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  1. There’s a lot to argue with in Obama’s speech (no earmarks in the stimuls bill? really?), but the Bobby Jindal response is the most hilarious performance by a purported Rising Star I’ve ever seen. He sounded like a Walt Disney World Imagineer. Whatever else he did, Obama spoke to and for adults; Jindal talked like a daycare teacher. I won’t forget “SHERIFF THAT’S RIDICULOUS!” or “Volcano monitoring.”

    The Republican’s attempts to reinvent themselves in the face of BARACK using Bobby Jindal and Michael “hip-hop makeover” Steele are laughable.

  2. OK, just read the transcript and I’m sorry Alfred but you’ve been brainwashed. Jindal’s speech was just fine if not outstanding. He made a compelling case for limited government and pro-growth policies.

  3. Talking about the speech, President Obama needs to run a fact check before he makes these speeches. If I’m not mistaken, Carl Benz, a German, is credited with inventing the automobile, not the USA.

  4. OK, just read the transcript and I’m sorry Alfred but you’ve been brainwashed

    On paper, maybe, but when YouTube posts his speech watch it; the man sounded like Kenneth from “3rd Rock.” His address before Hurricane Whatever hit last August was impressively sober if long-winded. Tonight’s speech, though, was patronizing, as if he couldn’t be bothered to remind himself he wasn’t talking to children.

  5. Well he and two others.
    The milestone vehicle was built in Germany in 1889 by Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach. Powered by a 1.5 hp, two-cylinder gasoline engine, it had a four-speed transmission and traveled at 10 mph. Another German, Karl Benz, also built a gasoline-powered car the same year. The gasoline-powered automobile, or motor car, remained largely a curiosity for the rest of the nineteenth century, with only a handful being manufactured in Europe and the United States.

    The US gets credit for production, but we didn’t invent the auto. Errors like this bug the hell out me.

  6. I agree with Alfred. Bobby Jindal sounded very uninspiring. I like the man, and he holds strong conservative beliefs but he isn’t exactly a person that riled me up.

    And no, no cream here!

  7. BTW, I watched MSNBC to hear what they had to say. When Bobby Jindal came out for the Republican response, you can hear someone say “Oh God!”.

  8. What is anyone doing watching msnbc?
    But, no matter, I watched Fox. They were just as bad. I am sticking to my not watching news anymore.
    How could Jindal win? He was a private person standing in a room with no huge crowd to rise up and applaud every second word.
    And that included all of the reps in the hall.
    Style over substance indeed. But what did Obama use to twist the arms of all of those who are supposed to be on our side? This was a frightening spectacle. How are we to survive as a country?

  9. On they have a response from Jim de Mint. Now, that’s a response! And that’s what you call Reaganesque, not the terrifying Obama speech.

  10. I have to agree with Alfred. I like Jindal and what he stands for but for the life of me I don’t see how he could possibly inspire anyone. He’s thoughtful, smart and eloquent but totally lacking in the charisma department. As for Steele…I hate to say this but if Obama wasn’t President he wouldn’t be heading the GOP. If the RNC really wanted a black person to lead them to the future they should have backed up the Brinks truck and brought back JC Watts.

  11. I agree with Henry regarding the style without substance comment.

    Obama is just a bullshit artist without substance period, and bullshit can only carry you so far.

    These are very difficult times for America and having someone like him and the helm is the worst solution to the problem. The consequences of his election to office will be paid for in time as Henry rightly suggested.

  12. Rush just had the best rant on Jindal. He liked what the governor said and respects the man. He recommends that our side stop criticizing one of the good guys. I agree wholeheartedly.

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