A bold endeavor to be sure, but opponents of the plan ought not sell Bobby Jindal short. He's already shepherded two sweeping reform packages into state law, he's earned high marks for exhibiting extraordinary leadership during a series of natural disasters along the Gulf Coast, and he was essentially re-elected by acclamation in 2011 -- carrying 66 percent of the vote. Louisiana's can-do governor has now fixed his sights on uprooting the state's tax code and replacing it with an entirely new system. Go...
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I don't really care whether Jindal has inappropriately tries to ingratiate himself with the establishment, as some have accused. He's no RINO, and I'd vote for him. Of course I'd also vote for Rand Paul if I thought he could win a primary.
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