US media abuzz with Bobby Jindal’s ‘impressive’ speech
More than two days after Jindal delivered it on Saturday, the national media is still abuzz with his impressive speech, which even his sharpest critics are saying was far better than that of President Barack Obama, who shared the same dais with him.
The Washington Post, in a rare move, Monday posted the entire speech of 41-year-old Jindal on its website.
“Judging from Twitter, the general consensus was that Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal brought the house down with his speech. So, we asked the Jindal folks to pass along the speech, which they did,” the daily wrote.
‘Jindal Big Hit At Gridiron Club And Foundation Dinner’, read The Chicago Sun Times. “On a roll, Jindal went on to compare himself with Obama and mock his own party. He earnestly said Obama and he had the “exact same campaign slogan years ago but unfortunately UPS sued both of us and made us stop using it. You remember our slogan, ‘What can Brown do for you?’,” it wrote.
“Though Obama may look calm,” Jindal zinged, “He is terrified that I will upstage him again, just like I did with that State of the Union response a few years ago.” Jindal is widely seen as a potential 2016 contender and Jindal did nothing to douse that talk, The
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