bible, but who got caught in a paid prostitution bust.

    But all he had to do was say he repented his transgressions, and with the forgiveness of an obedient wife, Louisiana Republicans once again embraced him. And naturally Senate Republicans wouldn't move to harm a guaranteed Party vote. Just like with Larry "Wide Stance" Craig.

    Would that Democrat politicians who stray get off so easily. Ah, well, we already knew Republicans thrive on double standards and hypocrisy. icon_razz.gif
    I don't think that Vitter is any brighter than Jindal. Both of them love to put their foot in their mouths. Will Louisiana's financial situation improve under Senator David Vitter or will the state lurch from one financial crisis to the next.
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    roadbikeRob said
    Art_Deco said
    rnch saidAnd he will be replaced as Governor of Louisiana this Saturday.

    Yeah, term limited. Likely be replaced by Republican US Senator David Vitter, who's little better than Jindal . Another "family man" who hates gays for our immorality and violations of the Bible, but who got caught in a paid prostitution bust.

    But all he had to do was say he repented his transgressions, and with the forgiveness of an obedient wife, Louisiana Republicans once again embraced him. And naturally Senate Republicans wouldn't move to harm a guaranteed Party vote. Just like with Larry "Wide Stance" Craig.

    Would that Democrat politicians who stray get off so easily. Ah, well, we already knew Republicans thrive on double standards and hypocrisy. icon_razz.gif
    I don't think that Vitter is any brighter than Jindal. Both of them love to put their foot in their mouths. Will Louisiana's financial situation improve under Senator David Vitter or will the state lurch from one financial crisis to the next.

    I just feel bad for rnch, because he's gotta live there, with Vitter as the next Governor. As for the rest of Louisiana, if they want Vitter, they can live with the consequences.
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    rnch saidAnd he will be replaced as Governor of Louisiana this Saturday.

    Yeah, term limited. Likely be replaced by Republican US Senator David Vitter, who's little better than Jindal . Another "family man" who hates gays for our immorality and violations of the Bible, but who got caught in a paid prostitution bust.

    But all he had to do was say he repented his transgressions, and with the forgiveness of an obedient wife, Louisiana Republicans once again embraced him. And naturally Senate Republicans wouldn't move to harm a guaranteed Party vote. Just like with Larry "Wide Stance" Craig.

    Would that Democrat politicians who stray get off so easily. Ah, well, we already knew Republicans thrive on double standards and hypocrisy. The more they rant about family values the fewer they likely have themselves, just as the more some Right Wingers rant against gays the more likely they have something to hide about their own sexuality. icon_razz.gif


    Tell you what Bob, maybe they'll send a few your way who hate you even more than republicans. Hard to imagine isn't it?

    And maybe they'll send you someplace you'd prefer not to go.
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    Tell you what Bob, maybe they'll send a few your way who hate you even more than republicans. Hard to imagine isn't it?

    And maybe they'll send you someplace you'd prefer not to go.

    Are you saying that as something desirable?

    I was sent many places I didn't want to go, during my 25-year Army career. That wouldn't be new.

    And about whom are you speaking being sent my way who "hate me more than Republicans"? I find that confusing. icon_question.gif More Republican radicals? Seems we've got a bumper crop of those already. Who keep getting more looney by the minute, regarding all the things they're adding to their already very long hate list, and the Draconian measures they're proposing to correct things to conform to their Fascist vision of the US.
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    freedomisntfree said
    Tell you what Bob, maybe they'll send a few your way who hate you even more than republicans. Hard to imagine isn't it?

    And maybe they'll send you someplace you'd prefer not to go.

    Are you saying that as something desirable?

    I was sent many places I didn't want to go, during my 25-year Army career. That wouldn't be new.

    And about whom are you speaking being sent my way who "hate me more than Republicans"? I find that confusing. icon_question.gif More Republican radicals? Seems we've got a bumper crop of those already. Who keep getting more looney by the minute, regarding all the things they're adding to their already very long hate list, and the Draconian measures they're proposing to correct things to conform to their Fascist vision of the US.


    "who "hate me more than Republicans"? I find that confusing"

    I have little doubt that you would find that confusing.

    Maybe we could interest the Muslim community in Wilton Manors as a resettlement community. Maybe the diversity would do you some good?



    Whatdoyathink?
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    Next: Pataki, Graham, Santorum, Paul, Kasich, Christie, Fiorina, Bush.
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    Art_Deco said
    roadbikeRob said
    Art_Deco said
    rnch saidAnd he will be replaced as Governor of Louisiana this Saturday.

    Yeah, term limited. Likely be replaced by Republican US Senator David Vitter, who's little better than Jindal . Another "family man" who hates gays for our immorality and violations of the Bible, but who got caught in a paid prostitution bust.

    But all he had to do was say he repented his transgressions, and with the forgiveness of an obedient wife, Louisiana Republicans once again embraced him. And naturally Senate Republicans wouldn't move to harm a guaranteed Party vote. Just like with Larry "Wide Stance" Craig.

    Would that Democrat politicians who stray get off so easily. Ah, well, we already knew Republicans thrive on double standards and hypocrisy. icon_razz.gif
    I don't think that Vitter is any brighter than Jindal. Both of them love to put their foot in their mouths. Will Louisiana's financial situation improve under Senator David Vitter or will the state lurch from one financial crisis to the next.

    I just feel bad for rnch, because he's gotta live there, with Vitter as the next Governor. As for the rest of Louisiana, if they want Vitter, they can live with the consequences.




    Two months ago, David "Diapers" Vitter was considered the odds-on favorite to win Governor's chair in Louisiana.

    "Diapers Dave" barely made it into the run-off election spot and is slipping daily.

    Today he is a 20 point looser in the polls.

    I am hoping "Diapers" will NOT be my state's next Governor. I see him as no better than Piyush Jindal. Both see themselves as POTUS. Vitter will "throw Louisiana under the bus", just as Piysuh has done, to advance his political career.
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    Good. You can now almost count the GOP contenders on the fingers of two hands (useful for their voter base).
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    Ex_Mil8 saidGood. You can now almost count the GOP contenders on the fingers of two hands (useful for their voter base).


    nope, we can go higher ... remember two feet, six toes each !
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    freedomisntfree said
    Maybe we could interest the Muslim community in Wilton Manors as a resettlement community. Maybe the diversity would do you some good?

    Whatdoyathink?

    As for me personally, no change. One of our more successful Wilton Manors business people is a Muslim born in Iran, who left it for Europe some years ago as Iran became increasingly radicalized. A friend of ours who's been to our home for dinner, and with whom we often go out. We helped him to network with the business community and get started when he first arrived.

    And WM has other Muslim business owners. And no, not of 24-hour convenience stores. So that Muslims are no strangers to us here, nor unwelcome.

    The problem with resettling any number of people here is that the inexpensive housing vacancy rate is near zero. We can't accept more of any kind of demographic, unless they or some government agencies sponsoring them are willing to pay high rental rates, and I guess furnish their places, too. We have no local agencies of our own that are geared for that kind of support. Larger communities surrounding us might be better bets.
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    Art_Deco said
    freedomisntfree said
    Maybe we could interest the Muslim community in Wilton Manors as a resettlement community. Maybe the diversity would do you some good?



    Whatdoyathink?

    As for me personally, no change. One of our more successful Wilton Manors business people is a Muslim born in Iran, who left it for Europe some years ago as Iran became increasingly radicalized. A friend of ours who's been to our home for dinner, and with whom we often go out. We helped him to network with the business community and get started when he first arrived.

    And WM has other Muslim business owners. And no, not of 24-hour convenience stores. So that Muslims are no strangers to us here, nor unwelcome.

    The problem with resettling any number of people here is that the inexpensive housing vacancy rate is near zero. We can't accept more of any kind of demographic, unless they or some government agencies sponsoring them are willing to pay high rental rates, and I guess furnish their places, too. We have no local agencies of our own that are geared for that kind of support. Communities surrounding us might be better bets.

    Goddamn. Between your Muslims work in 7-11s joke and your "We wouldn't mind the refugees but they could never afford to live here" bull shit, you sound like a true Republican.
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    DefensiveEnd said
    Art_Deco said
    freedomisntfree said
    Maybe we could interest the Muslim community in Wilton Manors as a resettlement community. Maybe the diversity would do you some good?



    Whatdoyathink?

    As for me personally, no change. One of our more successful Wilton Manors business people is a Muslim born in Iran, who left it for Europe some years ago as Iran became increasingly radicalized. A friend of ours who's been to our home for dinner, and with whom we often go out. We helped him to network with the business community and get started when he first arrived.

    And WM has other Muslim business owners. And no, not of 24-hour convenience stores. So that Muslims are no strangers to us here, nor unwelcome.

    The problem with resettling any number of people here is that the inexpensive housing vacancy rate is near zero. We can't accept more of any kind of demographic, unless they or some government agencies sponsoring them are willing to pay high rental rates, and I guess furnish their places, too. We have no local agencies of our own that are geared for that kind of support. Communities surrounding us might be better bets.

    Goddamn. Between your Muslims work in 7-11s joke and your "We wouldn't mind the refugees but they could never afford to live here" bull shit, you sound like a true Republican.

    Are you offering them a bedroom in your own place? Do you even know any Muslims? And I was referring to the mistaken notion about Muslim businesspeople that others have, but that I do not. Apparently they don't teach reading comprehension in North Carolina. No surprise. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Art_Deco said
    DefensiveEnd said
    Art_Deco said
    freedomisntfree said
    Maybe we could interest the Muslim community in Wilton Manors as a resettlement community. Maybe the diversity would do you some good?



    Whatdoyathink?

    As for me personally, no change. One of our more successful Wilton Manors business people is a Muslim born in Iran, who left it for Europe some years ago as Iran became increasingly radicalized. A friend of ours who's been to our home for dinner, and with whom we often go out. We helped him to network with the business community and get started when he first arrived.

    And WM has other Muslim business owners. And no, not of 24-hour convenience stores. So that Muslims are no strangers to us here, nor unwelcome.

    The problem with resettling any number of people here is that the inexpensive housing vacancy rate is near zero. We can't accept more of any kind of demographic, unless they or some government agencies sponsoring them are willing to pay high rental rates, and I guess furnish their places, too. We have no local agencies of our own that are geared for that kind of support. Communities surrounding us might be better bets.

    Goddamn. Between your Muslims work in 7-11s joke and your "We wouldn't mind the refugees but they could never afford to live here" bull shit, you sound like a true Republican.

    Are you offering them a bedroom in your own place? Do you even know any Muslims? And I was referring to the mistaken notion about Muslim businesspeople that others have, but that I do not. Apparently they don't teach reading comprehension in North Carolina. No surprise. icon_rolleyes.gif

    My reading comprehension is just fine you Jurassic bitch. And yes I know Muslims. I even know some Syrian refugees who got stuck over here this summer. Top that you bloated braggart.
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    My reading comprehension is just fine you Jurassic bitch. And yes I know Muslims. I even know some Syrian refugees who got stuck over here this summer. Top that you bloated braggart.

    I'm sorry, but you've totally missed what I was saying, and that indeed is a matter of reading comprehension. And as far as my being bloated, having just read you RJ profile I wonder if you've ever heard of the psychological term "Projection"? Except you added my age to your smear - nice.

    In any case, I don't deal with morons here. And remember it was you who attacked me personally from out of nowhere. Although rather ineptly & unconvincingly, as I've noted. ***CLICK***
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    DefensiveEnd said
    My reading comprehension is just fine you Jurassic bitch. And yes I know Muslims. I even know some Syrian refugees who got stuck over here this summer. Top that you bloated braggart.

    I'm sorry, but you've totally missed what I was saying, and that indeed is a matter of reading comprehension. And as far as my being bloated, having just read you RJ profile I wonder if you've ever heard of the psychological term "Projection"? Except you added my age to your smear - nice.

    In any case, I don't deal with morons here. And remember it was you who attacked me personally from out of nowhere. Although rather ineptly & unconvincingly, as I've noted. ***CLICK***

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