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Jindal rejects Romney’s whiney excuses for losing election

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, a likely candidate for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016 and a would-be reformer of the GOP (see HERE), says Mitt Romney is “absolutely wrong” to blame his defeat in last week’s election on President Obama’s offer of “gifts” to minorities and young people (see HERE).

In a news conference at a meeting of the Republican Governors Association in Las Vegas, Jindal said THIS of Romney’s argument:

Two points on that: One, we have got to stop dividing the American voters. We need to go after 100 percent of the votes, not 53 percent. We need to go after every single vote.

And, secondly, we need to continue to show how our policies help every voter out there achieve the American Dream, which is to be in the middle class, which is to be able to give their children an opportunity to be able to get a great education. … So, I absolutely reject that notion, that description. I think that’s absolutely wrong.

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  1. Luke Fredrickson

    I love how when Democrats vote for a Democrat it’s because they were “bought,” but when Republicans vote for a Republican it’s because they “love this country,” and are “patriotic” and “worried about the nation moving in the right direction.”

    Willard, get a clue: all those “special groups” are CITIZENS of this country and they voted because they care where it’s going. He has such contempt for those who are not rich, and it just shows what a liar he was on the campaign trail. The 47 percent video was the real deal – a spoon telling his rich friends about how we can become an awesome fiefdom.

  2. dogrescuer

    When Romney inadvertently displayed his true character in the “47 percent” video, that determined the election results.

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