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Sunday, 29 July 2012 08:54
Jindal says Democratic Party has called him all kinds of names
 

jindal-differenceLouisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, in an exclusive interview with CBS 4 has said that the Democratic Party has called him all types of names.

Asked if he has faced that sort of prejudice where opponents have tried to make him seem foreign and different because of his background as an Indian-American.

“Oh the Democratic Party has done all kinds of nonsense, they’ve called me all kinds of names.”

 

 

The interview took place in Florida as Jindal campaigned for Mitt Romney for President.

Jindal  has been on the campaign road for months, first helping Rick Perry and then Romney.

He is considered to be in the top tier for Romney’s vice president running mate.

Jindal also was questioned about Obama’s immigration policies, the economy and Obama being different.

Jindal, whose parents are from India, was asked if he was troubled when members of his party attempt to portray the president as different, and foreign, and even un-American. For instance, Romney surrogate John Sununu earlier this month said he wished “this president would learn to be an American.”

Jindal said Sununu later clarified his remarks.

“I don’t question this president’s patriotism,” Jindal offered. “I don’t question his love of country. I don’t question where he comes from. What I question is where he is taking this country. I think this president is very sincere in his beliefs. I think he is pursuing policies he thinks are good and best for our country. I disagree strongly with those policies. I think those policies are burying my children and my future grandchildren under a mountain of debt.”

 

 

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