Bobby Jindal on Donald Trump
September 13, 2015
[Hugh Hewitt:] From Scott Walker, I go to another sitting governor, Governor Bobby Jindal. Welcome back, Governor Jindal. You are quite in the news today for throwing hammers at Donald Trump. Did you expect the blowback that’s coming?
[Bobby Jindal:] Hugh, it is great to be on the air with you. Absolutely. Look, I just said what everybody’s been thinking, but has been too afraid to say. Somebody had to say it.
From socialized medicine to tax increases, he’s got no problem with top down big government. His only problem with Washington is that he’s not running it. . . . Donald Trump is for Donald Trump.
Get the whole interview here (transcript, audio). It’s an important reminder that there are other candidates who are intelligent and successful, courageous and fighters, who also have some underlying principles and values—candidates like Bobby Jindal and Scott Walker (most recent Hugh Hewitt interview here)—unlike a certain fair-weather Republican currently leading in the polls.
Like all narcissists, Donald Trump is insecure and weak, and afraid of being exposed. And that’s why he is constantly telling us how big and how rich and how great he is, and how insignificant everyone else is. We’ve all met people like Trump, and we know that only a very weak and small person needs to constantly tell us how strong and powerful he is. Donald Trump believes that he is the answer to every question.
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The Democrats have practically gift wrapped this election for us. It’s as if they know they’ve run the country into the ground, and they are running their worst possible candidate who is running the worst possible campaign.
The whole thing is set up for us to win – and yet we are flirting with nominating a non-serious, unstable, substance-free narcissist.