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Quibbling with Jindal’s Roadmap

Rick 2811 Wrote: Jan 28, 2013 9:34 AM
If your wife {or husband} of 4/5 years purposely spent way more than your budget could possibly afford, much more than your finances coming in could possibly tolerate, before filing for divorce, wouldn't that be very upsetting? Would you not be clamoring in court for wrong-doing? Why then aren't the courts and streets clamoring for Obama's spending? I guess there is too much difference between private and public affairs. If they only knew it was them...

“I plan to say some things that may challenge your assumptions,” warned Louisiana Governor and rumored 2016 contender Bobby Jindal. “You may not agree with all of it, but that’s ok, ours is a party that can handle real discussions.”

Challenge accepted, governor.

One of Jindal’s big takeaways, as I understand it, was that to win, we must “re-calibrate the compass of conservatism.” “Our principles are timeless,” he clarified. However, “we do need to re-orient our focus to the place where conservatism thrives – in the real world beyond the Washington Beltway.”

On this point, the governor is absolutely correct. Republicans...