(Image Source: Office Of The Governor)

 

BY DAN KENNEDY AND KERRY LEARY

ANCHOR NEVILLE MILLER

Republican Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is making headlines Tuesday for speaking out against his own party -- saying the GOP has to stop being -- quote -- the stupid party.
MSNBC sums up his controversial comments.

“That they have to recalibrate pretty dramatically and stop being the party of big business, big wall street, big banks, big anything. And he said this dumbed down conservatism is killing the republican party.”

Jindal expressed his frustration during an interview with Politico Monday, also noting that “Simply being the anti-Obama party didn’t work. You can’t beat something with nothing. The reality is we have to be a party of solutions and not just bumper-sticker slogans but real detailed policy solutions.”

Jindal said the GOP should ease its tone, arguing that “offensive and bizarre” comments hurt his party in last week’s election.

The Atlantic Wire says both Paul Ryan and Bobby Jindal are possible candidates for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination but have different diagnoses for Mitt Romney’s loss.
Ryan says Obama got a record turnouts from urban area voters whereas...

Jindal is one of many conservatives arguing the GOP needs to reach out to lower-income voters on economic issues.

Republican Governor Calls GOP 'The Stupid Party'

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Nov 13, 2012

Republican Governor Calls GOP 'The Stupid Party'

(Image Source: Office Of The Governor)

 

BY DAN KENNEDY AND KERRY LEARY

ANCHOR NEVILLE MILLER

Republican Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is making headlines Tuesday for speaking out against his own party -- saying the GOP has to stop being -- quote -- the stupid party.
MSNBC sums up his controversial comments.

“That they have to recalibrate pretty dramatically and stop being the party of big business, big wall street, big banks, big anything. And he said this dumbed down conservatism is killing the republican party.”

Jindal expressed his frustration during an interview with Politico Monday, also noting that “Simply being the anti-Obama party didn’t work. You can’t beat something with nothing. The reality is we have to be a party of solutions and not just bumper-sticker slogans but real detailed policy solutions.”

Jindal said the GOP should ease its tone, arguing that “offensive and bizarre” comments hurt his party in last week’s election.

The Atlantic Wire says both Paul Ryan and Bobby Jindal are possible candidates for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination but have different diagnoses for Mitt Romney’s loss.
Ryan says Obama got a record turnouts from urban area voters whereas...

Jindal is one of many conservatives arguing the GOP needs to reach out to lower-income voters on economic issues.

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