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Jindal The VP Romney Target On MSNBC Todd Show
 

jindal-brassSay what you want, but Governor Bobby Jindal is the man on the move, if not on the tube.

Today, on MSNBC, the governor was asked about his being the Romney choice for Vice President. Jindal, who is the point-person on education for Romney responded by stating that he has the job he wants and that he refuses to speculate.  Jindal also said he would help do whatever he could to ensure an Obama defeat.

In another recent national TV appearance, Jindal said that Obama has never run a lemonade stand in describing the President’s experience.

Some believe that Jindal is in the top three of choices for vice-president.  He was also being discussed in the media as a possible choice four years ago when John McCain ran against Barack Obama.



Do you think Governor Jindal would be a good VP pick for Mitt Romney?  Talk about it below.

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