BREAKING – Bobby Jindal Quits

Tripwire Crossed !!  Predicted September 21st 2015:

jindal tweet

Note.  None of the original “GOPe Splitters” leave.  Only the ones who were not part of the initial construct have left the race.  If the pattern holds as predicted successfully so far:

Next Up?  Most Likely Rand Paul

 

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167 Responses to BREAKING – Bobby Jindal Quits

  1. racerxx says:

    Bub-bye..

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  2. MMinLamesa says:

    I like Jindal but he had no chance even before Trump got in.

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  3. hocuspocus13 says:

    😜 Good-Bye 😜

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  4. Athena the Warrior says:

    What a loser Bret Baier is. He tried to get Jindal to trash Trump but to his credit, he didn’t.

    I used to think to think he was a great reporter but he’s only a globalist foot soldier.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      I’ll be watching to see if Jindal does support Trump.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Ranger1777 says:

      I agree, just remember who signs his paycheck.the ultimate globalist Rupert Murdoch.

      Liked by 6 people

    • czarowniczy says:

      I’m betting Jindal didn’t trash Trump as he’s hoping, after his dismal national showing, he can get Trump to give him a job. Jindal’s gonna have trouble getting a dog catcher slot in Louisiana after the stuff he’s pulled.

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    • yy4u says:

      Athena, I saw the interview and was struck by the same thing as you. Bret Baier has sold out any credibility he ever had. He came off as an incredible jerk trying to get Jindal to trash Trump. Jindal smartly refused to do so. Notice that Special Report now has only Trump bashers on its panel — Krauthammer, Hayes, the lefty media types. Not that there ARE many “establishment” Republicans willing to risk their futures on supporting Trump.

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  5. Ranger1777 says:

    He sure sounded like he supports Mr.Trump.

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  6. prescient11 says:

    Bret Baier is becoming a major problem, I don’t give a damn how much Levin sticks up for him. I think he is an enemy. I agree re Rand as GOP is getting nervous about his Senate seat I think.

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  7. azgary says:

    I didnt mind jindal, he is not nearly as bad as most of the rest.

    but lets face it, hes certainly no Trump!

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  8. sammyhains says:

    The missing Syrian “refugee” was the last straw for the Jindal campaign.
    The Guv needs to get back home and start doing his job again.

    Liked by 8 people

    • zadatn says:

      His major job right now is to cya. He didn’t know anything about the Syrian refugees entering his state? He’s waving his hands and clutching his pearls.

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    • John Galt says:

      Pip squeak moonbat allows 10,000 unvetted untraceable potential jihadists into his state and runs for GOP presidential nomination. What a nightmare.

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    • boutis says:

      He has a Catholic Charities problem right now and he is RC himself. The scamming by these “charities” is way out of hand. Loosing a refugee and then telling the state of Louisiana it ain’t their job to watch’em while sucking in taxpayer money is beyond the pale. Don’t be surprised if Jindal was all for refugees and non-profits before he was against it.

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      • PreNanny says:

        It isn’t their job to watch them, that is the reality and THE problem.
        What I found interesting is the verbage by the spokesman that they “settled” the man.
        In other words pay us even though he stayed for 2 days we did our job.
        How did he pay for his trip to DC? Are these people given cash?
        Or is it sharia finance, something every single one of the now larger ( post bailout ) big banks all participate in and enable.

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  9. Jett Black says:

    I was pretty worried about Louisiana’s caucus. They could easily have committed to Jindal as a “favorite son” then shifted to Twig or whomever GOPe anoints, if necessary. Now we have a chance to get them committed to Trump from jump!

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  10. Suzy Kiprien says:

    As predicted. Narrowing the field. Yes, Paul will be next.

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    • sammyhains says:

      I do not believe Paul will be next.
      I think that was true up until 2 weeks ago, when the only serious Democrat challenger for his Senate seat in Kentucky lost re-election. There is no reason for Rand to drop out now. With McConnell’s help, he was able to get the Kentucky primary changed to a caucus so that he can run for president and senator at the same time, and he will now waltz to reelection in the Senate. He hasn’t been missing votes in the Senate, unlike Cruz and Rubio, either.

      Rand Paul does 2nd best to Trump with all age groups under 40, and he is coming up now nationally. He is only 1 point behind Jeb Bush, whom I see as the cut off point between the candidates who are in the race, and those who aren’t.

      Rand will stick it out at least to Iowa, and perhaps even on to New Hampshire, where his father came in second 4 years ago.

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      • Martin says:

        Paul is done. He should drop out like the rest of them except, Trump of course.

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        • jello333 says:

          I’d like to see it come down to just two on that stage… Trump vs Kasich. I guarantee you that before the night was through, Kasich would be attacking Trump, quite literally, PHYSICALLY running over and attacking Donald! 😉

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          • Southern Son says:

            I would love see DT bitch slap Blinkie in throwdown. Then smash him with a chair to remove all doubt. You come after Donald, he’ll come back by multiple of Ten. That would leave no doubt.

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          • MVW says:

            Sorry, Kasich is actually running because he is delusional and really thought he has a chance. Like Walker though he is unwilling to take any more heat; Kasich really has a delicate ego which keeps getting brutally whacked by Trump one-liners, easily. Kasich is a successful gubbenor because his state struck oil, but now he has completely struck out with the ISIS Paris attack. Kasich will drop out before the next debate to avoid getting whacked again.

            Paul is tough as nails, knows politics, he will be in it until the convention. Christy may drop out also looking for a Trump job, but only after Kasich. Snarly will stick it out with nothing to lose. Bush is a whipped dog and wants to drop out, but Dad won’t let him.

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        • sammyhains says:

          Well, in the long run, yes, ultimately everyone is going to lose to Trump.

          But it doesn’t do Rand Paul any harm to stay in the race, especially if he continues to stay focused on what matters, as he did in the last debate.

          Rand started out in 1st or 2nd place many months back, but lost a lot of support to Trump, and saw it continue to dwindle as he talked about stuff that Republicans don’t care about, like prison reform and drug decriminalization.

          But as long as he keeps talking about the Federal Reserve and the NSA, he is going to start clawing back some of his supporters who had lost interest.

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          • Carolyn McD says:

            Cruz got into that Federal Reserve stuff at the last debate – kind of encroaching on the Paul area of interest. We need Rand to draw people away from Cruz.

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            • sammyhains says:

              Totally agree.
              Ted Cruz co-opts a lot of Rand’s policies after being on the wrong side of them, you may notice. I think Rand has taken notice, too.

              A few examples:
              Patriot Act
              TPA/TPP
              Federal Reserve
              Syrian refugees

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          • sam says:

            As much as you guys don’t like Rand Paul, I do seem to like him somewhat. He is a honest guy, his policy of shrinking the government and cutting back spending is good with 19 trillion we owe. Lately he has been bashing Rubio(helping Trump), so i don’t see him as on the side of the GOPe.

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      • sundance says:

        If Paul doesn’t drop, then it will be santorum. The original tripwires were:

        Perry
        Walker
        Jindal
        Paul
        Santorum

        …and then you begin to get into the splitters for Jeb: (Rubio, Fiorina, Christie, Kasich, Graham, Huckabee, Gilmore, Pataki)

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        • sammyhains says:

          I have a hard time seeing Santorum dropping out.
          He is piggishly stubborn and has nothing better to do.
          He stuck around 4 years ago so he could pretend that he came in 2nd.

          What we really need is for Santorum and Huckabee to start rising, because they will keep some of Ben Carson’s churchier voters from going to Ted Cruz as Carson starts to implode.

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          • Carolyn McD says:

            Agree. And am wondering if Santorum really doesn’t like Cruz. Santorum won Iowa in 2012. Would HE be willing to help Trump?

            In my view, Trump would do well to make friends with Paul and Santorum. His foreign policy views actually overlap Rand somewhat. And his immigration views are totally in sync with Santorum’s.

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            • sammyhains says:

              I believe both Santorum and Huckabee would be willing to help Trump.
              Both of them have refused to take the bait from the moderators to attack Trump, and have instead defended him.

              I think that Santorum, in particular, is partial to Trump and I would not be surprised by an endorsement when he drops out. The reason is simple: Santorum’s biggest issue is immigration, and he is on the same side as Donald Trump.

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              • amjean says:

                Didn’t Huckabee wear a Donald tie?

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              • SharonKinDC says:

                Santorum is also big on getting manufacturing back, another common point of interest w/ Trump.

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              • PreNanny says:

                Santorum is 100% GOP establishment do not kid yourself.
                Reminder he came out and endorsed Arlen Specter over Pat Toomey in a very heated primary race in PA. That race was significant in another way it was the first time to my knowledge the GOPe openly asked dems to crossover and vote in a GOP primary.
                They gave Arlen the boost he needed and he eked out the win.
                This was years prior to the Cochran disgrace.

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          • Carolyn McD says:

            Also, isn’t Foster Friess still backing Santorum?

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        • jackmcg says:

          hey Sundance, do you think these candidates know they are splitters? It must be incredibly tough to go through the process knowing you have no chance. Some of these guys must be getting false encouragement from the establishment.

          I’ll grant that Pataki, Graham, Gilmore have to know they have no chance… but others must be getting flickers of false hope, otherwise I can’t even imagine how awful it would be to go through a campaign knowing you’re a shill for Jeb. You’d have to have no conscience. Jokes about politicians aside, I wouldn’t level that claim at Huckabee or even Kasich.

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          • sammyhains says:

            Very few candidates run for president to actually be president.
            Most know they have zero chance and do it for other reasons.

            Lindsey Graham is doing it to get his message about terrorism out. Of course the message is out now after Paris, so perhaps he can drop out now.

            Ben Carson is doing it because he wants to collect higher speaking fees and sell more books.

            Rick Santorum is doing it to get out of the house.

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            • lastConservinIllinois? says:

              I believe that (typically) they all do it because they are looking for a cabinet post or ambassadorship, and they (typically) are hoping to garner enough delegates to twist some arms to those ends.

              But with this not being a typical election season, I believe the spitter theory that we are watching play out is the explanation as to why they do it.
              Oh, and I’m sure being a splitter for the RNC pays really well.

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            • Raffaella says:

              Carly is doing it to get a cabinet position or be the VP. Rubio was hoping for VP before Jeb imploded. The same for Kasich. Most are doing it for national recognition so they can land TV position or for high speaking fees.

              The person who is damaging his image and might limit his future speaking fees and book sales is Carson. He needs to get out fast before it gets worst.

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              • sammyhains says:

                Rubio was not looking to be Jeb’s VP, or if he was, then he does not know the Constitution, which bars the President and Vice President from being from the same state.

                I don’t think candidates ever really run to be VP or for a cabinet post. They all would take either if offered, of course, but I think it is not as specific or as lofty as that – they do it simply to raise their profiles in general. They get exposure, and maybe can go on to be pundits or lobbyists, or get a cushy high-paying job entertaining clients at a Washington law firm, or get an agent and go on the public speaking circuit.

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          • yy4u says:

            Huckabee would have had a chance for the nomination in 2012 but he loyally stepped aside to make way for Mitt Romney thinking, I suspect, that he’d get the nod in 2016. And then along came Jebbush. If anybody should be royally frosted by being used YET AGAIN, it should be Mike Huckabee.

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      • Carolyn McD says:

        Thank you for this information about Rand’s opposition in Kentucky.

        I agree, I think Rand will stay in the race. I’m curious if Rand dislikes Ted Cruz. He’s obviously no fan of Rubio’s. Would Rand be willing to help Trump in Iowa? That’s my question. The Pauls have had a good ground operation in Iowa since at least 2012. Trump will need all the help he can get in Iowa because Cruz now has the momentum there.

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        • sammyhains says:

          Rand and Cruz are friends, but Cruz is a real opportunist who will sell out his friends to score political points, and I suspect Rand has picked up on that.

          For example, Rand Paul was against bringing in Syrian refugees from the very beginning. Ted Cruz was all for it, as we have seen here. Rand sponsored legislation to block any more refugees from coming in, and rather than signing on to Rand’s bill, Cruz is coming out with his own identical bill, just to provide himself political cover now, after being a bigtime cheerleader for bringing in refugees for the past couple years.

          But Rand is not going to give Trump any help. He been very Bobby Jindal-like in his attacks on Trump, though unlike most of the other candidates, Rand has given Donald Trump credit on being right regarding Syria and other areas where they agree.

          Most of the Republican candidates seem to agree with Hillary Clinton that we should impose no-fly zones over Iraqi and Syrian airspace where those governments have invited Russia to come and bomb ISIS, and we should start a war with Russia to protect ISIS from them. Does that make sense to anyone other than the GOPe and Hillary Clinton?

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          • John Galt says:

            “Does that make sense to anyone other than the GOPe and Hillary Clinton?”

            Probably makes sense to Sunni Clinton Foundation contributors.

            http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/clinton-foundation-tax-forms_564ae72be4b08cda348a6239

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          • Carolyn McD says:

            Well, Trump and Rand have golfed together, and Trump gave a donation to Rand’s eye charity. But Trump disparaged Rand in the first debate. And I think they have traded insults since.

            But Ted Cruz is a total pro-Israel fanatic and a foreign policy hawk. The Pauls aren’t like that. Rand cannot want Ted Cruz to be the nominee because he would campaign to the right of Hillary and make Hillary look reasonable! Hillary is a major hawk herself. Basically, there is no foreign policy space between her, Rubio and John McCain!

            If Rand himself can’t be the nominee, wouldn’t he rather have someone who isn’t going to try to start WWIII in the Middle East?

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            • sammyhains says:

              Except that he has said that he doesn’t trust Trump with the nuclear codes.

              Keep in mind that all politicians are opportunists. They are in it for their own advancement only. They may form ad hoc alliances, but it rarely has to do with actual policy. Their endorsements have a lot more to do with networking than ideology.

              8 years ago, Mike Huckabee had a real vendetta against Mitt Romney, almost certainly because of the Mormon thing. He released his caucus supporters to John McCain in West Virginia in order to prevent Romney from winning there. He took himself out of the running in doing so. It was a rare act of political sacrifice in support of an agenda. That just doesn’t happen usually, and I cannot see Rand Paul doing it, most certainly not to help Donald Trump.

              I think Rand Paul tries a bit too hard to ingratiate himself to the GOP Establishment, and he will likely follow their lead on what to do regarding endorsements.

              He will endorse Donald Trump only if the GOPe decides to get behind him when he wins the nomination. If the GOPe goes to war against their own nominee, expect Rand Paul to stand with them.

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              • LW says:

                No thats a false story that Mitt supporters started and everyone ran with the story.You needed to take 50% to win and since neither Ron Paul nor Mccain had enough votes, they gave theirs to Huckabee to stop Mitt. It is how a caucus works and it never had anything to do with Mitt being Morman.

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        • Athena the Warrior says:

          I read somewhere that Cruz was going after Paul supporters much in the way he goes after.Trump supporters.

          Another reason why I no longer like him. Go earn your own suporters.

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    • mad3703 says:

      Paul backs up Trump periodically and is quite capable of attacking Rubio and Cruz. Might be good to have him around awhile

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  11. angie says:

    One down, IMO, if the other low ranking candidates care more about the next President being a Republican, they’ll withdraw as well. Anyone under 10% needs to hit the road.

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  12. Athena the Warrior says:

    Remember when Trump said that good people were making bad decisions because of donors? I believe that he was talking about people like Jindal and Rand who could have found a place in his administration.

    Disloyalty is a major NO with Trump because a person can no longer be trusted.

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  13. sundance says:

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    • sammyhains says:

      How old is that data, though?
      I think a lot of it is probably no longer valid. Fiorina is very unlikely to benefit much at all at this point, same with Kasich. I think Carson peaked and is on the decline now, too. Of course when talking about Jindal’s support, you are talking about the universe of small numbers, so we may never be able to separate where his support went out from statistical noise.

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      • moogey says:

        Sammyhains, Bless your little heart. “How old is that data, though” ? Really? Seriously?

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        • sammyhains says:

          The data appears to be a couple months old.
          For one thing, it shows Scott Walker. For another, it has Fiorina at 16%.

          So I ask again, how old is that data, do you know?
          This kind of data has a very short shelf-life, and it seems to be expired here.

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          • Doug says:

            Given Jindals angle Id say cruz is biggest beneficiary.. carson would have been a coupld weeks ago but I think its all cruz now. Santorum and huckabee dont have a chance but since that support stuck with Jindal and he didnt either its possible those two garner that. regardless, its very small support. Only good thing is a small potential roadblock in Louisiana is removed.

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            • sammyhains says:

              I think that Huckabee and particularly Santorum are most likely to benefit, if anyone.
              Remember, Jindal’s support is indistinguishable from statistical noise, so no one is going to get a detectable bump from it.

              But, one thing you can take away from the miniscule support that Jindal’s no-chance campaign had is that his supporters DO NOT follow the crowd in any way.

              So if they are signing on with a no-chance like Jindal, then they are not going to be deterred from signing on with Santorum, simply because he has no chance himself.

              I think Santorum is closest to Jindal in his weird sort of evangelical Catholicism, for lack of a better way to describe it.

              Overall, however, I think “undecided” will get the bulk of Jindal’s support, because if these people couldn’t find a reason to leave him for another candidate by now, it is unlikely they are going to find another candidate.

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    • joshua says:

      how far does zero go split 5 ways?

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    • boutis says:

      They split his 3% or whatever it is? This may be important in early days but it is too late for that. Trump is approaching 40% before the holidays when a lot of the politic-ing will go quieter and it is really too late now especially with all of the world and domestic events continuing to break his way. Trump is being proven right almost every day and his support is hardening. Cruz and Rubio may be posturing to gain some of the anti-Trump support but I think events and timing is too late. The eGOP (and media) is so desperate that even Cruz who they hate is potentially acceptable for some reason. Cruz is no longer be portrayed as an ignorant evil hillbilly even. They are that scared of Trump.

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      • Athena the Warrior says:

        Glad I’m not the only one noticing how even Cruz haters are finding nice things to say about him just to split voters away from Trump.

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  14. Doodahdaze says:

    Bobby’s .04% will split. Between Cristy, Rubio, and Carson.

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  15. Doodahdaze says:

    Trump hops another Island. Remember. The target is Boooosh. Trump has no worries about the rest. Bypass em.

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  16. Paul Killinger says:

    I’m from Louisiana, and you’re not missing anything. Jindal’s final act as Governor was to raise taxes on working folks mercilessly!

    So now the gentleman can collect his TWO retirement checks (the other from the US House), and likely a third on SS if someone’s dumb enough to hire him.

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  17. dizzymissl says:

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    • Martin says:

      Get lost, Jindal.

      Liked by 7 people

    • czarowniczy says:

      “It’s not going to be Trump. It’ll be somebody else” Yo, Bobby, be gone.

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    • TheTorch says:

      So he did not endorse anyone, but can’t resist a snide remark before leaving the table…
      Says everything in a nutshell about Jindal’s disastrous campaign.

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      • Duchess says:

        Jindal has been so nasty. That comment to Christie in the kittty debate re ” juice box” was really bad. He is a snarky mean little man. Our good friends in Louisiana just loathe him.

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    • KBR says:

      The more determinedly they say it’s not going to be Trump, the more I think it is!

      Provided enough of the people who want to vote for Trump in the GE get out to vote in their primaries, that is.

      I was talking to an elderly lady who really likes Trump. She said she was going to vote for him. I asked if she was planning to vote in the primary. She said, “Oh, I’ve voted every election since I was old enough but I’ve never voted in a primary.” She’s 85.

      I think there may be a whole lot of people that don’t vote in the primaries, because they think the high polls are what gets a candidate nominated.

      I wish Trump would tell people to be sure to vote in the caucus, in the primary too.

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      • Summer says:

        My husband and I have never voted in the primaries, too. We are Independent. We will be voting for Trump this time. 🚂

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        • Check your state’s election laws, Summer. You may need to be a registered Republican to vote for Trump in your state’s Primary. Also, check the date of your state’s primary, if it has one, or its caucuses, if that’s how your state does it.

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      • NJF says:

        Yes, he needs to start getting that message out. Hopefully when they gather all those signatures that point is being made. Either way, he should still bring it up at the rallies b/c given the GOPes tactics thus far, who knows what changes they’ll attempt to make. There are already deadlines involved in registering for the primaries.

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        • Sentient says:

          For those who have never gone to a caucus, it’s really kind of fun. There are normal people plus weirdos (like the guy with the implausibly dark toupee’). You can make up resolutions and people vote on them. You can act like Phil Davison of the Village of Minerva, Ohio. I assume democrat caucuses are some kind of tie-dye lesbian orgy.

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    • Murse says:

      Only if it is stolen from Trump, or Trump does something to knock himself out.

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    • That sounds more like an answer to, “Who are you going to endorse, Sen. Jindal?”

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  18. czarowniczy says:

    Jindal….quit….Oh, you mean his national campaign? He quit Louisiana years ago, he’s just been picking up a check.

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  19. Justice_099 says:

    Apparently Jim Gilmore is still running, but everyone forgot. Including the SOS in Michigan. They forgot to put him on the primary ballot. lol

    http://ballot-access.org/2015/11/17/michigan-secretary-of-state-omits-jim-gilmore-from-republican-presidential-primary-ballot/

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  20. Jindal’s out? LOL He was MY bet for next to go after Perry and Walker.

    Now, let’s see… WHO will be next?

    Hmmm…

    IMA go with George Pataki. (no, he’s NOT the guy from Star Trek.. )

    He can’t even get a ticket for the buffet at the kiddie table, and doesn’t draw any significant support from Trump, which makes his value as a splitter practically nil. He will dropout next so that his donors can shift their support elsewhere.

    Prediction: Patakiis next and drops out before Jan 31st

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  21. feralcatsblog says:

    He still looks like a little vampire.

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  22. Betty says:

    Do you think the GOPe might have tried to get Governor Jindal to shut up about Syrian refugees, and he decided to suspend instead?

    I just read this over on H44:

    “Jeb Bush said he wouldn’t ban Syrian refugees from entering the U.S., separating himself from most Republican governors and his party’s presidential field as he pitched himself as the most experienced candidate running for the nomination.

    “The answer to this is not to ban people from coming,” Bush said Tuesday in an interview with Mark Halperin and John Heilemann for Bloomberg Politics’ With All Due Respect. “The answer is to lead, to resolve the problem in Syria.””

    http://www.hillaryis44.org/2015/11/16/koran-killers-the-exact-moment-hillary2016-lost-the-election/?u

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  23. screwauger says:

    Uncanny SD, just downright impressive. So glad to be hanging out here.

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  24. mjalbaine says:

    great job Sundance. Your predictions and work have been impressive. You are my #1 journalism/research choice. I go to you before Drudge and the rest.

    Fellow treehouse followers, I am from CT, a heavily oppressed state, perhaps the most with RI and Vermont as of now. I am young and incapable of leaving CT for a while due to the economy and finishing my master’s of education.

    I would respectfully ask any of you out there to help oppressed conservatives in CT like myself by quickly signing this petition: http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/no-refugees-in-ct/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=create_petition

    Dan Malloy is an asshole and the democrats have had political monopoly in the state for a long time now. Please help the beautiful state of CT not be consumed by the idiocy of the left and muslims.

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    • Murse says:

      I signed, but not sure about the ethics given I am not from CT. Nonetheless, you have my sympathy. I am not far from Lancaster PA, which the new Dem Governor, Wolf, is doubling down on sending Syrians there. It should be obvious to most Dems now that the Democratic party no longer represents their interests, if they ever have for that matter.

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      • mjalbaine says:

        Hey thank you so much man. Sorry to hear you’re dealing with the same in PA. I’ve just about had enough. I can’t leave CT now as I’m finishing my certification in teaching (just began the program) and obviously at my age, need a job first before I can really do anything.

        I agree 100% that Dems, Independants, Conservative/Republicans should all be able to unite on the same BIG issues that anyone with common sense would be outrage over (TPP, amnesty, common core, ISIS). Bernie supporters honestly confuse me because he has big donors and ideologically is not much different from Hillary and even GOPe when you look at them with a lens of truth.

        Thank you for signing man, I hope our states can be redeemed.

        And thank you sundance for liking my comment, you may have not noticed but I emailed you today and got a response back, I totally understand btw. Thank you for the great work you have been doing man, you are killing it. Special props on all the predictions and the coverage of the Bush plant during Trump’s Q&A with “No Labels” in NH. That was amazing man, I told my girlfriend about that (who has been slow to like Trump) and she was taken aback by the research.

        I know you’re busy with everything you prioritize, but as a reader might I suggest some sort of movement to force these idiot governors who are allowing refugees to stop betraying their people? I saw a poll on CT local news that had 89% vote NO to bringing in refugees. I am very worried for my state now, and this asshole Malloy has been burning it to the ground with the other crony politicians for decades (complete monopoly).

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    • Dee says:

      I’m also from CT mjalbaine. The petition would be a great idea of it would make any difference but it won’t. Not to Malloy. He’ll bring them here come hell or high water. He doesn’t care what the residents think. I live way too close to New Haven, one of the places they’ll be dumping them.

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    • PreNanny says:

      MJ look no further than Yale the stranglehold they have on New Haven and the state is the problem. It is New haven that is the main sanctuary city and where the vermin will be welcomed after welcoming thousands of South Americans.

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  25. Betty says:

    Ted Cruz has a descimating ad against Rubio. I just saw it, but I don’t know how to post anything. Unless it is on YouTube. Just a minute.

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    • sammyhains says:

      Technically not a Ted Cruz ad, but one from a Cruz-supporting “Super PAC.”

      BTW, did you know that Ted Cruz has gotten more Wall Street money than any candidate except for Jeb Bush? That’s right, he’s even gotten more Wall Street money than the Queen of Wall Street, herself, Hillary Clinton.

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        Hubs announced that tonight. (He’s always happy to scoop me, since it almost never happens!) The ad is effective, but tbh, it was Jeff Sessions, the mild, unassuming guy who never grandstands, who was key to that bill losing significant support. Sessions practically set his hair on fire to warn the public, VERY unlike him. I know I sat up, took notice,and started burning up the phone lines, even though in blue Maryland, it was merely a pro-forma protest.

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    • Justice_099 says:

      What’s with the weird “police lights” flashing around in the ad?

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    • behiker57w says:

      Wow. No mention that Cruz is a huge amnesty advocate as long as they can’t become voting citizens until Cruz’s career is over. No mention that Cruz wants to devastate American wages by quintupling the H-1B visas. No mention of the brave stand Cruz took with Obama to bring in 200,000 Syrian ‘refugees’ just a few months ago.

      Hillary is less bend-over-and-open-borders than Cruz. But the GOPe is going to sell the story that Cruz is the respectable anti-amnesty choice and voters have no one to tell them the truth. If Cruz were elected, he could stop pretending and you could expect him to make Obama look like Eisenhower.

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  26. Betty says:

    decimating

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  27. mazziflol says:

    Butthurt much?

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  28. TheTorch says:

    Correct me if I am wrong, but I don’t think Drudge has anything about Jindal and his exit from the race…

    Clearly made an impact then! 🙂

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  29. Doodahdaze says:

    It all depends. It depends on how compromised the FBI is. JMO.

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  30. edwatts1969 says:

    Jindal was never eligible, anyway!

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  31. Doodahdaze says:

    The Saudi Sheiks own FOX and Jebito.

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    • MVW says:

      Remember the Faux News Network cell phone scandal in Britain? In exchange for dropping the police bracelets destined for Rupert’s sons Rupert put a dog collar on Fox.

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      • sammyhains says:

        Fox News pimped for John McCain pretty hard 8 years ago. Then they pimped for Romney 4 years later, despite putting everything they had into trying to destroy him on behalf of John McCain the previous election.

        I’ll never understand the mentality that says we should go with the guy who wasn’t good enough to beat last cycles loser, and run him against the guy who beat the guy who beat him.

        But that’s Fox News for ya.

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  32. tz says:

    Except that I expect one of the obvious Cucks (especially Jeb) pushed to the Kiddie Table, Santorum?, yes Rand. His triangulation between establishment and his Father’s supporters has failed miserably. Neither really want to push him.

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  33. Betty Conerly says:

    Let’s just all listen to….the Rolling Stones…Gemme
    Shelter!!!

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  34. Summer says:

    Bye, Piyush, you will not be missed.

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  35. mpmp2015 says:

    Jindal jumped the shark once he went after Trump hard. It was a hail Mary pass to himself and he dropped the ball. I thought, like Christie, Jindal’s best cycle to run for president was in ’12. Back then, Jindal had a higher national profile and better favorability numbers. Once he was part of a larger group of politicians that also has similar track records and experiences, his candidacy didn’t look as attractive anymore. Then once Trump got into the race, Jindal was going nowhere and his poll numbers showed it. Instead of taking the Cruz strategy of not attacking Trump to get media attention, he did the opposite. He got 15 minutes of attention from the press, but sealed the fate of his doomed campaign.

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  36. RINOKiller says:

    Another TRUMPED!

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  37. shipley130 says:

    Computer hacking group is claiming they are going to start hacking state governors that are refusing “Syrian refugees”.

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