Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Bobby Jindal Is ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ !

Piyush "Bobby" Jindal bows out the race. Couldn't make it out the bottom!

Now there's 14 candidates in the clown car. It seems like soon to be former governor Piyush "Bobby" Jindal is bowing out. Bobby Jindal, the Louisiana governor will vacate the governor's mansion on a bad note. He's going out with the state in massive disarray.

Jindal is one of the most dullest candidates running in this race. He started a second-tier and ended a second-tier.

"I've come to the realization that this is not my time, I've come here to announce that I am suspending my campaign for President of the United States," he told the right wing network's Bret Beir.

His numbers were dismal even in the face of the minor league debates. Jindal once said that the Republican Party can't be the party of stupid. He ignored his own advice.

Since being governor of Louisiana, he took a hard line conservative stance on issue. He rejected climate change despite Hurricane Gustav and Katrina. He pushed creationism in public schools.

He also pushed executive orders to fulfill his promise to discriminate against same sex couples without facing lawsuits. He even embrace the lunacy of Kim Davis, the controversial Kentucky county clerk who refused to sign off marriage licenses to same sex couples.

He even lost his support of Duck Dynasty. The family decide to embrace Donald Trump.

So who's going to the second stringer debate?

John Kasich and Rand Paul may find a place to the kiddie table.

Now the run-off election will happen in a few days. Republicans are likely to win this race. The Democrats have not thrown much into the race. Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz is (D-FL) is facing a backlash of her lack of interest in these races. Democrats believe that she's willing to throw everything away for Hillary Clinton.

The race between the Democratic state lawmaker John Bel Edwards and Republican Sen. David Vitter (R-LA) got a lot nastier. The Paris attacks has become Vitter's last hope for victory. Republicans are hoping to seize on racism and Islamophobia as their path to the governor's mansion.

Bobby Jindal will find a place on radio or television. Matter of fact, he may have a job in Bollywood movies.

He can play the role of an awful governor of a state.

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