Bobby Jindal advises, slams Trump, GOP, Dems, Obama in WSJ Op EdMedia Sources
Jindal was one of the Republican candidates for President of the United States who last only a few months in the race although he had been on the campaign road as governor for much of his second term in office.
It is easy to lose sight of the substance and be distracted by the disruptive style, the aura of celebrity, the in-your-face tweets, and the unapologetic combative demeanor. While the new judges represent permanent change, and the lower tax rates may last a while, most of the executive orders and regulatory actions can be easily reversed. Mr. Trump is a man, not a movement; he embodies executive strength, not a philosophy. When his time in office is up, he may leave behind millions of frustrated, voiceless people facing a status quo government and two limp, self-serving political parties eager to return to what they were, which wasn’t much.
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